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Old 10-16-2010, 04:54 AM
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Default PSE DL adjustment and string stop setting

fooling with my new bow and making some changes to DL to accommodate string loop and such, here is my question, when i draw, i am setting on the let-off point or tight against the back wall (feels like i'm holding 45-50# instead of the 15-20# i think i should considering let-off) , i have been moving the DL cam and the string stop to the same settings "C" and "C" or middle of "C" and "D" always the same....what i'm experinceing is i feel that i am holding back more than my let-off weight should be, but if i ease up/out on my draw i'm at the point of break-over...any input appreciated....my thoughts are moving the "string stop" setting to between "B" and "C" and leaving the DL cam on Straight-up "C" setting, is the acceptable????, and will i encour any dangerous setting conflicts????

BTW, axe VI, 60#/75% @ (i've tried) 27.5-28.5 but i'm trying to find my comfort zone, and i am utilizing the same anchor point during these attempts

i don't mind a small valley, but right now i feel like i'm between a rock and a hard place, kinda like my old reezen
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Old 10-17-2010, 03:43 PM
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Are your draw stops hitting at the same time ? Everything should be on the same letter . And did you put mod lockers on your axe ? If not PIMP MY BOW has a total fix for the slip that will happen with your mods . When you have the correct draw length set it is easy to hold IMO . I can shoot 28.5 dl but i go with 28 so i get past my camo and my 3d suit . But the wall should feel solid and not spongy . You might have a timing issue with your cams . Good luck
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Old 10-17-2010, 03:45 PM
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Oh yeah if this dont help you might need to post up picks of your cams . Check Brace hieght and ATA and tiller .
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Old 10-20-2010, 05:06 AM
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thanks man, the mod lockers are nice.....bow is shooting great,,,,28" @ 60.8 # and all over 290

everything thing else was checking out ATA, Brace, and string stops (timing issues)...only thing i can figure was there was an issue between cam mods and string stop settings (which is visual and i may have screwd those up even though i put them right on the marks), but the mod lockers have it set and it is a shooter

thanks again
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