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If you're going to buy ILF or DAS limbs, look at the TradTech R/C Carbon limbs. They're smooth and fast. The limb is all carbon with a maple core, no fiberglass. Very thin and light weight. I m very happy with these limbs.
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Thank you for info. Glad you are happy with your choice. 
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I have a pair of the carbon/wood as well. Good shooters for me and they took a lot of abuse. Skinny strings, dropped down the rocky hillside and left strung for months.
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i've read comments made that TT 2.0 limbs were just as good,I'll tell you, they're much nicer. I'm really pleased that I tried them.
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I have been thinking about a set of those for my right handed riser so I don't have to swap my limbs at the end of the year to hunt with.
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i've read comments made that TT 2.0 limbs were just as good,I'll tell you, they're much nicer. I'm really pleased that I tried them.


I kind of doubt that TT 2.0 are as good as the ones you have ( which are top of the line of Tradtech limbs ). I have TT 2.0 and they are good limbs, but since I have other limbs they are staying in their socks as back-up.
Performance wise maybe 6fps extra don’t say much, but feeling wise you know the difference - even if is just subjective.
Enjoy them! Jinkster loves them if I am remembering right.

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I kind of doubt that TT 2.0 are as good as the ones you have ( which are top of the line of Tradtech limbs ). I have TT 2.0 and they are good limbs, but since I have other limbs they are staying in their socks as back-up.
Performance wise maybe 6fps extra don’t say much, but feeling wise you know the difference - even if is just subjective.
Enjoy them! Jinkster loves them if I am remembering right.


The limbs without the glass is amazing thin and laterally stiff.

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I can imagine. I am shooting indoor the SF Velocity Pro (rebranded Win&Win n-Apecs) and are light compared with MK Vera or BF Extremes I own. These ones have no wood core - it helps with the weight even more - and are very smooth and stable. I wanted to get the Win&Win RCX-100 ( the ones you have now rebranded ) but they were not in the weight and lenght I wanted them in the clearance periode.
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