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    Default Tuning a monster

    i have had an XLR8 for around a year, i wanna tune it to make sure it's perfect, because i had to switch everything to a hunting setup, and now i've put everything back on for comp, i wanna make sure my centershot is good, i had it put on a hooter shooter last year, and the rest seemed to like to be closer to my riser, also, is there any secrets i dont know, maybe they shoot better with a limb bolt turned out a quarter turn or something weird like that, and advice would be appreciated.

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    You got a lot of bow there. Start by making sure it's in spec. & the easy thing to do is walk back tune. This will get you grouping great at all ranges with you arrows. The walk back is a very effective way to get your bow & arrows working together.

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    Good Advice! Tune it in your own hands and you will have a bow that will never let You down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rev. Juan View Post
    You got a lot of bow there. Start by making sure it's in spec. & the easy thing to do is walk back tune. This will get you grouping great at all ranges with you arrows. The walk back is a very effective way to get your bow & arrows working together.
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    Good advice,



    I didn’t mean to give you a bunch of weird ideas – just things I have done. There are plenty of folks here that have the proper knowledge in bow tuning, maybe someone will chime in.

    I apologize for info, didn’t mean to stir you astray.


    Hopefully you can hook up with someone sharp on the Mathews



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rev. Juan View Post
    You got a lot of bow there. Start by making sure it's in spec. & the easy thing to do is walk back tune. This will get you grouping great at all ranges with you arrows. The walk back is a very effective way to get your bow & arrows working together.
    great advise walkback tuning is a very effictive way of knowing youre bow is in tune with you and not the machine
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