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    Question bow tuning

    i need to know how to tune my hoyt vulcan. can anyone help, please? thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dantebowhunter View Post
    i need to know how to tune my hoyt vulcan. can anyone help, please? thank you, dantebowhunter@yahoo.com
    where did you get it??

    do you own a bow press??

    are you familier with how to properly press a hoyt??
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    I'm not sure what you know about bow tuning in general, so I'll suggest searching compound bow tuning on the web. Print and read what seemes to apply. Also, many great books have been printed on this subject. Larry Wise has helped me alot. As far as tuning tips specific to your bow, I suggest contacting a Hoyt dealer. I learned only recently, that there is new information out on timing Hoyt's old cam&1/2. I happen to have these cams on my bow. My bow shoots better than ever, now. Remember, this is supposed to be fun. There is nothing to be gained when I beat my head against a wall, instead of asking for help. Many, but not all of us are "do it yourselfer's". Bow tuning is as much an art as it is a science. Have fun, I do.

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    The "stay tuned" dvd by lee earl is great. Dont know if he sells it here but you can find it at AT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathews Man View Post
    The "stay tuned" dvd by lee earl is great. Dont know if he sells it here but you can find it at AT.
    I learned alot from his DVD,filled in the gaps so to speak..............

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    If you don't own a press...which I assume you don't.....you are going to need one.

    You have 2 options.....read Javi's article on Tuning the Cam 1/2 and or buy GRIVs DVD on tuning....LeEarls doesn't cover the cam 1/2.

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