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Old 02-17-2017, 07:06 AM
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I have been looking at these limbs for a while and now that I have a 17" Satori, they have my curiosity going again. I see reviews on here for some of the other Uukha limbs but I am specifically looking for anyone with experience with the Ex1 Evo 2 limbs. I really see no downside to them plus lancaster is always out of stock of the Tradtech extremes I would like to have. I am wanting to end up at 45# at 27" so I think the 38# limbs should get me there with the limbs bolts all the way in on my 17" riser. I like the perceived durability the most about these limbs. I can handle average speed, but I do like a smooth draw. Hoping one of you gents can let me know what you think of these limbs.

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I've got a set that will be in on Tuesday. Can let you know after I get them.
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http://www.lancasterarchery.com/uukh...cel&trigger=ac

I have been looking at these limbs for a while and now that I have a 17" Satori, they have my curiosity going again. I see reviews on here for some of the other Uukha limbs but I am specifically looking for anyone with experience with the Ex1 Evo 2 limbs. I really see no downside to them plus lancaster is always out of stock of the Tradtech extremes I would like to have. I am wanting to end up at 45# at 27" so I think the 38# limbs should get me there with the limbs bolts all the way in on my 17" riser. I like the perceived durability the most about these limbs. I can handle average speed, but I do like a smooth draw. Hoping one of you gents can let me know what you think of these limbs.

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I just got a set of these from Lancaster yesterday to use on my 19" Satori. Unfortunately I don't actually have the riser yet. I'd be happy to give my impressions, as well as some weight and speed numbers once I get my Satori, but it still shows backordered, so I can't give a timeframe just yet.

I can say that the limbs themselves look like quality, and come with nice protective sleeves. They also look great and I'm excited to try them out.
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I've got a set that will be in on Tuesday. Can let you know after I get them.
Sounds good! Thanks. What do you plan to put them on?
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I just got a set of these from Lancaster yesterday to use on my 19" Satori. Unfortunately I don't actually have the riser yet. I'd be happy to give my impressions, as well as some weight and speed numbers once I get my Satori, but it still shows backordered, so I can't give a timeframe just yet.

I can say that the limbs themselves look like quality, and come with nice protective sleeves. They also look great and I'm excited to try them out.
Awesome, thanks!
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I will be puttting them on a WF19. I picked up the 34# limbs, so am hoping it will put me in the 40# range. My friend shoots the vx1000 xcurves and those limbs are awesome. They are 42# otf and it felt like shooting a 35# bow. Truth be told I would have bought the xcurves if they had my weight, but can't wait until end of March-first of April for them.
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I have been looking at these limbs for a while and now that I have a 17" Satori, they have my curiosity going again. I see reviews on here for some of the other Uukha limbs but I am specifically looking for anyone with experience with the Ex1 Evo 2 limbs. I really see no downside to them plus lancaster is always out of stock of the Tradtech extremes I would like to have. I am wanting to end up at 45# at 27" so I think the 38# limbs should get me there with the limbs bolts all the way in on my 17" riser. I like the perceived durability the most about these limbs. I can handle average speed, but I do like a smooth draw. Hoping one of you gents can let me know what you think of these limbs.

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I have a 32# set on my Epic Dryad 17" riser and they are 39 lb OTF @ 27.75" dl. I can double check this tonight if you want?
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I have a 32# set on my Epic Dryad 17" riser and they are 39 lb OTF @ 27.75" dl. I can double check this tonight if you want?
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What do you think of the limbs Dan?
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What do you think of the limbs Dan?
I really like them for the price, built very well. However, I am getting more speed out of my Dryad Orion RC ACS bolt down so the Epic is my backup right now. UUkha EX-1 has less carbon and more glass.
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I have a 32# set on my Epic Dryad 17" riser and they are 39 lb OTF @ 27.75" dl. I can double check this tonight if you want?
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IF you get the chance that would be great, thanks. Is that with the bolts full in?
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I've had the EX1's and the Ex100's. I would not send the money again on the Ex100's as the EX1's felt much better. And yes they were both the same lbs (38lb Longs)
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Have you checked out the calculator on Uukha's website? You can input your numbers (riser length, limb length, limb rated weight and draw length), and it will estimate what various model Uukha limbs will pull at different limb bolt settings at your draw length.

I don't know how accurate it will be for the Satori, but I'll weigh mine once the riser shows up and should have a better idea then. The Satori limbs I'm getting should be around 43-45# at my draw, and I wanted something closer to 35# for general practice and target shooting at home (short-ish range). I went with 30# Uukha limbs, and according to the calculator, they should be around 35# at medium tiller bolt settings on the 19" Satori at my draw length.

May not give any new info, but it's still fun to play around with the numbers.
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Yeah I played with the calculator on their website. I just figured nothing beats real world experience. I also read more than once that the calculator was higher than actual results. I'm looking forward to hearing back from you on your results
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Just put my bow together. Uuhka medium 70" 34# on my Epic 17" just under medium tiller or level with limb pocket and 7.75" BH they weight OTF at 39 lbs. I spent alot of time tuning this bow that's were it shoots a 600 GT best.
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Wilson are you referring to post shot feel or can you elaborate?
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