I have a 70lb Chill @ 29″. Easton fmj. Started with 400s, then 340s and now 300s.
Bad right tear thru paper. To get rid of it, I have to drive my QUAD HDX all the way to the left. Even with this I still have a small tear. Big problem, I have to max out my Spott Hogg all the way to the left as well. But I need to go even further.
Been to 2 Mathews dealers and neither of them were very helpful.
Oh ya, I have also tried 3 different QUAD rests, all with the same results.
For starters, the 400 spine arrow is to weak. The 340 might be ok depending on how long they are cut. The 300 should be just right. I shoot a chill at 70 pounds and 30″ and I am shooting 300 FMJ’s that are cut to 29″ carbon to carbon. I am not having any issues with tuning whether it be field points or broadheads. The only thing that comes to mind would be maybe you are torquing the bow. I can’t be positive, but I think that might be one problem you could be facing. Hopefully somebody with a little more help will chime in!!! Good luck
it has been bearing misaligned in cam, bad limb set, or both. unfortunately ,very little can be done with the avs system to remedy lean, other than a small amount of twisting the loops inside themselves,but this does very little.
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Well…. I actually took it back to a shop today. The owner put me on the phone with a Mathew’s tech. After my explaination of what was wrong and everything that I had attempted to fix it, the tech says they are sending me a complete new set of limbs. Supposed to be here in 3 days.