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    Default Tilt Tamer

    What a great product to eliminate torgue . Easy to install . You can feel and see the difference the first time you draw the bow after installation .


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    I've heard some pretty good things about this but haven't seen one in person yet.
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    Gillingham is backing it . Just looking at the unit ...the question in my mind is it looks like the torque would vary in the shot cycle by the angle of the modified bar? Going from a low point and increasing on the shot as the arrow accelerates and the cables get taken back up by the cams and limbs move back to normal ?

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    I don't think the bow is torqued at rest

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    I dont know what line your reading from? Im talking about the change in torque on the shot cycle? from the time you release the string until the nock leaves the string.? I dont know , its just an observation.

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    Lightbulb Bow Torque..

    Quote Originally Posted by Compound Comedian View Post
    I dont know what line your reading from? Im talking about the change in torque on the shot cycle? from the time you release the string until the nock leaves the string.? I dont know , its just an observation.
    Hello,
    Any bow with cam tilt wants to torque as you come to full draw, if you resist that torque it will result in left or right POI (RH or LH archer) that is when you will encounter a "change in torque"
    A bow with no cam tilt has no change in torque during the shot, it feels dead in the hand as you draw the bow. That is from the absense of bow induced torque.
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    If you need more info please contact me through the web page or here if you like.
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    Last edited by old buck; 02-22-2011 at 08:38 AM. Reason: spelling

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    My target bow is shooting a perfect bullet hole through paper, whether I shoot it or whether the Hooter Shooter shoots it, it's always perfect.

    Is there anything I can gain by using a tilt tamer or is this just for bows that are hard to tune?
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    Quote Originally Posted by old buck View Post
    Hello,
    Any bow with cam tilt wants to torque as you come to full draw, if you resist that torque it will result in left or right POI (RH or LH archer) that is when you will encounter a "change in torque"
    A bow with no cam tilt has no change in torque during the shot, it feels dead in the hand as you draw the bow. That is from the absense of bow induced torque.
    Please go to tiltamer.com and look at all the free downloadable info on the bottom of the page "How it works"
    If you need more info please contact me through the web page or here if you like.
    Thanks
    oldbuck
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