Hoyt Superhawk and Powerhawk 2009

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Hoyt Superhawk and Powerhawk 2009

Postby Merv » Tue Sep 02, 2008 9:51 am

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Postby Oom Kalie Marie » Tue Sep 02, 2008 10:01 am

it looks like the reflex growler & ridgeline just with other cams & lamenated limbs :?
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Postby ludwig » Tue Sep 02, 2008 10:05 am

Vir Hoyt fans is dit seker lekker mid-to-entry-level boë, maar met 'n peak draw van 70# en IBO van 303 en 306 onderskeidelik is hulle nou nie juis speed bows nie. Sal moet sien wat hulle verkoopsprys hier gaan wees. As hulle onder R4000 gaan verkoop sal hulle goed vaar met ander boë in daai prysklas. Die review sê dat die Powerhawk en die huidige Reflex Growler basies identies is:

When reviewing the PowerHawk it is hard to miss the similarities between it and the Reflex Growler. In fact the bows are virtually identical. The Growler was introduced in 2006 when Reflex completely redesigned their bow line and received good reviews. In fact the Growler and PowerHawk are priced the same.


Die Superhawk is blykbaar 'n effense beefed-up weergawe van die Powerhawk. Weereens dink ek prys gaan bepaal hoe gewild hulle gaan wees.
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Postby SlowPoke » Wed Sep 03, 2008 1:31 pm

Yup. Ek hou van Hoyt maar hel ek wens daai fabriek wil ligter boee begin maak. Alles van 'n Hoyt hou ek van behalwe sys gewig.

Oor die twee Hawks. Ek sien hulle nie op Hoyt se site nie ?? :shock: Plus as ek die storie so kyk is Ludwig 100% reg - dis nie Hoyt se top end boog nie. Onthou ook dat Reflex is Hoyt, net die budget lyn so dis nie verbased dat hulle baie ooreenstem nie.
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Postby Wolverine » Thu Sep 04, 2008 7:28 am

Had a look at the Hawks yesterday. Will set one up and shoot a few arrows with it on Saterday. Will then give a more detailed feedback.
But from what I've seen it looks like a good buy. Will have the prices for you guys today.
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bye bye reflex

Postby bowmad » Thu Sep 04, 2008 7:30 pm

Rumor has it that the Reflex brand is being discontinued,that is why there are so many specials out there , you know dump them in Africa.Reflex is to become HOYT and HOYT is to become HOYT PRO SERIES.
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Postby Wolverine » Fri Sep 05, 2008 7:47 am

Reflex will just be sold under the Hoyt name from now on. They tweaked the bow somewhat to make it look different from the Reflex that's all.

For those shooting Reflex there is no need to panick.
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Postby Zeus » Fri Sep 05, 2008 7:53 am

Hi Wolf - Did you manage to get the prices on it?
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