Hoyt Ultratec Compound Bow

Hoyt UltratecThe Hoyt Ultratec compound bow is a bow designed for the serious bow hunters who like to feel a sizeable bow in their hands. The bow was designed with a couple of different limbs used: the XT2000 limbs and the XT3000 limbs. There is a difference in performance and bow set up between the two limb choices and the specs below will reflect both configurations.

The Tec riser was used through a large range of Hoyt bows and was very successful in minimizing the twisting, flexing and recoil of the bow under tension. In other words the torque of the bow was reduced which helped the archer keep the bow aligned through each shot. The length of the bow helps to make the bow very accurate and a pleasure to shoot.

The cam systems that are available on the Ultratec are the Versa Cam & ½ system and the Excel cam & ½ system. The versatility of the Versa cam means that the bow will be adjustable over a wide range of lengths and this was the standard way in which Hoyt released their Ultratec bows due to the number of requests for the cam system.

For the sake of simplicity the Ultratec bows that are offered for sale on this page comprise both those with XT2000 limbs and XT3000 limbs.

The Ultratec remains one of the bows that many serious archers will turn to when they want a high quality compound bow that they can rely on.

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Bow Features

Hybrid Cam & ½ System
Tec Riser
Parallel Split Limbs

Hoyt Ultratec XT2000 Bow Specs

Draw Weights : 30-80 lbs
Draw Lengths : 25-31”
Axle to Axle : 37.5″
Brace Height : 7.0″
Mass Weight : 4.25 lbs
Effective Let Off : 65%
IBO Speed : 308 fps

Hoyt Ultratec XT3000 Bow Specs

Draw Weights : 30-80 lbs
Draw Lengths : 25-31”
Axle to Axle : 40.5″
Brace Height : 7.0″
Mass Weight : 4.25 lbs
Effective Let Off : 65%
IBO Speed : 298 fps

What they are saying in the forums about the Hoyt Ultratec

I think you'll find the UltraTec plenty forgiving enough for your use. The essential difference between the Ultratec and Protec is the amount of Reflex geometry found in the two bows, the UltraTec is slightly more radical, but having said that it really is a forgiving bow. Many of the worlds top archers are using the UltraTec very successfully, and also perhaps more importantly, many intermediate level arechers are using the Ultratec with excellent success also.


I've had 4 (still have and use 1) and all have been excellent. Good all-round field or target bow. Plenty of speed, especially with spiral cams, generous brace height, easy to tune (with spirals or cam & 1/2). 2005 model is my preference, although I haven't shot the 2006 versions - that said, the geometry of the two is identical, so there should be precious little difference between them.


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