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Are the angles different? I have a warfed Gamemaster 2 with the original shelf angle.
To me it seems the limbs are way too reclined compared to other ILF risers.

Did the Base of Durado and Gamemaster limbs have the working part of the limbs angle differently and an ILF limb does?
When I look at old pictures of them thats the Impression I get.

Has anyone owned one and compared it side by side with ILF parts?
 

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I've owned several of each, (older) Tiburons too, but did not do any side by side compares with ILF. sorry. all the above were stackmasters for me and I have a normal draw length.
 
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Stackmaster ( like that LOL )My brother has a gamemaster and that is probably why it is such a good performer.
 

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Yes, the angle is several degrees more on the Hoyt's. You'll lose several pounds more than expected on a Warfed GameMaster or Dorado with ILF limbs.

As for the working part of the limb question, the answer is no. Hoyt simply used their ILF offerings with different bushings on those risers.
 
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