You always want to take measurements of any new bow before you start doing anything to it. Also having the specs for the bow from the factory is a good thing to have too. So you can compare it to the default.
Here is how you tune a Scorpyd: Scorpyd tuning However, just as with vertical bows, swapping out the factory strings for aftermarket as soon as you get a new crossbow is never a bad idea. See:
I have success with Breathn (on here) making the string and cables for my Scorpyd(s). My ad hoc crossbow press aka gradual release ratchet strap: https://www.amazon.com/Ancra-49970-112-Gradual-Release-Ratcheting/dp/B003172G6K presses my Velocity quite well - Caveat - Do not try this if you are not fully comfortable with the technique and also do not have access to a crossbow-specific manufactured press. Here is the video from the above link:
The author, Burky, is an excellent resource for anything Scorpyd and will answer your pm's.
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