The Easton flatline with the 125 grain head maxed out three times at 288 FPS.
The 100 grain head Flatline sped up to an average of 298 FPS, 10 FPS faster, just on the fringe of warp speed.
Warp speed starts around 300 FPS And the Blazer vanes weren't bothered one bit by the drag.
My bow is Mathews Drenalin at 70# and draw is at 28" and the IBO rating for it is 320 FPS set at 30" draw and 70# weight. I just had a new string set put on and had it tuned. All I have on the new string is a d-loop and a meta peep.
The five grains below the IBO 350 testing weight arrows almost got me at 300 FPS.
In contrast I was hunting with an Easton ST Epic camo arrow this past season and it weighed out with a 125 grain head at 443 grains and it was clocked at 262 FPS with the same setup.
These ought to be very flat shooting arrows at the longer distances.
Edited by Rowdy Yates, 22 February 2009 - 02:49 PM.