I have a question about timing my GT500.
First off, I have it timed right now so the draw stops touch at exactly the same time. I used my draw board as well as my press to twist and untwist the cables and string accordingly. Brace and A2A are both right on the money. According to my scale, the draw weight is at 70.8 pounds and peaks at the correct time.
Now however, my timing marks on my cams are in two different places. My top cam cable crosses through the center dot, and my bottom cam crosses through the first dot (or closest to the limb. See pictures below).
Also, it looks like the bottom cam seems to be starting more advanced than the top cam. I guess I just do not understand how the draw stops can be touching at the exact same time, but the cams themselves are telling me they are out of sync. The stops are in the same position on each cam.
What do I need to do to get my cams synced while the bow is at rest, but still keep the draw stops touching at the same time when at full draw?
Right now, if I get the cams timed according to the dots on the cams one draw stop or the other is not touching the limb. If I sync the cams according to the draw stops, the dots are not showing they are synced and the bottom cam seems to be starting more advanced than the top. I have searched this site as well as Archerytalk and can not find the answer to this question. I guess maybe the bow is synced because the draw stops are touching at the right time.
Here are a couple pictures:
Top Cam-Full draw
Bottom Cam-Full Draw
Top cam-at rest
Bottom cam-at rest