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    I have owned a couple and they are no doubt in my top 3 bows. I am shooting the Helim this year and will say my groups are just as good as they are with the Elements. It all comes down to personal preference with lots of good choices today. What I do like about the Helim over the Element is price,draw cycle and less side torque on the cables, everything else would be a wash for me.

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    Well if the rkt cam is any similar to the fuel cams it will be the last bow I touch. Harsh was all that draw was. The rkt really resembles the fuel so I am concerned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by velvetfvr View Post
    Well if the rkt cam is any similar to the fuel cams it will be the last bow I touch. Harsh was all that draw was. The rkt really resembles the fuel so I am concerned.
    They are stiffer up front than the fuel cams IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ontarget7 View Post
    They are stiffer up front than the fuel cams IMO.
    How was the backwall? The fuel cam I shot would just go at full draw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by velvetfvr View Post
    How was the backwall? The fuel cam I shot would just go at full draw.
    They do lock in better at full draw than the fuel cams but are a little stiffer to draw up front

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    Quote Originally Posted by ontarget7 View Post
    They do lock in better at full draw than the fuel cams but are a little stiffer to draw up front
    Ok, that makes me feel better and if I go to a Hoyt I will hopefully have a better shooting bow that won't want to take off.
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