I'm confused as you told me differently when I got my strings from you...I have that they are the same. The only diference is with the DS420 because they still use the 130 lbs limbs so, the cables are shorter than the 380's. But since the GR edition uses the 150 lbs Barnsdale limbs there's no need to shorten anything to achieve the higher speed.
This is what I was told by someone who knows basically everything about Scorpyd.I have that they are the same. The only diference is with the DS420 because they still use the 130 lbs limbs so, the cables are shorter than the 380's. But since the GR edition uses the 150 lbs Barnsdale limbs there's no need to shorten anything to achieve the higher speed.
Yes, I was mistaken... i was thinking the 420 at the time...sorry... it can get confusing sometimes trying to remember all the specs for all the bows I build for.This is what I was told by someone who knows basically everything about Scorpyd.
If you want Marty to build you a string/cables make sure he has the correct measurements because the Grims are different than what he knows.
South Shore Archery reserves your original string for $15. Rogue I believe will reserve it for free because they are Rogue products.
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2017-2018 Deathstalker 380 (130#, 115#, 100# limbs), and 2018 Deathstalker 150# Grim Reaper Edition.
String - 43 3/8"
Cables - 17 1/4"
2018-2019 Deathstalker 400/420, 2019 lower poundage Deathstalkers limbs with the narrower ATA like the 400/420.
String - 43 3/8"
Cables - 16 5/16"
My GRE measures 5/16" from the inside of the limb to the center of the hole. Or, 1/4" to the close edge of the hole, and 3/8" too the far edge of the hole.
- 17 1/2" AXLE TO AXLE UNCOCKED
- 10 3/4" AXLE TO AXLE COCKED
The Grim Reaper Edition uses the Barnsdale Limbs, and they are 1/2" thick at the tips.
The Deathstalker 380 has the same ATA, uses the Gordon Glass BP limbs, and are only 3/8" thick at the tips. The center of the timing hole is 3/8" from the inside of the limb on the 380.
The DS 400/420 is a whole different animal.
How far the timing holes are from the limbs don't really mean squat IMO. The best way to get everything set right is by using a chrono. Shoot adjust, repeat until you find the sweet spot. Everything really depends on the cables, strings, cams, limbs, limb pockets, axles, finish on the limbs, finish in the limb pockets, finish on the cams, riser and where the string latches when cocked, etc... They aren't all exactly the same. Close maybe but not the same. Time consuming yes but the best way I think.Mim - anyway you can measure the thickness your GR limb tips with a set of calipers?
I had to make a change on my DS380 so I sent my limbs and Gen 4 cams in to Scorpyd. I got back what looks like heavier limbs and Gen 7 cams.
Per Ventilator’s limb statement - DS380 limbs should be Gordon Glass with 3/8” thick tips, mine are .466” thick so I’m taking a wild guess that they are the 1/2” thick Barnsdale.
I reserved the center on my original Rouge string and put it and the Rogue cables back on and I had to add a lot of twists back in the cables to get my 3/8” limb to timing hole back. But the ATA shrunk down to 17 1/4” - about an 1/4” too short.
I’m not sure if I untwist the cables back to a 5/16” timing hole to the limb face like the GR what I’ll have.