Centered limbs. Rests. Build outs. Build ups. Canting. Straight. Split finger.
Isn't it funny how different archers perceive things differently. I shot the Hoyt Gamemaster for a couple years before I got my Titan. Like you, I thought the stock limbs were lacking and switched them out with a foam/glass Sebastian Flute limb. Big improvement.On another note, I REALLY like the Hoyt GM2 riser with a Dura-Lite quiver but their limbs would have to improve to make it to a status of junk. I was thinking Border HEX-6 wood limbs. Do any of you have any advice? I like my Titan but not the grip as it feels too narrow. I like the GM2 with the low wrist grip that they put on the compounds.
It has the same results with bare shaft. I think that the issue is nock set height. I have shot cock feather in with 3-fletch.It looks like 4 fletch to me and shooting off the shelf like you have in the one pix you cant help but have contact with the 6 o'clock feather. You might try 3 fletch with cock feather in and you "might" get away with no contact. I shoot a raised rest and plunger and with 4 fletch I see a slight mar on my shelf material made by that 6 o'clock fletch.
I shoot 3 under with my Titan and shoot it even tiller and have about 7/8" nock height.