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2014 Hoyt faktor
I feel like I have to have considerable cam lean to get rid of my left tear...
Wondering how much lean you guys typically have? If I lay an arrow flat on the top cam, the center of the arrow tip is past the arrow string (if that makes sense) lol
I’ve read bout people switching the spacers on the bottom cams?
Any thoughts are greatly appreciated
I don't think it is excessive. Take a picture from the bowstring side looking toward the top cam, it is hard to tell on your other pic on my phone.
Agreed- ^^^ ___ And remember what it looks like when at full draw. You are essentially splitting the difference to get a center point during the power stroke.
Thanks guys, maybe this pic will make it a bit more clear
I don't worry about a little cam lean.
Set your rest center shot and yoke tune until you get a bullet hole thru paper. I've never had to do any further tuning to get FP/BH same POI with my Bowtechs. YMMV with the Hoyt since you only have one yoke.
It’s paper tuned, just seems like it is a lot of cam lean...
Guess not though, that’s what I was looking to hear!
Any other thoughts based on last picture?
are your arrows hitting what you are aiming at and flying well?
Its fine. Shoot it and kill stuff with it!
That is about normal depending on arrow spine, the tune/rest, and the person gripping the bow. (Grip could decrease that to nothing) Look at your bottom if you really want to change the top. If it is out just a little you could shim that one to decrease offset required on top.
I was thinking about switching the bottom spacers but screw it, flys well and tuned we’ll, just seems odd to me..
I’m good to go now