Bowtech Insanity CPXL Compound Bow
The BowTech Insanity CPXL compound bow is another of the bows released for the 2012 season and it has been fitted with the same features of the standard Insanity but has been loaded onto a larger frame. This compound bow has been designed for the larger framed shooter and the dimensions differ accordingly.
The bow is powered by the OverDrive Binary Cam System that eliminates cam lean problems, makes tuning easy and aids accuracy as a result. Hardcore limbs increase bow efficiency and are important factors towards the speed of the bow and the Center Pivot Extreme Technology (thus the CPX) works to prevent the shooter from torquing the bow upon release increasing accuracy even further.
To make the comparison of the CPXL to the standard Insanity CPX easier for you they have been placed side by side for you. The draw length of the CPXL ranges from 27.5” to 32” compared to the 25.5” to 30” of the CPX. The axle to axle length of the CPXL is 35” compared to 32” for the CPX. The brace height of the CPXL is longer to at 7” making it a more forgiving bow and the weight is slightly more at 4.4 lbs compared to 4.3 lbs.
The upshot of this is that the Insanity CPXL is a great variation for the larger hunter and although you lose a little bit of speed, the IBO is still impressively quick at 340.
Some of the other features that make the new Insanity CPX a flagship bow to be excited about include a forged riser, FLX-Guard, Octane factory strings, 2-piece wood grip and Carbon Rod string stop.
The bow is available in the standard Mossy Oak Treestand finish or are also available in Mossy Oak Infinity, Gore Optifade Forest or Open Country, Realtree APG HD and BlackOps. It is also possible to get target colors such as AnoRock Onyx and Inferno.
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Bow Features :
OverDrive Binary Cam System
Carbon Rod String Stop
Octane Factory Strings
2-Piece Wood Grip
BowTech Insanity CPXL Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 50, 60, 70, 80 lbs
Draw Lengths : 27.5-32"
Axle to Axle : 35"
Brace Height : 7"
Mass Weight : 4.4 lbs
Effective Let Off : 80%
IBO Speed : 340 fps
This bow was part of the 2014 line-up of compound bow releases. You can find the specifications of all bows released in 2014 here.
What they're saying in the forums about the BowTech Insanity CPXL
I finally got to shoot an Insanity CPXL at Baldy's Archery today. Wow this bow is fantastic, the weight feels great, the draw cycle is better than my Elite Pure, the wall is solid as a rock and the shot is dead in your hand. I really love my Destroyer, I mean really love that bow but I think this might have taken the lead and I only shot 15 20 arrows through it.
I bought one right when they came out. It's a great bow, the paint on the limbs does scratch a little easier than I would like it to, but I don't care what bow I buy, I'll figure out how to scratch it up a bit.
It is as accurate as bows can be, Accuracy has a lot more to do with tuning (the cpxl tunes up pretty nice, but due to the fact that it is a split limb bow, you do need to pay attention and make sure that your cams are not leaning before you go to tuning your bow)
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