View Full Version : Single Cam Vs. Hybrid Cams
04-05-2008, 11:58 AM
04-05-2008, 04:37 PM
I am a Mathews man so I only see one answer :)
Sorry mate I know that is not much help, but I have never owned a Hybrid Cam Bow such as a Hoyt I have a few mates with them and they seem happy enough. There is plenty of them around so they can not be too bad eh.
Having said that I have shot Mathews for a few years now and never have problems with timing or whatever, I just give it a birthday every now and then I put on a new string and cable and that is it.
Since there is no timing to be done on a single cam, a person that uses a single cam could never appreciate the benefits, YES benefits of being able to adjust the timing of a 2 cam system.
04-07-2008, 06:15 PM
Bowtech's Binary Cam system totally ties the two cams together. There is no need for timing adjustment because they cannot come out of balance. So you get all the speed with none of the headaches.
JMHO but if one of the strings stretches more than the others the timing is lost. Doesn't matter if it's a binary cam, dual cam, cam & half or CPS cam.
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