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    The gap is 3/4-inch wide if I remember correctly.

    The gap is 3/4-inch wide if I remember correctly.
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    I just came back from doing a mini-seminar in...

    I just came back from doing a mini-seminar in Vero Beach, Florida.

    One fella, 69 years YOUNG,
    told me, "Hey...nuts&bolts....I have TARGET PANIC".

    OK.

    I said, what makes YOU THINK, you have...
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    Could be. Maybe not. bowboysp was fighting...

    Could be.
    Maybe not.

    bowboysp was fighting his pin, holding 12-INCHES low.

    He posted a How's my form thread,
    and did NOT say anything about holding low.
    ...
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    Shoot 30 yards with your bareshafts and take a...

    Shoot 30 yards
    with your bareshafts
    and take a photo of the fletched group and the bareshafts (shoot two).

    If your bareshafts are TRULY skidding through the air, NOCK right...
    then,
    at 30...
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    DEAD horizontal knuckles on the hinge release...

    DEAD horizontal knuckles on the hinge release hand,
    will result in more LEFT-RIGHT misses...for obvious reasons.

    DEAD vertical knuckles on the hinge release hand,
    will result in more UP-DOWN...
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    No ONE answer. Sometimes the bow hand thumb is...

    No ONE answer.

    Sometimes the bow hand thumb is DEAD vertical, pointed at the floor.
    THIS is one extreme.

    Larry Wise teaches the horizontal palm, the knuckles are DEAD LEVEL.

    Then,
    you can...
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    Tuning a blade can be a pain, but once you get...

    Tuning a blade can be a pain,
    but once you get the hang of it,
    it can provide very good results.

    Human nature.
    If you shoot better with a blade,
    you will say a BLADE is great.

    If you shoot...
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    Bowtech General is slightly past parallel. ...

    Bowtech General is slightly past parallel.

    Video for how to press a PSE Evo.

    The process to press a BowTech General would be exactly the same.
    ...
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    Post a picture of you at full draw, dead level...

    Post a picture of you at full draw,
    dead level arrow.

    Are you using a scope or a pin sight?

    What is your current stabilizer setup?

    Just a front stick only?

    When you experience your bow...
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    Start with a ball of aluminum foil, say the size...

    Start with a ball of aluminum foil, say the size of a golf ball. Loosely crumpled foil.
    Then, attach with some wide masking tape.

    PUSH, mold, shape the ball of aluminum foil to make a BUMP,...
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    I'm sure someone will do it. Just a matter of...

    I'm sure someone will do it.
    Just a matter of time.
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    Completely relax your limbs, after removing the...

    Completely relax your limbs, after removing the riggins (string and cables).

    YOu will need an e-clip removal tool.
    Remove one e-clip.
    Then, remove the axle and the cam spacers (precision...
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    I believe the Hoyt ZT system is adjustable for...

    I believe the Hoyt ZT system is adjustable for pre-load.

    The bottom line is the Torque Reduction
    completely depends on how much the BENDY STICK is allowed to bend.
    ...
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    YOu can check my numbers. I completed a full...

    YOu can check my numbers.
    I completed a full free body diagram,
    assumed a 3:1 pulley ratio
    scaled the measurements off the photo,
    using the diameter of the sight mount bolt, to scale the diagram....
  15. Flip limbs top to bottom. Since the system is...

    Flip limbs top to bottom.

    Since the system is "in balance"

    with the arrow nock below level...

    this implies the top limb is behaving VERY strong
    this implies the bottom limb is not working...
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    I like to TUNE the draw length, as a very very...

    I like to TUNE the draw length,
    as a very very EARLY step in BASIC tuning.

    Then,
    the yoke tuning at LONG range (50 meters...60 yards) comes AFTERwards

    then,
    the group tuning the arrow rest...
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    Are you DONE? NO. Now, you goto 50 meters,...

    Are you DONE?

    NO.

    Now,
    you goto 50 meters,
    and group tune the arrow rest.

    You move the arrow rest in thousandths of an inch,
    left-right
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    What happens when you DIAL in the draw length by...

    What happens when you DIAL in the draw length
    by the 1/8th inch or 1/4-inch?

    BEFORE
    ...
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    Since you make the buss cable LONGER than...

    Since you make the buss cable LONGER than before...

    you must make the control cable LONGER than before,
    and you do this my TESTING your results.

    HOW do I test my cam sync?

    SIMPLE

    you...
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    You can work completely with the bowstring...but,...

    You can work completely with the bowstring...but, this means you have to adjust the peep sight back to zero rotation.

    You can also skip the bowstring,
    and completely shorten the draw length with...
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    I missed it too. Bendy stick is in...

    I missed it too.

    Bendy stick is in compression...cuz of the "rear mount" and the buss cable is bent towards the riser, significantly.
    ...
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    With this system, the centershot should be LESS,...

    With this system,
    the centershot should be LESS,
    closer to the riser a TINY bit...is my "GUESS"...and a little bit of math.
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    Cuz the buss cable is SEVERELY bent forwards,...

    Cuz the buss cable is SEVERELY bent forwards,
    this is new. Actually, very clever.

    I missed that on my first go around.

    So, props to sneak, for pointing that out.

    I have scaled the photo,...
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    Centerline of arrow to riser (centershot) is...

    Centerline of arrow to riser (centershot) is usually 12/16ths to 13/16ths.
    Cables are to the RIGHT of the riser window.

    Arrow shaft centerline represents string groove centerline.
    The offset is...
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    If we assume that the cables are ONLY pulled to...

    If we assume that the cables are ONLY pulled to the RIGHT of static,
    say 0.25-inches (take cables out of the roller and find static position)...

    then,
    we have 3.45 ft lbs of torque, in the...
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    If we assume that the cables are ONLY pulled to...

    If we assume that the cables are ONLY pulled to the RIGHT of static,
    say 1-inch (take cables out of the roller and find static position)...

    then,
    we have 13.81 ft lbs of torque, in the CLOCKWISE...
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    You noticed a KEY feature in the Hoyt System. ...

    You noticed a KEY feature
    in the Hoyt System.

    Yes,
    the bendy stick is IN COMPRESSION.

    THIS is a NEW detail,
    and the Roller wheels BEHIND The cables,
    PUSHING the cables FORWARDS....
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    EXCELLENT CATCH. The Bendy stick is in...

    EXCELLENT CATCH.

    The Bendy stick is in Compression.
    I confess,
    I did not notice this, until I re-read your statements.

    So,
    I did the FULL analysis.

    The cables are pulled to the RIGHT,
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    So, "AGAIN...the cables do not ONLY pull to the...

    So,
    "AGAIN...the cables do not ONLY pull to the left."

    I re-read your statement.


    Yes,
    there are two vectors.

    The cables are PULLED to the RIGHT,
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    If you take the cables out of the rollers, the...

    If you take the cables out of the rollers,
    the cables will be STRAIGHT UP and DOWN,
    when the bow is at rest.

    So,
    with a roller guard system,
    a RIGID system,
    the cables are pulled away to the...
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