Axion pulse on a 2010 z7 and turning down z7 poundage?

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  • August 13, 2014 at 1:26 pm #635949 Back to Top REPORT

    cnbh

    Age: 39
    Joined: 8/3/2014
    Location: Mn
    I put a axion pulse on my 2010 z7 set at about 65 and 28″. I dont have a scale, how many turns out can i go To stay above 60#. It says in the manual 2 to 4 pounds a turn. Not very helpfull which one is it. I’m ready to shot at a lower poundage. For the pulse I’m just wondering how the set up was for others? where did the nock point end up? At 90% or a bit high? The vertical ajustment does not have much room to ajust? Where did u set yours? I know should be lined up with the Burger hole but mine seems a bit low and I can’t move it up any more because the plastic arm will run into the roller gaurd brace. I had a downforce on it and love it. But had a few times in the woods where the arrow would end up off the Side of the rest. Im useing 5575 or 400 pro gold tips and 85 gn tip. I got a press and paper tuner. It’s close right now. where did you put the string on the up cable? Mine is 8″ down. Axion says 9 or 10″ down. First post here. Thank you all for your good info in the past I have used and never had to ask a Q till now.
    August 13, 2014 at 2:22 pm #635970 Back to Top REPORT

    Hodag

    Joined: 2/25/2009
    Welcome.  I would say 1 turn is closer to 2#.  You could go to a shop to check it.  Just crank it all the way up, measure weight, turn it down 2 turns and measure again.  Then you know for sure what your bow does.  I got a $20 bow scale some years ago and it turned out to be a good investment.

    My Z7 tuned best at 1/8-3/16″ up from 90*.  You can move you D-loop (or nock) down if the containment arm can’t go higher.  It takes a little move effort but can easily be done. Try to get your arrow centered  in the berger hole if you can, leaving a little room for adjustment if needed. Move the loop/nock from there.  It is not the end of the world if it is not exactly centered.   I would attach the rest draw cord to the cable at the bottom of the grip.   NOTE: I read the Axion Pulse instructions and in does NOT say 8″ down it says 8″ of cord.

    Do you know why Iowa does not have a professional football team?    Then Minnesota would want one.   Again welcome.  Go Packers.

    August 13, 2014 at 3:30 pm #635977 Back to Top REPORT

    cnbh

    Age: 39
    Joined: 8/3/2014
    Location: Mn
    Axion Pulse instructions does not say. In a video on axion or you tube  Shows how to set it up and he talks about it there.  I know I  need a scale. It’s a 45 min drive to the shop I go to.  My brother has one but its a pain to get it. There only about 2 o 25 still. For a meat scale.
    August 13, 2014 at 4:47 pm #635989 Back to Top REPORT

    cnbh

    Age: 39
    Joined: 8/3/2014
    Location: Mn
     

    The first pic is all the tuning, second pic is the first shot at 20 and 3rd pic is my group.  4 out of 5 hit the mark. I don’t shoot real groups because I trash all my sticks.   I did measure with a caliper, the old rest and put the new one as close as I could to what i measured .

     

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