Bowtech prodigy ,This new cam feature uses a 3-position PowerDisc to shift the cable track slightly for three distinct draw cycles, shooting experiences and performance measurements. All three setups get to peak weight in the same distance.
To begin, So the beginning of the draw always feels the same. Firstly, Soon after the peak, however, the game changes. Secondly, Without changing draw length or draw weight, you can experience the difference of PowerShift Technology. Thirdly, through the feel of the draw cycle and the speed displayed on a chronograph.
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Firstly, The #3 Comfort setting provides the smoothest draw for those less focused on speed,. Secondly, while the #1 Performance setting presents the most aggressive draw cycle and fastest speeds. Thirdly, The #2 Classic setting is for bowhunters looking for the best of both worlds.
Moreover, In our testing, the speed change from one PowerDisc setting to the next was four feet per second. Further, However, that may not hold true for all draw lengths and weights. To sum up, PowerDisc changes can be made simply by removing a couple screws and sliding the disc to a new position. In conlcusion, No bow press is required.
Cam System: Overdrive Binary with PowerShift
Weight: 4.2 pounds (advertised); 4.3 pounds (as tested)
Brace Height: 7 inches
Axle-To-Axle length: 32 inches
Letoff: 80 percent
Draw Weights: 50, 60 and 70 pounds peak
Draw Lengths: 25-30€‰1„2 inches, in half-inch increments, rotating module
Riser: Center Pivot Extreme
Limbs: CarbonCore, split
String: Octane Factory, 452X, 60.5 inches
Cables (2x): Octane Factory, 452X, 35.3125 inches
Grip: One-piece, synthetic with ABS inlays
Finish: Mossy Oak Break-Up Country, Black Ops, Realtree Xtra Green and Gore Optifade Elevated II
Advertised IBO Speed: 343 fps
Suggested Retail Price: $1,099
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