How do I time the cam, I read somewhere it has something to do with the holes in the cam, I still don't understand why you would have to time a bow with one cam ? Is it just a speed thing, or could it effect your forgiveness like a 2-cam bow..Thanks
Here's a link to a picture of the SL2 timing holes they're refering to. http://forums.mathewsinc.com/viewtopic.php?t=40837
Your not timing it with anything else but it's orientation is as important to knock travel as timing any other cam system. The pic is how you want it to look at rest.
by under/over rotating your cam, you can alter letoff, and draw lenght a bit. you can also alter how the bow feels. mathews recomends a certain timing for the cam, which supposedly its the optimum position. if its off, your bow will feel different.
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