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I have a Bowtech RealmX and the Broadheads are 4” low at 40 yards.

Bullet holes in paper with bare shaft at 6 feet.

My bottom cable stop is hitting and there is a 1/16” gap on my top stop. Would getting them even bring the BH impact up? How and why does the cable timing effect slight arrow direction?
 

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I would start with the stops hitting at the same time, or as close as possible.

Next, make sure your arrow is 90° to the bow string. Make sure you have adequate clearance for your arrow/vane combo.

This should put your broadheads and field tips very close. If not, then you'll "un-sync" your cams to achieve the best flight and tune. 1/2 twists can do a LOT, in regards to broadhead flight.
 

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Ignore the paper and submit a photo with a fletched and a bareshaft at 20yards. This should really help evaluate your setup

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