View Full Version : Does tiller have any effect on binary systems?
01-31-2008, 04:18 PM
I was just curious to know if tiller has any relevance to the timing or sync of a binary system? Also, if there is an effect, how does Kevin suggest the till be set, even?
Thanks for the opportunity to be educated.
02-03-2008, 10:44 AM
i have ask this question also, never got a answere, i would think it would have to be important and play a role on timing?
02-03-2008, 08:22 PM
Yes, even tiller from everything I have been told
02-04-2008, 01:40 AM
Honestly it is a mute point on this type of cam system. I never check it. You can for fun back one limb off two turns reset your nock point and shoot a bullet hole. If you don't believe me try it.:magic:
02-04-2008, 06:21 AM
learn something new evey day. THanks for the info...I stand corrected!
02-04-2008, 09:14 AM
so if one bolt is a quarter turn more than the other it will effect nock point correct?
02-04-2008, 11:14 AM
The binary system is one sweet deal. The reason I asked is because it makes it simple to clean up minor nocking point issues. For instance, if you have a low nocking point, a little tightening to the top limb bolt will move it up and vice versa for a high nocking point. This beats the heck out of trying to slide or screw a nocking point 1/16 of an inch. A lot of times folks forget that with certain types of bows, the limb bolts are as an important tuning tool as any. I learned a long time ago that when trying to find a good spine matched arrow, not to be afraid to go to the limb bolts and take or add a pound. Too many times I see folks trying to force an arrow to match a bow when manufactures intentionally provided us with the potential to match the bow to the arrow.
Thanks again for the info.
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