i shoot a fall away with my max that has shoot through and don't have any torque problems at all. i will suggest that you don't use a spring and go through the trouble of getting the rigging adjusted perfectly. i tried a spring at first and found that there was too much inconsistancy with the timing because of the spring's changing tension as you use it.rig it up directly to on of the buss cables. i thought it would pull the buss cable over because they seem like they will twist sideways pretty easily, but it never happened. although my rest is my own design, much like a scheaffer, i would think any good drop away will work. the trophy taker is probably the best design out there. i go for it.
Another pic of the Spigarelli.
You can also shoot the rest conventional if you wish.
The amount of drop on the launcher is adjustable so it doesn't fall too far and strike your riser shelf or hand like some other drop-aways do.
I shoot an accuriser
with wedel cams and dro^p away rest
I attach to one side cable just a little spring and 15cm of serving just to extend the rest on the last 20 cm of draw
with a secure part when the rest is up on the last 10 cm
The tension to the cable is very low so no problem, even if the tension is too important the other side cable take the tension and this is not a problem for the shoot
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