nice, i might actually take trigger a part someday
those new arrows i got, they got some pretty bad scratches now, i shot em a while without shimIf cam-related problems, all arrows should hit kinda the same, but you shouldn't notice since zeroed scope including this sistematic error, on 20 meters.
If longer distances, problem could be arrows themselves, if different arrows have different POI and same POA.
How do you LOOK AT TIMINGS?those new arrows i got, they got some pretty bad scratches now, i shot em a while without shim
after i shimmed again and corrected timings some, they are again hitting within arrows thickness each other on 5.5yards, but with other arrows shooting almost inch left
im hoping to get all arrows to hit about same, this should make it easier if i ever need or go for broadheads
i just looked at timings and they are not even, gotta try to get em perfectly even and see if that does it
just comparing lines to horizontal, i think someone here said that lines should be about under cable but it could of been on other crossbow model
its now 2mm tighter than official, and if i take of twists from string it will be really close to exact values with cam markings under cablesTell me cock and uncock ATA when you find best timing. My string rubber shock dampeners flew away, only now I saw they are gone and not there anymore...
add 2 twists on cables into direction that tightens serving, 2 to cable endings that goes to each limbTell me cock and uncock ATA when you find best timing. My string rubber shock dampeners flew away, only now I saw they are gone and not there anymore...
if you read comments further on that thread you realise that you do exactly same thing with cam markingsLets take this a step further !!
Lets say your bow does not have timing marks on the cam and you have no idea where to set your cams .
What i would do is measure your ATA uncooked .
then cock your bow and measure the cocked ATA . wright these measurements down .
You then check them with the factory specs for both cocked and uncocked .
Lets say your uncocked ATA is spot on , but your cocked ATA is 1/8 th wider than spec .
Well why is that you ask ?
Your timing is off , but your cams may be synced .
Time for a tune ,LOL. End quote.