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I set my bow up recently and the way it paper tuned my arrow is above 90 degrees and I'm not a huge fan so looking for some help. The initial setup was arrow at 90 degrees, bottom of the arrow touching bottom of the burger button hole, cams stopping at the same time, zero cam lean and specs where very close within a 1/4 inch and draw weight was spot on. I'm shooting 70# 28.5 DL, 28 inch easton axis 340 with a 50 grain bass insert and 100 grain tips. I was going to try running the bottom of the arrow through the center of the burger button hole to see if that would change anything anyone have any suggestions? Thank you in advance.
 

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Ok the #2 cam on the defiant has been known to have this issue but I would look at cam sync
You want the top cam stop to hit 1/16 or so before the bottom cam sound like it may be too far advanced causing the nock low tuning
May need to do a little twisting
 

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My 2015 CS34 is slight nock high and top cam hits 1/16 or so before the bottom and it throws bareshafts at fletched at 20 yards like a pro.
 
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