If you actually own a XLR8 you probably already realize that the 360+ IBO rating is if the bow is completely bare with no sights, quiver, stabilizer and peep. Also that is a 29" draw length with 70 lb limbs set to 70 lbs.
My set up is as follows after Bow Force Mapping and shot threw the Hooter Shooter which is giving me 336 FPS.
28" draw length with 70 lb limbs set to 63 lbs.
QAD drop away rest
Carbon Express 250 arrows with 100 grain G5 Tekens.
D-loop, kisser button, peep.
6" Axiom Fuse stabilizer.
G5 Optix 2 sights.
These sights utilize only 2 pins, one is stationary for yardage out to 30 yards and the other is on a dial that can be dialed from 35 yrds out to 85 yrds. This is why I had it bow forced mapped. 50 yard shots with this bow is like a 30 yard shot with something that shoots under 300 fps. I also use a competition Scott Rhino release. I had asked the very same question to my bow guy at the shop that your asking here and this is what he came up with.
Did I mention he competes for Hoyt!
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