Not if you twist the string like Geno said.
your LBs were high to begin and DL long, that simply leaves twisting the string. When you get the DL perfect and it is at 70lbs your valley will be better as well as the performance and noise level will be quieter I bet.
Ok, I've removed the twist from the cables back to where I started. The aim string has been twisted to get it to 28.5 inches. The DW is 69 lbs and the draw stops are maxed.
I tried to verify that i had the metal ruler in the correct position on my draw board. After drawing the bow on the board to the lowest weight on the digital scale, I measured from string at nocking point to the inside of the grip (where post of draw board was. It was at 26.75 inches which makes it 28.5 total. Just want to make sure it's where it should be.
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Id put 2 twists in the string and 2 in each cable and see what that gets ya, it should tighten everything and give your draw stops a little room/valley.
Whats the ATA?
Archery hunter PA and L-train gotcha going in the right direction! L-train's last advise should start the process to more valley imo
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have you measured your let off ?
latest specs after adding 2 twist in the aim string and each cable.
A-A is 34 6/8ths
DL is 28.5
DW is 69.4 lbs
letoff is 15.1 lbs
i did achieve the greatest DW at late in the draw cycle, approx 11 inches. But, from 6 inches to 11 inches, it only gained about 1 lb.
If the timing dots matter, they both match and cables are between first and second dot.
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Some very good info here. Keep us posted how the valley ends up.
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