Hoyt CRX 32 Compound Bow
The Hoyt CRX 32 compound bows has been designed to provide the hunter with a bow that is light and easy to handle yet sleek and powerful enough to deliver devastating force. The riser is a TEC Lite riser to cut down on weight and while it is lean it is also strong.
The Fuel Cam system powers the bow along with the XTS Pro ARC limbs and this is where the great speed of the bow is stored. As the name of the bow suggests this is the shorter of the two CRX setups at 32 inches axle-to-axle but the speed it is capable of producing is still well over the 300 feet per second mark.
The CRX has been designed as a hunting bow and everything about the bow suggests that it is capable of some tremendous power. It has been designed to withstand all types of weather and terrain situations provided by the integration of a lightweight frame and the shorter length of the bow.
Hoyt is also offering a Dangerous Game setup for the CRX 32 as well as the CRX 35. With this package the bow can be set up for hunting bigger game with extra heavy draw limbs, reinforced components, a wood grip as well as special graphics for the bow. The bow is also available in 80 and 90 pound options for greater stopping power.
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TEC Lite Riser
XTS Pro ARC limbs
Fuel Cam system
Pro-lock Pocket System
Perfect Balance Stabilization System
Hoyt CRX 32 Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 40-90lbs
Draw Lengths : 24.5-30”
Axle to Axle : 32″
Brace Height : 7”
Mass Weight : 3.95lbs
Effective Let Off : 65%
IBO Speed: 323 fps
What they are saying in the forums about the Hoyt CRX 32
I picked up the CRX32 and shot it. More vibration than I would expect.
He handed me the CRX 32 and told me to fire a couple and tell me what I think. First thing you notice is the offset stabilizer in the riser. I drew the bow and fired one into a bag at 3 yards and wow. I'm not sure I even heard the bow , just the arrow slapping the target. This bow is noticably quieter than the Maxxis. It is on par or even better than the Z7, which is very quiet. I think Hoyt made a great Bow (Maxxis) even better.
I visited a local shop this weekend and had the opportunity to do a side by side comparison of the Hoyt CRX32 and the Mathews Z-7 Extreme. This was the first time I have shot either bow and went into it with an open mind. Both bows were set at a comparable draw weight CRX32@60# and Z-7 Extreme@61#.
My first impressions when handling both bows was that the Z-7 Extreme felt more comfortable in my hand. Thinking about hunting from a ground blind and in tree stands, the compact 28" axle to axle length won me over. The CRX32 however was very light and had a great balance to it.(Z-7 seemed slightly top heavy). The CRX 32 was more stable and moved a lot less when I purposely introduced hand torque at full draw. I couldn't think of why Hoyt added the rubber coating on the riser shelf when considering all of the available arrow rests today. It seemed like an unnecessary addition to me.
The Hoyt CRX32 was a bit smoother on the draw cycle which was the only noticeable difference in the two bows. This factor seemed to put the CRX32 ahead in the race by a nose. That was until I did some further investigation. Keep in mind that I didn't have the opportunity to shoot using a chronograph. According to the Hoyt website the CRX32 is listed at shooting 323fps at its max draw weight of 90#! The CRX32 also has a shorter brace height and longer axle to axle length. Taking these factors into consideration and comparing the Z-7 Extreme's stats of shooting an approximate 330fps at a max 70# draw weight and a longer brace height of 7 and 3/8 inches and a shorter 28" axle to axle the Mathews Z-7 Extreme is a much more efficient bow "on paper."
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