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put a new string on shot about two weeks now i went to paper tune was having a bad tear got it to shoot a bullet hole with fletched and un fletched arrows. only problem is it looks to far towards riser my broadheads barely get clerence. but they fly straight i dont think rest was that far in before what do you think
 

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i did that the only way i could completly get good flight is by moving the rest in a little . i reset centershot and to yoke tune it to bullet hole the cam lean looked horrable. the rest is a limbdriver pro v
 

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i did that the only way i could completly get good flight is by moving the rest in a little . i reset centershot and to yoke tune it to bullet hole the cam lean looked horrable. the rest is a limbdriver pro v
XT2000 limbs in parallel configuration = lots of limb twist = you need cam lean. Set your centershot to exactly 13/16", set your nocking point to 1/8" high and tune the yokes.
 

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okay so your saying the cam lean is suppose to look horrable i will give it a try tomorrow night
 

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Any body else to chime in
 

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If you're way in towards the riser you might be shooting too weak of an arrow. That's how mine was when I was underspined. With properly spined arrows I'm right at 13/16 centershot.
 

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I am 13/16" zero cam lean at static and full draw...bullet holes baby, tilt tamer....
 

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How does the tilt tamer work also I have been shooting same spline arrows since I got bow 2.5 years ago with no problem till I changed the string
 

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Ray..if you layed an arrow along side of the top cam on a burner, where should the tip of the arrow cross in reference of the string. That might help for a starting point.
 

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On my burner, without the tilt tamer, arrow tip was 3/8 past the string to get bareshafts together. With the tilt tamer, it's about 1/16th
 

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You lay a arrow on the cam and how did you measure how it went past the string
 

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Okay got it set about 3/4 center shot then yoked tune can lean is not pretty but shooting bullet holes and broad heads fly with field tips
 
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