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It shouldn't be too much, actually pretty normal to have -1/8" Tiller ... back off the top limb one-half turn and you should be able to setup the nock height at 3/16" above perpendicular and centershot at about 11/16" and have a fairly good paper tear. FWIW, I rarely measure and set Static tiller anymore except when I'm troubleshooting. I set the rest when full up to support the arrow at the berger hole, set nock height about 3/16" above perpendicular, make sure cam rotation/timing is set, then draw and sight on target. Once on target, I start pulling into the wall, if the sight wants to climb, back off 1/4-turn on top limb, if it wants to drop, correct lower limb, until you can come on target and pull hard into the wall with the sight holding steady ... another way to do this is to use a very long stabilizer and observe what the end of it does as you pull harder. This method will balance Dynamic Tiller of the limbs.
Some other things I would check first is rest mounting, timing, and fletch clearance
. - The rest must be mounted horizontal when the bow is plumb. That way when in the full up position the launcher will not be leaning away from or toward the string. Leaning toward the string is the worst case, since the launcher will lift the arrow as it raises to rotate forward. Leaning away from the string will cause the rest to drop prematurely/inconsistently and string out the arrow's POI vertically, with changes in nock height not correcting the group's vertical spread. - Use spay foot powder on the last 4" or so of the shaft and fletch to see if there is any contact. No spray foot powder?... shoot a fletched shaft and bare shaft at 10', they should have the same POI. If not, then fletch contact with cables or launcher is suspect. Inspect the fletch to see if there are rub marks, that's a 'red flag'. Inspect the launcher for wear ... if the wear is on one side or the other then centershot is off and can result in fletch contact as well as the shaft climbs the launcher arm. - Check rest timing by shooting cock vane up, then cock vane down, it should clear both ways and the arrows should have same POI. ... hope this helps.
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