If it's out of time draw the bow like you were shooting it and watch the cable tracks or have someone else watch it. The cable that goes fully in the track first needs to be shortened or the other cable lengthened.
You can get the 2002 manual from Hoyt's site. On page 17 is optimizing command cam performance. THey have performance marks you should keep the cables between. Doesn't have to be in the middle just between the marks. http://www.hoytusa.com/technical/images/2002_Compound_Manual.pdf
Huh, I thought accuwheels were supposed to be perfectly round - these are 2.500" wide and 2.975" high. They have "C2B" and "C2T" on the other side of the bottom and top cams, respectively. But whatever, part of the purpose of this bow is to try things out and see how I like them before I blow a ton of money on a new bow.
Yes, I did check Hoyt's site, and had gotten the manual. Didn't find much else.
Is it possible to change cams and cables later? Are more agressive cams hard to get?
Those look like 2001 Command Cams. 2002 bows came with Command Cam Plus (with marks).
Are you sure the bow is a 2002? Post a picture of the limb pocket/riser if you want to be sure....
Yes, cams can be changed but often the poundage range of the bow changes too. Sometimes by 10-20 pounds! Buying new cams from a dealer can be pricey. The classifieds here on AT would be my first suggestiion if you want to do it.
*Note* Be prepared to possibly play with cable and string lengths, especially if using cams that were not available on that model/year of bow from the factory.
I guess it is a 2002. I believe the pockets on the 2001 models were solid (no cutouts), and I'm sure the riser itself is different too (besides being thinner with a thinner grip). No doubt the factory could tell by the serial number as well.
Can you take a close-up picture of the other side of the cam (without the module) and also the graphics on the limbs? What is the axle to axle length?
I've heard that several shooters prefer the 2001 and earlier CC over the 2002 CC+. I'm guessing that someone must have swapped cams. I just noticed that you bought it used...
P.S. I know nothing about the stamped numbers...someone else here probably does. Anyone?
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