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    2014 Hoyt bows.

    Whats everyone think about the new bows? Hoyt Carbon Spyder and the Faktor.
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    They look Sweet!!
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    Yeah, definitely interested in the Carbon Spyder, just don't know if I want to give up my Spyder turbo. I love that bow way to much.lol
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    def looking into getting the faktor even tho i just bought the charger this year....looks the like the charger will go to a back up bow...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NickB View Post
    Whats everyone think about the new bows? Hoyt Carbon Spyder and the Faktor.
    I'm thinking I'll look at the carbon spyder turbo next time I'm in the shop! Can a person ever have too many bows? lol
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    I have the spyder turbo and absolutely love it. I think the Hoyts are the best bows on the market. The new Carbon Spyder and the Faktor are awesome looking but also have some new technology. If I were to buy a new bow this year it would be the Carbon Spyder or the Faktor Turbo.
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    Hoyt definitely did it right. It was about time that they came out with a bow that has a wide degree of adjustments in the Ignite. Carbon Spyder and Faktor are sick too.
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    Gunna look at the carbon spyder turbo, i was always hoping that hoyt would come out with a carbon turbo edition with a bit longer ata. And to me the matrix was too long. The 33" ata i think would be perfect, pretty slick looking bow also! I love my 2012 carbon element rkt and im not looking to replace it, but since i sold my back up bow ( alpha max 32 )and i got all the accesories to complete another setup, im actually considering the carbon spyder turbo. I would not let the rkt collect dust somewhere, its to sweet of a bow for that, thats for sure. Id use both bows, have one set up for treestand hunting the other for the mountains
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    Quote Originally Posted by FullTimeKiller View Post
    Gunna look at the carbon spyder turbo, i was always hoping that hoyt would come out with a carbon turbo edition with a bit longer ata. And to me the matrix was too long. The 33" ata i think would be perfect, pretty slick looking bow also! I love my 2012 carbon element rkt and im not looking to replace it, but since i sold my back up bow ( alpha max 32 )and i got all the accesories to complete another setup, im actually considering the carbon spyder turbo. I would not let the rkt collect dust somewhere, its to sweet of a bow for that, thats for sure. Id use both bows, have one set up for treestand hunting the other for the mountains
    Sounds like a plan! I havebeen thinking Hoyt would come out with a carbon version of the spyder turbo just because the other companies like PSE and Bowtech are starting to run away with the market with speed bows and the gap was getting way to wide. The ones I've shot sure weren't as comfortable as a Hoyt or Mathews but speed sells bows these days.
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    I definitely agree that they look awesome. Know I have to figure out some way to shoot them.
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    I would love to shoot the new carbon spyder! Hoyt is really coming out with some good stuff it looks like, the proof is in the pudding as they say! I am sure they will all be awesome though!

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    To be honest I'm not all that impressed as far as any technology leap is concerned. I wasn't a huge fan of the Spyder, they were kinda hit or miss. The new line just looks a little more flashy than last years bows. With that being said I would be all over either one of these if I wasn't already in deep doo doo with the old lady. The Carbon Spyder is eye candy and I'm really interested in the Faktor. The things I would do for one of those Pro Edge Elites...

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    what is so special about the hoyt brand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by navy_bowhunter View Post
    what is so special about the hoyt brand?
    The same thing that is "special" about everyone elses preferred brand of bow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoveyMaster View Post
    The same thing that is "special" about everyone elses preferred brand of bow.
    I don't know anything about Hoyt reason I was asking.

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