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    dartonman
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    Default help! bow will not tune

    just got a darton typhoon last year ....bow is supposed to shoot 400 spine but shoots left no matter what ...tried moving arrow rest ...when i attempt to paper tune the best i can get is tear right 1/2 in ..bow is shooting inconsistent noticeably off the string ...i had a darton yukon 10 years ago ..this was a magnificent bow ..i couldnt miss with it ...i do not think it would be a bow issue but i dont know where to look next

    darton typhoon 67#
    shakey hunter
    beman ics hung 9.1gpi 28in

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    I don't know much about the type of cams on that bow, but with your numbers , aren't you very close to the line between 400 and 340?
    Double check for contact?

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    Default Sometimes

    I whisker Bisquit seems to help bows sometimes that just dont tune correct.

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    Elite bows, Vortex Binos, Trophy Taker sights, Carter releases, Goldtip Arrows. CBE sights, Vapor Trail Strings, B Stinger stabilizers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    I whisker Bisquit seems to help bows sometimes that just dont tune correct.

    DB
    I don't use a WB, but it probably dose help because with the WB. The vanes are dragging through the rest slowing the arrow down a little. Which I think would put resistance on the back of the arrow to straighten it out. I wouldn't want my set up doing that, but I thing Daniel Boone right on the WB. Take a good look at you hand presser. Have some one else shoot it through paper and see if it dose the same for them. Some cams push arrows harder than others so you need a little stiffer spine arrows. Make sure your cams are rolling over the same at full draw and relaxed the same. Try a lighter point to stiffen the arrows spine or try changing you brace height an little. Some times that works to by making the arrow come off the string a different distance from the rest and changing the power stroke a little

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    you should take to your local archery shop let them figure it out

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    dartonman
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    Default 340s worked

    thanks, changed my arrows..went to a carbon express 6075..which is equivilent to 340 i think... i found tune between 10/16 and 11/16....but why is centershot in so close to the riser ...is this normal? groups are ok but it should be at least 13/16 on a darton

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    give me the specifications of your setup,

    Draw weight
    draw length
    arrow length
    what's on the string
    what point weight
    what fletching
    what nock
    wrap?
    Mike "Javi" Cooper

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