Wicked Ridge Sting Dampening System

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Wicked Ridge SDS (String Dampening System)
Compatible with the Invader X4, Warrior Ultra-Lite and Ranger X2.

Customer Reviews

4.0 / 5.0
7 Reviews
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Helps, but not as well fitting as expected.
Made some difference in terms of dampening the sound, not as significant as I had hoped but every little bit helps. Not as adjustable as I had expected. Arms are set back as far as possible and still makes contact with the cables, not adjustable for fit. Also, seems that the rubber covers sit just a little high for the cable but I have not noticed any impact on firing.
October 1, 2019
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80 yards right out of the store.
I was shooting my bow 80 yards with a 4 in pattern on my first day shooting it. Arrows flew straight.
September 23, 2019
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Good product
Reduced vibration by more then half and reduced noise levels dramatically as well.
Much better to shoot. A worthwhile 40 dollar investment.
September 18, 2019
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Wicked Ridge (SDS) Poor Quality !!
Made in China?? Tried installing these and found the holes were the rods go in to be egg shaped or half machined. This is causing excessive up and down play and makes it difficult to get it lined up with the string slot. One of the rods needs to be sanded down, it's to long and touches the string. After contacting Tenpoint, to my surprise I was told there all like that." just tighten the set screws and they wont be sloppy"
September 17, 2019
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Wicked Ridge SDS
EASY to install and my Invader X4 does seem to be quieter than without them
September 16, 2019
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Easy to install.
Not sure how many decibels quieter it is???? Can't really notice a difference. It does have less vibration. Easy to install. Took less than 5 minutes.
September 12, 2019
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Good product
Overall a good product. I found the T15 torx wrench provided to be less than ideal (too small) for driving the self tapping screws. Fortunately I had a T15 bit that I used in my drill motor to easily install the screws. In addition, one of the dampener rods was too long causing the string to be deflected in the static position. A few seconds on the sanding disc resolved the issue. Haven't had an opportunity to shoot the bow so I can't speak to the effectiveness of the dampening system.
September 11, 2019
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