The Bowtech Fuel compound bow was originally during 2014 as a bow that is designed to suit all levels of shooting capabilities, no matter how big or small, young or old the shooter may be.
The Fuel features a rock-solid riser for supreme durability with Bowtech’s Binary Cam System for maximum precision and arrow speed. A bow that is anything but average, the Bowtech Fuel is very light, weighing only about 3.4lbs.
The adjustability of the bow is highlighted by the draw length and draw weight numbers. You can adjust the draw length anywhere from 18" to 30". The draw weight range is very impressive in that it starts at 14 pounds and tops out at 70 pounds.
Its 7-1/8" brace height makes it a very comfortable and forgiving shooter and the cam and limb combination enables it to fire arrows up to 320 fps. The bow also has a 31.5" axle-to-axle and produces Kinetic Energy of 79.6.
The Bowtech Fuel is one of the newer bows on the marketplace, having recently launched in March 2014. The bow is perfect for all types of archers. Fuel features a rock-solid riser for supreme durability and includes a nice Binary Cam System for maximum precision and arrow speed. Fuel has a brace height of 7 1/8 inches and an axle-to-axle length of 31 1/2 inches.
The bow is available RAK-equipped (Ready. Aim. Kill.) and it also comes with a Deadlock Lite quiver and 5-inch stabilizer from Octane along with a Hostage Max arrow rest and a TruGlo Tundra sight. The image of the Fuel above show it fully equipped with the RAK package.
The Fuel has been quoted by Bowtech with a MSRP of $499.
The bow has been released in a choice of two finishes, available in Blackops and Mossy Oak Infinity finish to complete the total hunting suitability. For a full list of features and bow specs you can find them further down the page.
Bow Features :
Binary Synchronized Dual Cam System
Rock Solid Riser
BowTech Fuel Bow Specs
Draw Weights : 14-70 lbs
Draw Lengths : 18-30"
Axle to Axle : 31.5"
Brace Height : 7"
Mass Weight : 3.4lbs
Effective Let Off : 80%
IBO Speed : 320 fps
What they're saying in the forums about the BowTech Fuel
Have it set at 28/60. One thing I noticed the let off. If I draw and then decide to let it down. I feel like I have to push the string forward.
We looked at several makes such as Bear, Diamond, and others then he reached for the BowTech Fuel and handed it to me. Over my price point but what a nicely made bow. The low weight, fit and finish, and overall look of the bow was really impressive. Cole did mention that the Diamond Infinite Edge was made by BowTech also but just looking at the bows and accessories through untrained eyes I could see why there was a $100 difference in the bows. Well, as you probably have guessed, I was sold