The Vektor features a taper design, multiple internal damping options and the best combination of stiffness, wind efficiency, and damping that has ever been brought to market.
The Ultra V3 and Matterhorn V2 variants have been a hit with top competitive athletes for years. For 2020 we wanted to combine the Matterhorn stiffness with the Ultras wind efficiency to give archers the best of both worlds while sacrificing nothing.
The Vektor front stabilizer begins at an outer diameter of 0.625” and sleekly transitions down to a 0.5” outer diameter. This allows for more stiffness at the base of the stabilizer where it experiences the most stress, and creates greater wind efficiency at the tip where the stabilizer experiences the highest amount of buffeting and torque from the wind. The Vektor side rods are the same carbon layup as the long rod but feature a 0.5625” to 0.5” taper.
-Adaptive Weight System – allows for either 1/4-20 or 5/16-24 thread sizes by swapping out the adapter screw.
-VIBRO-CORE Internal Damping – remove unwanted vibration from your shot.
-Spine – ~90
-Diameter – Long Rod 0.625″ to 0.5″ Taper Side Rod – 0.5625” to 0.5” taper.
-5/16-24 threads on both proximal and distal endcap.
-Aluminum proximal and distal endcaps.
-Flat slots in proximal and distal endcaps for stabilizer tightening with a wide range of common tools.
–Made in the USA | designed and hand-built by the owners
-Steve Wijler Edition Tungsten Damping Powder – adds 3 oz of tungsten powder to the distal end of the stabilizer to add internal weight and significant vibration reduction (VIBRO-CORE internal damping is still included).
As with all our products, the Vektor works perfectly with both compound and recurve. The recommended weight ranges for the front stabilizer are 1-6 oz for crisp feel, 6-25 oz for ideal feel, 25+ for softer feel. This recommended weight range does not account for dampers or decouplers – mass weight that the stabilizer can handle increases when using dampers between weights or between the stabilizer and the weights. Side rods can handle roughly double the mass weight for similar reactions.