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Old 10-14-2010, 07:27 PM   #1
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Default 2011 Hoyt Bows, what do you think?

I'll Post the pics and then some specs
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Old 10-14-2010, 07:27 PM   #2
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Here's some more 2011 Hoyt Bow Pictures.
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Old 10-14-2010, 07:39 PM   #3
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how come they dont list the prices? lol

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Ok, I'm sure I missed something somewhere but why are the speeds listed like 320 fps (ATA) instead of 320 fps IBO?


It'll be interesting to see the prices when they come out too.
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Old 10-14-2010, 07:59 PM   #5
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The Element and Matrix plus looks like a 31 and 35 Carbon tube risered Maxxis

I do like the looks of the Alpha Elite though.
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Chris I dont know if you remember but back in 2006 when I got my Trykon XL you and I were talking and I said it would be cool if Hoyt came out with a parallel limb bow like the trykon but with a shoot thru riser now they finally did it.
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Chris I dont know if you remember but back in 2006 when I got my Trykon XL you and I were talking and I said it would be cool if Hoyt came out with a parallel limb bow like the trykon but with a shoot thru riser now they finally did it.
Alphamax shoot thru should make alot of guys happy.


I was hoping the Element would be lighter though.
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I'm really surprised they didn't come out with a real barn burner.

Alpha Elite looks cool though.
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Old 10-15-2010, 04:06 AM   #9
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The Alpha Elite is the bow i like best in the line up

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Old 10-15-2010, 05:09 AM   #10
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The Alphaburner is still on the menue for 2011.
ATA same rating as IBO.
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Alpha Elite is a little interesting.....

if it had a little more on the ATA it would of been a done deal, though I was hoping for a little more speed. We'll see what real world speeds are.
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The alpha elite looks promising but not really as impressed as I thought I would be. Another disappointing year from hoyt with reworked bows. Cheap limb pockets on the vantage now instead of the good ones that they had. Bet they saved alot of money this year. The green they show on the alpha looks horrible. So there is my feelings on the hoyts and Im a hoyt guy. Now to wait and see what bowtech has in store for their new target bow
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Alpha Elite is a little interesting.....

if it had a little more on the ATA it would of been a done deal, though I was hoping for a little more speed. We'll see what real world speeds are.

38" would be nice.
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The alpha elite looks promising but not really as impressed as I thought I would be. Another disappointing year from hoyt with reworked bows. Cheap limb pockets on the vantage now instead of the good ones that they had. Bet they saved alot of money this year. The green they show on the alpha looks horrible. So there is my feelings on the hoyts and Im a hoyt guy. Now to wait and see what bowtech has in store for their new target bow
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Looks like I'm sticking with my UltraTec and ProElite. They haven't come out with anything better yet.

That green really turns me off.
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The Elite looks like it would be my pick of the litter. I guess I'm old school, but I just don't like or trust the beyond parallel limb technology, besides they look like they would be a pain in the to press.
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The alpha elite looks promising but not really as impressed as I thought I would be. Another disappointing year from hoyt with reworked bows. Cheap limb pockets on the vantage now instead of the good ones that they had. Bet they saved alot of money this year. The green they show on the alpha looks horrible. So there is my feelings on the hoyts and Im a hoyt guy. Now to wait and see what bowtech has in store for their new target bow
What makes you think the limb pockets are are bad? Not to sound like an a$$ but you dont know what you are talking about when it comes to limb pockets. Apperently you havent ever shot even played with the new pockets. They are very tight and very well designed. By far the tightest pocket on the market. If they werent there wouldnt be so many people shooting and winning with these CHEAP HORRIBLE designs. LOL.
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What makes you think the limb pockets are are bad? Not to sound like an a$$ but you dont know what you are talking about when it comes to limb pockets. Apperently you havent ever shot even played with the new pockets. They are very tight and very well designed. By far the tightest pocket on the market. If they werent there wouldnt be so many people shooting and winning with these CHEAP HORRIBLE designs. LOL.
You obviously have no clue who you are talking to! What was won with these limb pockets? Last year almost all thier wins were with a vantage elite with the old limb pockets and even braden winning over seas with an old ultra elite bc he couldnt get his vantage to shoot for him yet. They obviously didnt change from the most consistant pocket ever made in an effort to make them better with a smaller part of alum and way less complicated of a tooling run. people wonder why the guys that pound the piss out of the x's all day long every day and make it thier lifes dont post online anymore. Take a look in the mirror
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You obviously have no clue who you are talking to! What was won with these limb pockets? Last year almost all thier wins were with a vantage elite with the old limb pockets and even braden winning over seas with an old ultra elite bc he couldnt get his vantage to shoot for him yet. They obviously didnt change from the most consistant pocket ever made in an effort to make them better with a smaller part of alum and way less complicated of a tooling run. people wonder why the guys that pound the piss out of the x's all day long every day and make it thier lifes dont post online anymore. Take a look in the mirror
All I can tell you is I dont have to look in the mirror. Not trying to get in a pissing match with you but I have talked with and shot with some of the best Archers out there. They like the new pocket system other than switching limbs around. The pockets are so tight that its hard to get the limbs out. You state that Braden couldnt get his Vantage to shoot for him last season. One is the vantage had the old style pocket on it and 2 is Braden didnt shoot for Hoyt last season.
Im not saying that the old limb pocket doesnt work but the new pocket works just as well as the old one. I for one wasnt happy about the pocket system at first but once I got to playing around with it and shooting it, I couldnt see any differences in it. In my opinion this pocket is as tight and shoots just as well as the old style did.
It just bugs me when people start the bow bashing on a public forum. Sounds alot like AT.
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i would go with the alpha elite but not worth the money new ill stick with ultra tec hasnt failed me yet and its not a dollar out of my pocket i just dont relize the point of buying a new bow every year ok congrats you got a new bow and a hole in your pocket just saying
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Looks like I'm sticking with my UltraTec and ProElite. They haven't come out with anything better yet.

That green really turns me off.


I kind of like that green

And sense I can't shoot good enough to notice a difference in limb pockets...I rely on color.
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You obviously have no clue who you are talking to! What was won with these limb pockets? Last year almost all thier wins were with a vantage elite with the old limb pockets and even braden winning over seas with an old ultra elite bc he couldnt get his vantage to shoot for him yet. They obviously didnt change from the most consistant pocket ever made in an effort to make them better with a smaller part of alum and way less complicated of a tooling run. people wonder why the guys that pound the piss out of the x's all day long every day and make it thier lifes dont post online anymore. Take a look in the mirror
That could be a double edged sword for sure....

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It should me mandatory for forums to fill their full name out! That way there is some accountablity whey they post and comment! And make sure some of your facts are straight!
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