Causes the cam to start in a position that is rotated back, thus causing the cam to rotate farther and flex the limbs farther before it stops. And the more a limb is bent (or deflected) the higher the weight it produces. It does the same thing to hybrid and dual cams, too.
And I should mention the WHY here. Do you need it longer to fit properly? And is it something you can't make the cam change on? Because singles very out of rotation tend to have horrendous nock travel and a cam change would be ideal.
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