2017 Technical Manual

2017 Technical Manual
2017 Technical Manual
TUNING AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION
OPTION 6, OPTION 7, TEMPO, EMERGE, IMPRESSION, REVOL
IMPULSE 31, IMPULSE 34, ENERGY 35, VICTORY, VICTORY 37
DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY: Elite Outdoors LLC (“Elite Archery”) is not liable
for any personal injury, death, or property damage that may result from your
use of this bow. By using this product, the user assumes all risks of property
damage, death, or injury to yourself and others that may arise from its use. By
using this product, the Buyer also agrees to hold Elite Archery harmless and
indemnify Elite Archery for any personal injury, death, or property damage that
may result, for any reason, from the use of this product. Use of this product
binds the user to the terms and provisions of this disclaimer of liability.
Please read the following safety information before using your bow. Failure
to follow these warnings may cause serious injury or death to yourself or to
others and may cause damage to your bow.
WARNING: Elite bows must be pressed only in approved bow presses.
Please visit elitearchery.com for list of the presses.
Elite bows should be serviced by qualified Elite Archery Dealers.
1. Always Remember Safety is Your Highest Priority. Make sure you are
properly trained in the use of your bow before using it unless you are using the
bow under the supervision of a qualified instructor. Failure to receive proper
instruction for the use of your bow can result in serious injury or death. Wear
safety glasses when working on or shooting your bow. Please note the location
of others when using your bow. Keep out of the reach of children unless under
adult supervision. Do not run while carrying arrows. Never draw, aim, or
fire your bow in the direction of another person, and never shoot an arrow
straight up.
2. Do Not Permanently Remove the Draw Stop Post. Elite recommends that
you only shoot an arrow if the point of the arrow is at least 2 inches past the
shelf of the bow. The use of an overdraw that allows a shooter to draw the
point of the arrow past the shelf of the bow significantly increases the risk
of injury to the shooter. The Draw Stop Post is used to ensure that you do not
overdraw your bow. Do not permanently remove the Draw Stop Post as this
can cause bodily injury or death and will void any warranties for this product.
3. Carefully Inspect Your Bow Before Each Use. Carefully note the condition
of the bow before you shoot. Replace all frayed bowstrings. Report damaged
cams, risers, limbs, or other parts of your bow to your local dealer for
inspection or replacement. Using a damaged bow may result in serious injury
or additional damage to the bow.
4. Inspect All Arrows. Before shooting, inspect your arrows for defects and
discard cracked, splintered, or dented shafts. Never assume any arrow is
safe, even a new arrow. To inspect an arrow, grasp it on both ends and flex
it away from yourself and others with a deflection of 1 to 2 inches while
visibly and audibly checking for splinters, cracks, or nicks. Visually inspect
the entire arrow (including the nock) and never shoot a damaged arrow as
this can cause serious damage to your bow and may injure the shooter or
others nearby. Also, a cracked nock can break when fired and cause the bow
to dry-fire.
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5. Replacement or Installation of Parts. We recommend replacement or
installation of any item on your bow (such as a stabilizer, bow string, etc.)
by a local dealer properly qualified and trained to install such part(s). Use
of your bow after faulty installation of a component part may cause personal
injury or damage to your bow. It is strictly the responsibility of the user to
assure that your bow is used correctly.
6. Never Dry-fire Your Bow. Dry firing means to draw and release the
bowstring without an arrow on the string. This can cause severe damage to
your bow and possible injury to yourself or others. Let down the bow slowly and
carefully from any drawn position. Never draw a bow that does not fit your size
or strength. Damage caused by dry-fire will not be covered under warranty. If,
however, you dry-fire your bow for any reason, please inspect it for damage,
cracking, or splintering and replace any damaged parts. Also, make sure your
arrow’s nock is properly on the string before firing your bow as an improperly
nocked arrow may cause your bow to dry-fire.
7. Minimum Arrow Weight. Shooting underweight arrows has the same effect
as dry-firing a bow and can cause serious injury. Do not use an arrow that is
less than 5 grains per pound of bow draw weight.
8. Types of Arrows. Do not use wooden or fiberglass arrows. They are not
designed for use with this bow and may cause serious injury.
9. Never Expose Your Bow to Extreme Heat or Prolonged Moisture. Excessive
heat, such as a sunny day inside a closed vehicle, may cause component
failure. Store the bow properly when not in use. Damage caused by extreme
exposure will not be covered under warranty.
10. Be Sure of Your Backstop. Since an arrow can travel a great distance,
make sure that your backstop is large enough to catch a stray arrow and that
it is thick enough to fully stop the arrow. Make sure to position your backstop
in a safe direction away from people, livestock, buildings, and roads.
11. Be Sure of Your Target. Always be aware of the location of other people.
Hunters often wear camouflage and can be difficult to identify. Never aim
at anything you do not intend to shoot and never draw or shoot when anyone
is between you and your target. Also make sure that there are no people,
livestock, buildings, roads, or other objects behind or near your target. Be
absolutely sure of your target when shooting in low light conditions.
12. Never Modify Your Bow. Never modify any part of the bow or its components.
This voids any and all warranties for your bow and may cause safety risks.
13. Read and Heed All Warnings. Always read the warning labels of any
other product being used in conjunction with this bow and adhere to those
safety guidelines.
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OPTION 6
Axle-axle 32” +/- .125”
Brace
6” +/- .125”
String
58 5/8”
Cable37”
Centershot 3/4” - 13/16”
Peak WTS 50, 60, 65, 70, 80
mass weight 4.3 lbs
OP Cam
OP Mod
IBO Speed Rating
#70 350 grain arrow
#1 – 30”
342 fps
#2 – 29.5”
337 fps
#3 – 29”
332 fps
#4 – 28.5”
327 fps
#5 – 28”
322 fps
#6 – 27.5”
317 fps
#7 – 27”
312 fps
#8 – 26.5”
307 fps
#9 – 26”
302 fps
Deduct 2-3 fps from rating for #60 peak weight (300 grain arrow)
This product may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign pending or issued patents. For details, go to http://www.elitearchery.com/patents
(877) 503-5483 • www.elitearchery.com
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OPTION 7
Axle-axle 32” +/- .125”
Brace
7” +/- .125”
String
58 5/8”
Cable37”
Centershot 3/4” - 13/16”
Peak WTS 50, 60, 65, 70, 80
mass weight 4.3 lbs
OP Cam
OP Mod
IBO Speed Rating
#70 350 grain arrow
#1 – 31”
342 fps
#2 – 30.5”
337 fps
#3 – 30”
332 fps
#4 – 29.5”
327 fps
#5 – 29”
322 fps
#6 – 28.5”
317 fps
#7 – 28”
312 fps
#8 – 27.5”
307 fps
#9 – 27”
302 fps
Deduct 2-3 fps from rating for #60 peak weight (300 grain arrow)
This product may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign pending or issued patents. For details, go to http://www.elitearchery.com/patents
(877) 503-5483 • www.elitearchery.com
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TEMPO
Axle-axle 34” +/- .125”
Brace
7 1/4” +/- .125”
String
60 3/8”
Cable39”
Centershot 3/4” - 13/16”
Peak WTS 50, 60, 65, 70, 80
mass weight 4.4 lbs
IM 34 Cam
IM34 Mod
IBO Speed Rating
#70 350 grain arrow
#1 – 32”
345 fps
#2 – 31.5”
340 fps
#3 – 31”
335 fps
#4 – 30.5”
330 fps
#5 – 30”
325 fps
#6 – 29.5”
320 fps
#7 – 29”
315 fps
#8 – 28.5”
310 fps
#9 – 28”
305 fps
Deduct 2-3 fps from rating for #60 peak weight (300 grain arrow)
This product may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign pending or issued patents. For details, go to http://www.elitearchery.com/patents
(877) 503-5483 • www.elitearchery.com
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EMERGE
Axle-axle 31 7/8” +/- .125”
Brace
7” +/- .125”
String
51 1/2”
Cable
36 5/8”
Centershot 3/4” - 13/16”
Peak WTS 30, 40, 45, 50, 60
mass weight 4.1 lbs
SP Cam
SP Mod
Speed Rating
#60 300 grain arrow
#1 – 28”
305 fps
#2 – 27.5”
300 fps
#3 – 27”
295 fps
#4 – 26.5”
290 fps
#5 – 26”
285 fps
#6 – 25.5”
280 fps
#7 – 25”
275 fps
#8 – 24.5”
270 fps
#9 – 24”
265 fps
Deduct 2-3 fps from rating for #50 peak weight (250 grain arrow)
This product may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign pending or issued patents. For details, go to http://www.elitearchery.com/patents
(877) 503-5483 • www.elitearchery.com
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IMPRESSION
Axle-axle 31 7/8” +/- .125”
Brace
7” +/- .125”
String
51 1/2”
Cable
36 5/8”
Centershot 3/4” - 13/16”
Peak WTS 30, 40, 45, 50, 60
mass weight 4.1 lbs
SP Cam
SP Mod
Speed Rating
#60 300 grain arrow
#1 – 28”
305 fps
#2 – 27.5”
300 fps
#3 – 27”
295 fps
#4 – 26.5”
290 fps
#5 – 26”
285 fps
#6 – 25.5”
280 fps
#7 – 25”
275 fps
#8 – 24.5”
270 fps
#9 – 24”
265 fps
Deduct 2-3 fps from rating for #50 peak weight (250 grain arrow)
This product may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign pending or issued patents. For details, go to http://www.elitearchery.com/patents
(877) 503-5483 • www.elitearchery.com
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REVOL
Axle-axle 35 1/8” +/- .125”
Brace
7” +/- .125”
String
59 3/4”
Cable
39 1/2”
Centershot 13/16” - 7/8”
Peak WTS 50, 60, 65, 70, 80
mass weight 4.3 lbs
Revol Cam
Revol Mod
IBO Speed Rating
#70 350 grain arrow
#1 – 31”
343 fps
#2 – 30.5”
338 fps
#3 – 30”
333 fps
#4 – 29.5”
328 fps
#5 – 29”
323 fps
#6 – 28.5”
318 fps
#7 – 28”
313 fps
#8 – 27.5”
308 fps
#9 – 27”
303 fps
#10 - 26.5”
298 fps
#11 - 26”
293 fps
Deduct 2-3 fps from rating for #60 peak weight (300 grain arrow)
This product may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign pending or issued patents. For details, go to http://www.elitearchery.com/patents
(877) 503-5483 • www.elitearchery.com
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IMPULSE 31
Axle-axle 31” +/- .125”
Brace
6” +/- .125”
String57”
Cable35 7/8”
Centershot 3/4” - 13/16”
Peak WTS 40, 50, 60, 65, 70, 80
mass weight 4.2 lbs
IM 31 Cam
IM31 Mod
IBO Speed Rating
#70 350 grain arrow
#1 – 30”
340 fps
#2 – 29.5”
335 fps
#3 – 29”
330 fps
#4 – 28.5”
325 fps
#5 – 28”
320 fps
#6 – 27.5”
315 fps
#7 – 27”
310 fps
#8 – 26.5”
305 fps
#9 – 26”
300 fps
Deduct 2-3 fps from rating for #60 peak weight (300 grain arrow)
This product may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign pending or issued patents. For details, go to http://www.elitearchery.com/patents
(877) 503-5483 • www.elitearchery.com
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IMPULSE 34
Axle-axle 34” +/- .125”
Brace
6” +/- .125”
String60 3/8”
Cable38 15/16”
Centershot 3/4” - 13/16”
Peak WTS 40, 50, 60, 65, 70, 80
mass weight 4.4 lbs
IM34 Cam
IM34 Mod
IBO Speed Rating
#70 350 grain arrow
#1 – 31”
347 fps
#2 – 30.5”
342 fps
#3 – 30”
337 fps
#4 – 29.5”
332 fps
#5 – 29”
327 fps
#6 – 28.5”
322 fps
#7 – 28”
317 fps
#8 – 27.5”
312 fps
#9 – 27”
307 fps
Deduct 2-3 fps from rating for #60 peak weight (300 grain arrow)
This product may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign pending or issued patents. For details, go to http://www.elitearchery.com/patents
(877) 503-5483 • www.elitearchery.com
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ENERGY 35
Axle-axle 34 3/4” +/- .125”
Brace
7” +/- .125”
String
57 1/4”
Cable
39 3/4”
Centershot 3/4” - 13/16”
Peak WTS 40, 50, 60, 65, 70
mass weight 4.5 lbs
ENERGY Cam
EN Mod
IBO Speed Rating
#70 350 grain arrow
#1 – 31”
334 fps
#2 – 30.5”
331 fps
#3 – 30”
327 fps
#4 – 29.5”
322 fps
#5 – 29”
317 fps
#6 – 28.5”
312 fps
#7 – 28”
307 fps
#8 – 27.5”
302 fps
#9 – 27”
297 fps
Deduct 2-3 fps from rating for #60 peak weight (300 grain arrow)
This product may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign pending or issued patents. For details, go to http://www.elitearchery.com/patents
(877) 503-5483 • www.elitearchery.com
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ENERGY 35
SMALL BASE CAMS
Axle-axle 34 3/4” +/- .125”
Brace
7” +/- .125”
String
54 1/2”
Cable39”
Centershot 3/4” - 13/16”
Peak WTS 40, 50, 60, 65, 70
mass weight 4.5 lbs
ENS Cam
ENS Mod
IBO Speed Rating
#70 350 grain arrow
#10 – 26.5”
293 fps
#11 – 26”
288 fps
#12 – 25.5”
283 fps
#13 – 25”
278 fps
#14 – 24.5”
273 fps
Deduct 2-3 fps from rating for #60 peak weight (300 grain arrow)
This product may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign pending or issued patents. For details, go to http://www.elitearchery.com/patents
(877) 503-5483 • www.elitearchery.com
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VICTORY
Axle-axle 39” +/- .125”
Brace
7” +/- .125”
String
63 1/8”
Cable
44 5/8”
Centershot 3/4” - 13/16”
Peak WTS 40, 50, 60, 65, 70
mass weight 4.5 lbs
VICTORY Cam
V Mod
IBO Speed Rating
#70 350 grain arrow
#1 – 32”
340 fps
#2 – 31.5”
334 fps
#3 – 31”
330 fps
#4 – 30.5”
327 fps
#5 – 30”
322 fps
#6 – 29.5”
317 fps
#7 – 29”
312 fps
#8 – 28.5”
307 fps
#9 – 28”
302 fps
Deduct 2-3 fps from rating for #60 peak weight (300 grain arrow)
This product may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign pending or issued patents. For details, go to http://www.elitearchery.com/patents
(877) 503-5483 • www.elitearchery.com
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VICTORY
SMALL BASE CAMS
Axle-axle 39” +/- .125”
Brace
7” +/- .125”
String
59 13/16”
Cable
44 1/8”
Centershot 3/4” - 13/16”
Peak WTS 40, 50, 60, 65, 70
mass weight 4.5 lbs
VSB Cam
VSB Mod
IBO Speed Rating
#70 350 grain arrow
#10 – 27.5”
297 fps
#11 – 27”
292 fps
#12 – 26.5”
287 fps
#13 – 26”
282 fps
Deduct 2-3 fps from rating for #60 peak weight (300 grain arrow)
This product may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign pending or issued patents. For details, go to http://www.elitearchery.com/patents
(877) 503-5483 • www.elitearchery.com
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VICTORY 37
Axle-axle 37” +/- .125”
Brace
6 3/4” +/- .125”
String
61 1/4”
Cable
42 5/8”
Centershot 3/4” - 13/16”
Peak WTS 40, 50, 60, 65, 70
mass weight 4.4 lbs
VICTORY 37 Cam
V37 Mod
IBO Speed Rating
#70 350 grain arrow
#1 – 31”
337 fps
#2 – 30.5”
332 fps
#3 – 30”
327 fps
#4 – 29.5”
322 fps
#5 – 29”
317 fps
#6 – 28.5”
312 fps
#7 – 28”
307 fps
Deduct 2-3 fps from rating for #60 peak weight (300 grain arrow)
This product may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign pending or issued patents. For details, go to http://www.elitearchery.com/patents
(877) 503-5483 • www.elitearchery.com
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VICTORY 37
SMALL BASE CAMS
Axle-axle 37” +/- .125”
Brace
6 3/4” +/- .125”
String58”
Cable
42 1/4”
Centershot 3/4” - 13/16”
Peak WTS 40, 50, 60, 65, 70
mass weight 4.4 lbs
VICTORY 37 VSB Cam
VSB Mod
IBO Speed Rating
#70 350 grain arrow
#8 – 27.5”
302 fps
#9 – 27”
297 fps
#10 – 26.5”
292 fps
#11 – 26”
287 fps
Deduct 2-3 fps from rating for #60 peak weight (300 grain arrow)
This product may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign pending or issued patents. For details, go to http://www.elitearchery.com/patents
(877) 503-5483 • www.elitearchery.com
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Linear Tunable Roller - tuning guidelines
In conjunction with rest tuning, cam spacing, and nock position, cable tension
tuning can serve as an alternate adjustment method to aid in paper, bare shaft, or
broadhead tuning. Consult with your local proshop or certified Elite dealer for
assistance if needed.
Tension Decrease
neutral
Tension increase
• To correct left nock tear
• To decrease vane
clearance
• To minimize cable
tension if vane
clearance is sufficient
• To induce cam lean
towards the riser
• Factory preset position
• Provides vane clearance
for a wide variety
of vane types and
configurations
• To correct right
nock tear
• To increase vane
clearance
• To induce cam lean
away from the riser
cable Tension
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Adjusting the Draw Weight
Before making any adjustments to the limb bolts, the four pocket screws need
to be loosened about one full turn. After adjusting the limb bolts to the desired
weight, make sure to tighten the four pocket screws.
WARNING: DO NOT TURN THE LIMB BOLTS OUT MORE THAN THE RECOMMENDED
TWO (2) TURNS! Doing so could damage the bow, cause limbs to break out of
their pockets and result in bodily injury. It will also void your Elite warranty.
Cam Adjustment and Tuning
2017 Elite Archery bows use a modular based cam system. All Elite bows are
set to peak performance from the factory. See cam adjustment basics chart for
more information.
NOTE: Draw stop setting adjustments allow fine tuning to achieve individual draw length
requirements, however adjusting the draw length will affect the let-off and the valley at
the same time. Achieving an exact let-off at a specific draw length will require some trial
and error of minor modifications and/or the use of a draw board and digital scale. See
your local Elite dealer or pro shop for assistance.
String, Cables & Tuning for all ELITE BOWS...
• Elite recommends that you cycle the bow 100-125 times to settle the string
and cables into the grooves. To adjust your peep sight, simply twist the string
from the bottom in ½ turn increments until the peep sight aligns. In some
cases, this may need to be repeated after cycling and an additional 150-200
shots.
• We recommend waxing the string often. To wax the string, apply wax liberally
to the entire length of the string. Rub briskly with fingers until the string
appears slick. Remove excess wax with a clean towel or cloth. Waxing every
other time you shoot will lengthen the life of your string and cable sets.
• When setting the center shot on 2017 Elite bows, measure from the inside of
the riser from the berger hole to the center of the arrow.
• We recommend shooting arrows that weigh no less than 5 grains per pound of
draw weight. Using arrows with less than 5 grains per pound will void any and
all warranties and could cause bodily harm to yourself or damage your bow.
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Modular Cam Change Instructions
These instructions are intended to be performed on a bow with no
accessories installed. A bow press designed for use on a parallel limb bow
is recommended. A draw board will be helpful for resetting the draw stop
locations after the mods have been changed.
1.
Properly prepare the bow press to work on a parallel limb bow.
2.Place bow in press and deflect the limbs enough to relax the string and cables.
3.Work on one end of the bow at a time. Note the location of where each of
the string and cable loops attach to their posts in order to avoid incorrect
installation once the mod has been changed.
4.Remove cables from their post. Secure them in a manner which will prevent
twists from being lost or added.
5.Using a size T15 Torx driver, remove the three screws that secure the mod to
the cam.
6.Using a size 7/64” allen wrench, remove the draw stop.
7.
Remove the mod from the cam and install the desired size mod.
8.Using a size 7/64” allen wrench, install the draw stop. Be sure not to over
tighten as this could cause the damage to the screw. It is recommended that a
small amount of semi-permanent thread locker like Loc-Tite 242 be applied to
the threads prior to installation back into the cam/mod assembly.
9.Using a size T15 Torx driver, install the three screws that secure the mod to the
cam. Be sure not to over tighten as this could cause damage to the screw, mod,
or cam. It is recommended that a small amount of semi-permanent thread
locker like Loc-Tite 242 be applied to the threads prior to installation back into
the cam/mod assembly.
10.Install the cables back onto their correct posts.
11. Repeat these steps on the opposite end of the bow.
12.Be sure to verify the string and cables are in their appropriate tracks. Carefully
relax the limbs and remove the bow from the press.
13.Set the draw stop locations in order to achieve the desired draw length and
holding weight.
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Modular Cam Exploded Views
DRAW STOP NUT
MODULE (MOD)
CAM
DRAW STOP
FLATHEAD TORX
#6-32 X 1/4" T15 DRIVE
1 PER CAM
DRAW STOP SCREW
SHCS #6-32 X 1/2"
FLATHEAD TORX
#6-32 X 3/8" T15 DRIVE
2 PER CAM
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Elite Archery Cam Adjustment Basics
Adjustment Results
Cam
Rotation
Draw
Length
Draw
Weight
Valley /
Let-Off
Advance
Increase
Increase
Slightly
Increase
Decrease
Slightly
Increase
Untwisting
Cables
Retard
Decrease
Decrease
Slightly
Decrease
Increase
Slightly
Decrease
Twisting
String
Retard
Decrease
Decrease
Slightly
Decrease
Slightly
Decrease
Slightly
Increase
Untwisting
String
Advance
Increase
Increase
Slightly
Increase
Slightly
Increase
Slightly
Decrease
Move Draw
Stops In
Slightly
Retard
Slightly
Decrease
Shorten
Valley,
Decrease
Let off
Move Draw
Stops Out
Slightly
Advance
Slightly
Increase
Lengthen
Valley,
Increase
Let off
Adjustment
Twisting
Cables
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ATA
Brace
Height
THE ELITE P R O M I S E
Elite Archery announces a groundbreaking new Guarantee on its bows as well as positive changes to its Limited
Lifetime Warranty. Coupled together, this Elite Promise gives hunters and archers the peace of mind knowing Elite
Archery stands behind its products, its dealers, and its customers.
1 . limited LIFETIME Warranty
Elite Archery stands behind the workmanship and overall quality of its bows through a Limited Lifetime Warranty to
the ORIGINAL OWNER. This Limited Lifetime Warranty is non-transferable and is valid only on the purchase of new
bow from an authorized retailer. Bows purchased via online, from mail order or from an un-authorized Elite retailer
will NOT be covered under this Limited Lifetime Warranty. You must register your Elite bow within 30 days of purchase
on the Warranty Registration page of elitearchery.com
This warranty covers the riser, pocket, limbs, and eccentrics against defects in material and workmanship. The
Elite Archery Limited Lifetime Warranty does not cover strings, cables, decoration, and overall finish of the bow.
Elite Archery recommends the use of only genuine Elite replacement or aftermarket strings, manufactured by
Winner’s Choice Bowstrings. The use of bowstrings or cables by any other manufacturer that do not meet the Elite
specifications, may void the Limited Lifetime Warranty. Alterations or modifications to any portion of the bow by the
consumer may also void this Limited Lifetime Warranty. The Limited Lifetime Warranty does not cover misuse or abuse
of the bow such as dry-firing, dropping, intentional, or unintentional damage, etc. Elite Archery reserves the right to
deny warranty coverage in the event that misuse is observed.
Elite Archery retains the right to replace components with equivalent components that may be of different design or
decoration. Elite Archery may also request to visually inspect failed components prior to issuing parts and/or service.
There are no other warranties expressed or implied binding Elite Archery, Certified Elite Dealers, and Certified Elite
Distributors (International).
2 .ELITE HUNT GUARANTEE
Elite Archery believes that our customers are top priority and we want our customers to be 100% confident in their
bows. Elite Archery is comprised of dedicated and passionate bow hunters – for this reason we offer a unique
guarantee for our hunting customers.
It happens. You are on the hunt of a lifetime and you accidentally touch your broadhead to your string. You are taking
your one-week of vacation to hunt with your friends and your buddy dry-fires your bow. If there isn’t a bow shop
within driving distance, your hunt is over – but not if you’re shooting an Elite bow. No matter where you are or what
happened to your bow, Elite will send a bow to you so you can finish your hunt. You only pay for shipping. This bow
is on loan from Elite Archery and not intended to replace your damaged bow. The loaner bow will arrive with your
requested draw weight and length, with a rest, sight, and peep installed. The bow will be tuned and ready to shoot. It
will only need to be sighted in with your arrows.
If something happens to your bow while on your hunt, please call us at 877-503-5483 and ask for the warranty
department. The bows must be returned to us in the condition that they were shipped with all accessories. The loaner
bow will be sent to you right away – you just cover the cost of shipping. Our goal is to make sure you can finish your
hunt, no matter where you are, no matter what happened.
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