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    PSE Evoke 35

    Howdy folks, I'm at the point where I want to upgrade from my current compound to a PSE Evoke35.
    Curious to hear people's experience with these bows and any comments on the cam modifications that can be made ie SE or EC? Best let-off.
    I've shot one at my local range and I'm very impressed with it but considering my current bow is a 2016 PSE StingerX, I'm not surprised.
    Also trying to work out which bloody arrow rest and sight to go for, so opinions on those also please.
    Most usage is going to be for field archery with the odd 3D shoot and some hunting (rabbits, pigs, goat and maybe one day deer).
    Currently shooting 60lb and at my age, I think I should stick with that so I don't risk wrecking my shoulders.
    Basically I'm looking for the whole set up.
    The Stinger has served me very well but I think I'm at the point of stepping it up a notch now.
    Budget to 2k set up.
    Thanks in advance,
    Paul
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    I’m in the same boat, waiting on shipping so can’t help much.
    However the difference between the 2 cams is draw length related with the sc having a 25 inch up to 30.5 and a tad faster , the ec is 26.5 to 32 d length the se will take 2 mods hl and ll. Hl is80 to 90 let off and ll is 65 to 70 percent off and say 5 FPS faster
    The ec has the same options plus a fl mod 65 to 70 percent let off 8fps faster . I’d think from what I’ve picked up that if you’re a shortish draw you will get more speed out of a se cam than an ec with a fast mod. Down side is that the fl mod will loose you a 1/4 inch of draw...weight wise they will both be best near max poundage but both can be wound back near 20 pounds[10 turns at 2 odd pounds per turn]
    How long u see you’re arms getting lol
    Cheers mark
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    Oh the sc cams are smaller overall, that’s where the shorter draw length comes from

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