RPM will issue a refund for a product with a manufacturer's defect. It is solely at the discretion of RPM to determine if a product is defective.
Most in-stock items will ship within 1 business day. RPM ships via USPS and UPS and shipping can take from 2-10 days to arrive once shipped.
RPM Nitro Nation is our Facebook group. There are over 2,000 members that are sharing tips, tricks, questions and just generally bragging about everything RPM and bowfishing.
We do not currently have a Pro-Staff. We are a small company and just don't have the manpower to develop and monitor such an involved program. If we change our mind, you'll see it announced on our social media.
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We have a whole YouTube channel of videos on the care and maintenance of all your RPM gear.
The riser on both bows includes holes for a rest, sight and stabilizer.
First, make sure that the 4 spacers are on the correct side of the limb (on the left side for right handed bow and on the right side for left handed bow).
Then, ensure the spacers are placed correctly on the axles.
Please see the YouTube video for full instructions.
This should be an easy fix. Here's the steps:
1) Make sure the bow is within factory draw weight for your bow. (Standard = 35-55lb, MAG = 55-75lb, Lite = 20-35#
2) Check all fasteners for tension and tighten if necessary.
3) Check for timing/tiller.
4) Check to see if the cables are rubbing on the cams (you'll see scrape marks). If they are, realign the energy limb and hinge.
5) Make sure there is enough lube at the end of the limbs, inside the limb pockets.
6) Check the Energy limbs for cracking.
The length of the standard string on both the Nitro and Striker is 42.5"
The length of the XL string on both the Nitro and Striker is 44"
The energy limbs are Gordon Glass.
The string limbs are carbon composite.
You can change the energy limbs on a Nitro and Striker to increase/decrease the draw weight.
To change the draw length, you need to change the string limbs as well as the cables and the bowstring.
The first thing you should do is check to confirm that the reel has a full spool of line; even losing 20-30' can cause the line to catch on the pick up pin housing.
Another suggestion is to always use line lubrication. We carry a silicone lubricant called Accelerator. This will not only help with line wear but also reduces friction between the line and the housing.