Bow String Depot Buddies

Helping all who do Archery from Bow Strings to Tuning to simple fixes all makes and models: Hoyt, Mathews, Martin, Pse, Xpedition, Elite and more.


    Cam timing

    Share

    NWMO

    Posts : 43
    Join date : 2016-03-08
    Location : Missouri

    Cam timing

    Post by NWMO on Fri Mar 25, 2016 8:30 pm

    Had my '10  Rytera Nemisis on my drawboard. The cable on the bottom cam lays flat in the module when the drawstop hits the limb. The cable on the top cam, however, lacks approximately 1/8" of laying flat in module.
    I'm new to this, I thought tho, that they should be the same.
    Appreciate any information you can give on the fix or if it's as it should be.  Hybrix cams

    Spiker

    Posts : 9
    Join date : 2016-03-09
    Location : Colorado

    Re: Cam timing

    Post by Spiker on Mon Mar 28, 2016 11:48 pm

    Hybrix cams shoot best when they are timed together.
    I'd add a few twists to the down cable untill they hit at the same time.
    avatar
    Arrow Splitter
    Admin
    Admin

    Posts : 87
    Join date : 2016-03-07
    Location : NH, United States

    Re: Cam timing

    Post by Arrow Splitter on Fri Apr 01, 2016 5:23 am

    Spiker wrote:Hybrix cams shoot best when they are timed together.
    I'd add a few twists to the down cable untill they hit at the same time.
    x2 What he said. Cool

    A.S


    _________________
    2011 Martin Firecat
    2007 Martin Jaguar
    Truball, Bohning, Easton, NAP, and others Cool
    avatar
    BULLSEYESBUCKSNBOWS

    Posts : 77
    Join date : 2016-03-08
    Location : western Pa

    Re: Cam timing

    Post by BULLSEYESBUCKSNBOWS on Sun Apr 03, 2016 2:32 pm

    Arrow Splitter wrote:
    Spiker wrote:Hybrix cams shoot best when they are timed together.
    I'd add a few twists to the down cable untill they hit at the same time.
    x2 What he said. Cool

    A.S

    Sponsored content

    Re: Cam timing

    Post by Sponsored content


      Current date/time is Sun Aug 20, 2017 10:50 pm