For me to get a good tear my nock has to be high, arrow pointing down. To level the arrow the nock would have to come down about 1/2". Is that okay or is something wrong. Mission x3.
You don't have to "synchronize" a single cam, since one of the tracks from a dual cam's top cam is permanently attached to the bottom cam. But "timing" them is still needed, as in the their start and stop point. Since the third track is permanently attached to the bottom cam it has to be at the right start/stop point to get straight/level nock travel, and that's the ONLY point at which it can produce good nock travel. Dual cams or hybrids can be synchronized at any rotational start/stop point, making them far more tunable to the individual than a single cam.I don't know anything about timing a bow, Newby. guess its time to learn. I didn't think you had to time a single cam.