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[quote]Helim[/u] *Grub 1 1/4" from where string leaves cam to bottom of grub...as there is no string suppressor to measure from...Note Thats with Cam alignment/timing cable centered in window...if high or low allow for that 1 1/4 measurement... *Idler wheel lean is closer to string than most models...some even in line with straight edge at nock point. [color=red:24w75fkw]* The HeliM really shoots well slightly low in alignment/timing window and ATA 1/16 short...which is standard specs when we retune spec on the HeliM.[/color:24w75fkw] * Assure that set screws are always tight on roller guard, Dead Stop and modular on cam...as these have been known to loosen on the Helim, Blue locktite can be used to secure as the Blue will break free when needed.. [img]http://forums.mathewsinc.com/images/userpix/6673_8674_Untitled1_186_2.jpg[/img]
Neil[/quote:24w75fkw] Neil, Could you show a pic of what you consider low? I'm setting my Helim to spec and I have the cable on the low side but don't want to be to low because my ATA is right at 30 and I would like to get to that 1/16 under you said worked well. If my timing is where you recommend then do I add twist to string to drop that extra 1/16? Never thought I'd be seeking the help of a Canadian
ha ha just kidding, thanks for the help![/quote:24w75fkw]
Even if strings have well settled...when spec tuning they will settle slightly again with twisting of strings... so I set the cable low in window and it will settle 100% dead center...or as I like mine still slightly low in window... [color=green:24w75fkw]Green[/color:24w75fkw] being cable when spec tuning... [img]http://forums.mathewsinc.com/images/userpix/6673_3_reezenCam_2Low_1.jpg[/img] Neil
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