Hey brothers - got a new set of arrows that I’m attempting to tune my bow for. Bow is a Mathews V3, 70 pound / 85% mods, draw length at 30.5. Victory RIP TKO in 250 spine, 29” of carbon, 25 grain insert, 150 grain point / head, standard nock and no fletchings yet. Shooting with no adjustment to my bow, I was getting a 5/8 - 3/4 nock low tear with an ever so slight nock right tear. Tuning chart said move nocking point up and/or lower rest. Not much room to move the rest lower, so I started working on nock point. First picture is where I ended up and I’m now shooting pretty close to bullet holes at 6 feet (maybe slightly nock high now?) but at 20 yards my bare shaft is 6 inches low. Clearly I need to do more than play with nocking point. I have read about cam sync, and looking at the reference holes in my cams, they don’t match up. Top cam the cable is toward the string in the hole, while the bottom cam is right in the middle. So I think I may need to add a twist to the cable that attaches to the top cam to advance it? And then set nock point and rest back to level and start again. What say yall?