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  • xlr 09 or 10 which to get?

    I have a 27 inch draw and I was just wondering if I would have problems with creep with the new cams in 2010 with mods? which one would you go with mods or cam specific? Thanks Tim

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    I like the 09 cams better I don't like the DL mods just my .02!! Many say the 10 are better but I like having less parts to come loose.
    09/10 Elite GT500 Ninja aka
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    • #3
      Do 2010 Cuda cams have draw modules on too ???

      I didn't know that.

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      • #4
        I should have said that on the XLR anything less than 29" has the Cuda cam not the Rev cam, but you know that right?

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        • #5
          As above, you will need cuda cams for an XLR. I've not seen modular cudas yet. By the way, I shoot and XLR with cudas for targets and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it!!!! It's not really much more aggressive than the rev cams on my GT500.
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          • #6
            This means a used '09 XLR with cudas is IDENTICAL to a '10 with cudas, except for the PRICE!!!!!!!! Do note, that you have to change string and cables to switch from REV to CUDA cams, so it is about a break even proposition to buy a used XLR with REV's and change string, cables and cams to fit your draw length vs. buying a new XLR. However, if you can find a used XLR with CUDA cams, you can save a bunch.
            Pure X 2
            XLR (gone to a better place)
            GT500 (gone to a better place)

            Adopt a Greyhound & you'll have a fast friend forever http://www.keystonegreys.org/

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            • #7
              Thanks

              Thanks guys for the info very helpful I love my gt 500 and I know I will love my xlr too!

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              • #8
                XLR is a shooting machine - at least mine is turning out that way, I never knew I was capable of shooting as well as I am right now with mine, great bow.

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                • #9
                  I am excited

                  Originally posted by RageBlood View Post
                  XLR is a shooting machine - at least mine is turning out that way, I never knew I was capable of shooting as well as I am right now with mine, great bow.
                  My gt 500 is a shooter too I shot it at our state indoor 3-d and placed 5th which is good for me I can't wait to get my hands on that xlr

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