First, I would make sure the bow is in spec according to the Hoyt tune charts, then you need to make sure the cams are sync'd properly. Also make sure the modules match top and bottom, and the draw stop peg is in the same corresponding hole as the letter of the module. If all that is done, it should have some valley.....that said, Hoyts don't have nearly as much valley as some other brands. Some like it, some don't and can't get used to it. They liked to be pulled hard into the wall with back tension. If your form gets sloppy, and you creep forward, they will tell on you in a hurry.
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