View Full Version : Elite E-Force
11-21-2007, 10:35 AM
Can someone tell me more about his bow? I have a chance to trade for one, but I don't know much about this bow. Also, for you guys that have been shooting Elite for awhile now, what do you think is the best bow they made so far?
Thanks in advance
11-21-2007, 10:54 AM
I have two, one AT version and one with full camo. With the EZ mods they are a very smooth shooting and drawing bow. The 7 3/4" brace makes it a good late season bow with bulky clothing. I shot a Trykon, Switchback, XT, Ross, Tribute and a Martin with nitrous cams while shopping for a new bow. E-Force was 20 fps faster and cost less. :)
If your draw is longer than 29" it should have the updated cams though as the original cams at longer draws would cut the cables eventually.
Best so far is the E-500, for me, but haven't shot any of the '08's. A friend has an Envy and it is smoother drawing than the E-500 with 500 modules or Synergy, I am envious. LOL
11-21-2007, 10:56 AM
Go to AT and do a search in the General section. There is a large data base on this bow.....Very positive feedback.
Specs for the Elite E-Force:
7 1/2" BH
3.9 mass weight
Like many others, I was a Bowtech fan until Elite came out with there bows. The high end components used in the construction of the Elite bows is what drawed me to shoot them. I bought my 06 E-Force back in 06 and still have it. At 60 lbs with the EZ mods it's silky smooth to draw and still pretty quick.
It is a great shooter...I sold mine to get a synergy and would love to have that bow back...
11-21-2007, 02:26 PM
I still have mine and don't think i'll ever sell it. It's quiet, smooth, shock & vibration free and fast. I still have smooth modules on mine and you just can't beat it. I also have a E-500 which is a very nice bow as well with all the features I just mentioned only it's alittle longer axle to axle. Great limbs and strings on every bow so no need to change the string or cables unless something different was put on or the string/cables are worn.
11-21-2007, 04:21 PM
I have 2 E-Force's and also an E-500. For me hands down is the E-force... I have one set up for in blind turkey hunting and the other one is set up for deer. In the past two years I harvested a tall 8 point 27 yd. shot bow set at 65 lbs. complete pass through. Last year I got a 13 point that made Ohio Big Buck and it was bedded down and a 35 yd. shot and again a complete pass through..All my Elite bows hang in my shop and I have had many archers offer me up to 1,500.00 for my bow complete set up. I just tell them to place them back on the rack because there not for sell...That's how much I like my Elite bows and my E-Force's..........If your not interested let me know........The E-500 I use for competition shoots....
11-21-2007, 04:54 PM
Thanks for the info fellas
11-22-2007, 10:53 PM
I have the bows listed in my signature. My E-Force has the 07 cams on it, the same ones that you see on the 07 Synergy. My E-Force is just a touch more quiet and slightly less hand shock then the 500. All of the Elites I own are very quiet and low to no hand shock if you can call it that. I have grown closer to the 500 for some reason; I think it is because it just feels more solid to me at full draw. Honestly my Synergy XT really seems to be right in the middle of the 500 and the Force, and this is exactly what it was designed to be.
I have chronograghed them all with the same chrono. I expected more speed from the Synergy I am not sure if this was a just expectation, it just has a higher IBO rating then the Force.
Arrows 348 grains
Draw length 27"
Draw weight 60#
E-500 (500 moods) 276 fps
E-Force 264 fps
Extreme XT 267 fps
11-22-2007, 11:12 PM
The E Force is basically like the bowtech tribute only faster
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