Was a little skeptical at first but after purchasing and installing the Tilt Tamer I am a believer. The setup is relatively easy, the only real issue and this may just be with the Judge as it is a "6 BH is that my cables would rub when I first installed it. This was remedied by swapping the cables making the cable that used to cross over top now on bottom. This did not affect the timing of the bow in the least. Once the Tamer was adjusted for fletching clearance and set to where I would be shooting with it I checked the timing (on a draw board) with and without it installed and nothing changed. No other manufacturer’s specs changed i.e. DW, DL, ATA, BH
Immediately after drawing back the first time there was noticeable difference in the way the bow felt at full draw. It now settles into a neutral position much more naturally and seems smoother in the draw cycle. My first shot was ~"6 right of the bull. What the heck? I moved sight window right till I was hitting dead on with the bull’s eye from 20yds. Then I then came to realize that my sight pins were directly in line and I mean dead center with my rest and string. This has always been a pet peeve of mine that with a Binary cam setup, cam lean causes sight pins to be adjusted to the left slightly for a RH shooter. I owned a BT 82nd Airborne prior to the Elite Judge and it setup the same way. I know you naysayers out there will say it was caused by my anchor point, etc. This is not the case it is caused by cam lean. There is just no way to get around it given a binary cam setup. UNTIL NOW that is, the Tilt Tamer is a great product say goodbye to cam lean forever!
It is definitely something that improves your bow not only by accuracy and shootability but wear and tear as well. With the Tamer installed the lateral tension that was once applied to your cables by the stock cable guard is now greatly reduced which in turn prolongs the life of your bow. Less twist on the limbs, cams, axles and bearings makes for longer lasting components. I would not be surprised if you start seeing Tilt Tamers or variations of it installed from the factory on future bow models, it just makes sense.
By the way I am a customer and in no way, shape, or form associated with Joe Marzullo or Tilt Tamer. However Joe, if you come out with some product swag i.e. ball cap, shirt, etc.
I am not below accepting a token of appreciation for the review here.... :-)