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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullzeyex View Post
    I have been shooting single cams for several years, how do these elite binary cams draw vs. my 05' Switchback? Anyone shot the switchback vs. an elite?

    My dad always said the only dumb question is a question not asked..

    In my opinion the the draw cycle is totally different on a switchback in comparison to any Binary cam bow. The draw cycle is stiffer on the Synergy but I have become quite comfortable with the back wall on this bow and the speed is not even comparable from a single cam to the binary. If you have shot nothing but single cams in the past few years then you will most likely have to give it 1 -2 weeks of becomiing comfortable but after that I doubt that you will miss your switchback.

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    Welcome aboard Slam.Nice to see people making the move to this forum from A.T.I agree with your assesment of single cams versus binary too.It just takes some getting use to but the performance gain is hard to beat.Did you kill a good one in Illinois yet?

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    Good to see you around GSLAM... and you too TX10point.....

    L-Train's been working me over on the GTO.... well... feeding my interest is more like it.

    Great looking bow with just STUPID specs. You did some FINE work this year Kevin and gang!

    -ZA


    Quote Originally Posted by GSLAM95 View Post
    My dad always said the only dumb question is a question not asked..

    In my opinion the the draw cycle is totally different on a switchback in comparison to any Binary cam bow. The draw cycle is stiffer on the Synergy but I have become quite comfortable with the back wall on this bow and the speed is not even comparable from a single cam to the binary. If you have shot nothing but single cams in the past few years then you will most likely have to give it 1 -2 weeks of becomiing comfortable but after that I doubt that you will miss your switchback.

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    Thanks guys. Can't wait to go shoot em'.

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    Talking GTO expected speeds?

    Brad or Kevin,

    What would you expect a GTO speed at 28" draw with 70# limbs to be?

    Thanks in advance.

    BPONB

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    AT GTO here I come.......Now if my wife dosent read this!

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    Is the draw length adjustable with mods similar to my envy?
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    The adjustment will not be like the Envy, they will have individual mods for different legths.
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    So to clear any misunderstanding, this bow will be the person's AMO DL at 80% let off with a nice valley and hard wall right from the factory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bponb View Post
    Brad or Kevin,

    What would you expect a GTO speed at 28" draw with 70# limbs to be?

    Thanks in advance.

    BPONB

    I sent Kevin a PM asking about the difference in Speed/KE for a GTO @ 28" DL, 60# vs 70# limbs, with arrows weighing 300 gr. to 400 gr. He said he would do it when he goes back to work Tue or Wed.

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