I noticed a lot of guys are asking for tuning help. Either they don't have the speed they think they should have or they can't get to the third dot , etc, etc. What ever the tuning issue may be, BEFORE you start twisting and untwisting you need to MEASURE the cables and strings first.
So many tuning problems with these bows can be a direct result of stretched strings. Not all of them , but a lot.
Measuring the strings can save you a few headaches and a lot of time.
I know what your thinking....My bow is only a week old!!! How can the strings be stretched already. Don't assume they are not. ESPECIALLY if your speed,or ANY one of DL,DW,ATA and cam position is not correct.
Keep in mind this procedure needs to be done under 100lbs. of tension. This is key to a proper measurement.
Also , anchor your strings w/ a nail or spike the same size as the pegs on the cams. I believe it's 1/4 in. , but someone correct me if I'm wrong.
Measure them from the outside to outside of the loop.
There are a few simple ways to do it , and if you have a draw board you can use your immagination to find a way to anchor the end and attach it to your scale and winch to check the tension.
I know some members have built extensions for their boards to do measuring.
If you measure your strings first I think you'll find tuning much easier and a whole lot faster.
I hope this helps.