dont know where to get the information from books etc but i can tell you that all you need to do is make sure that the two modules touch the cables at the same time at full draw, and that the drawstop peg is set right according to the bowtech charts for the module that is on your bow if this makes sense. the chart should be on bowtech's website. you may have to twist or untwist cables to get the modules to hit cables at the same time, but bear in mind that this will also adjust your poundage up or down respectively. once this is done, your bow will shoot the fleas of a dog's back so to speak. at least mine does. hope this helps.
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