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Old 02-01-2011, 02:10 PM   #1
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Default Carbon Matrix users that want a v-bar. Looky what I got by Doinker

Just got this off the brown truck and been playing with it most of the morning. It is their Platinum vbar for the Matrix. It is a good bit larger then the normal one but had to be because of the tube that is on the side of the riser. It has 3 different holes so that it can be used on a right or left handed Matrix or even a standard riser. I have it in the left hole in the photo and you can see there is plenty of room between the vbar and riser. The middle hole will work as well but I personally like it this way better.

I have the sidebars offset just a little in the photos just for the pics so you can see it better.

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Old 02-01-2011, 02:30 PM   #2
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Old 02-01-2011, 03:09 PM   #3
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awesum looking bow!
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Old 02-01-2011, 05:43 PM   #4
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do you know if its possible to get this setup with shorter vrods so I can use it in the hunter class.
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do you know if its possible to get this setup with shorter vrods so I can use it in the hunter class.
You can get the side bars in any length you want.
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I just realized why you and others were saying that the Matrix causes an issue....I could use a regular mount because I swing my side rod out to the side A LOT more. I thought you guys were going crazy
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Old 02-01-2011, 07:13 PM   #7
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Yeah. It is that one freakin' tube you see on the side of the riser. I was using a regular offset as well and had it kicked out some and it was fine. But I like the feel of running the sidebar straight back which I was unable to do with the regular mount.
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I think most people run theirs in closer to yours these days then out like mine. This weekend at LAS I looked at a ton of setups and other there were only a few people that run their bar out at the angle that I do.....Cousins, Reo and a few others. Most people can't handle or hold well with that much angle. But I have a bad wrist and when I pull it in tight my dot never stops moving and bouncing. I have tried sucking it in a trillion times and I always end up with it kicked out. I had a couple bows that like it kicked almost straight out to the side.
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I think most people run theirs in closer to yours these days then out like mine. This weekend at LAS I looked at a ton of setups and other there were only a few people that run their bar out at the angle that I do.....Cousins, Reo and a few others. Most people can't handle or hold well with that much angle. But I have a bad wrist and when I pull it in tight my dot never stops moving and bouncing. I have tried sucking it in a trillion times and I always end up with it kicked out. I had a couple bows that like it kicked almost straight out to the side.
I have noticed a few as well. Like you mentioned Dave as well as a few others. Braden used to now he has his tucked in. I tried it but for me, unless I use the full vbar setup, I just do not like it. Having the other bar seemed to help mine settle down quicker then just one, at that angle.
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