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im having problems getting rid of a constant high tear when papertuning my 07 ridgeline and was wondering if anyone else was having a similar problem
 

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Have the same bow

Hey pass,

I also bought one last year and have had to do some changes with my rest. I used a wiskerbisket for a long time but this year I purchaced a trophey taker Antilope and love it on my bow. The only thing I saw with mine was nock placement and, or your poundage may need changed with the arrows weight. Bringing my draw length in a little helped to. Dont give up on it because there great bows once dialed in.:thumbs_up
 

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I have an 07 rRidgeline 34, great bow. I never paper tuned it but when I switched from a Whisker Biscuit to a Hostage Pro it took forever to get it dialed in. I just chalked it up to the rest and how quickly the Octane brushes were wearing.
 

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With a hybrid cam, some shooters may need to use a non-standard timing to get proper flight. Assuming your rest is properly adjusted, etc. and you're not experiencing clearance problems, which won't respond to tuning. I have several Hoyt's, and all of my bows shoot the best with the top cam slightly over rotated at full draw. ? Who knows why.

With everything to spec, ATA, BH, and the nock point giving your arrow a position square to the string, try adding a turn to the buss cable. If it's worse, take a turn out and try it again. Still whacky ? repeat the process with the control cable.

Usually, one of these adjustments will give you a direction where a combination of bus/control adjustments will find YOUR sweet spot.
 
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