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    Heli-M Tuning

    How are all you heli-m owners going about tuning your bow. What does your center shot measure out to? My set up is 70 pounds 28.5" draw gold tip XT hunters 55 75.

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    Heli-M Tuning

    First I think the 5575 is a weak spine for 70 lbs 2nd when I get home I will measure it out for you
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    55/75 way to weak. You need 75/95.

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    Centershot is relative to a few things, arrow spine and yoke adjustment. The 7595's would tune much better with your specs
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    Heli-M Tuning

    So that may be the reason my arrows aren't flying straight since I put quikspins on?
    Go afield with a good attitude, with respect for the wildlife you hunt and for the forest and fields in which you walk. Immerse yourself in the outdoor experience. It will cleanse your soul and make you a better person." -Fred Bear
    University of Alabama Archery Club.
    Mathews Heli-M.

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    Heli-M Tuning

    That's the reason it's a weak spine for 70 I shot the 7595 and cutting fletching off at 30 yards
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    Center shot on mine is just a hair over 13/16" with a dead level arrow.

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    You can tune those to get them very close if not right on with dead center of limb bolts when looking from the top of your bow down with an arrow nocked.

    If you are way out of that range then you have some work to do.
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