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Otis, thank you. And you sort of followed my very steps. I went to them fancy sights and sure enough the paid off. Yep, I found I could miss more accurately ;)
Spiker, thanks for the re-hash. I spoke with nuts&bolts about twisting strings and cables some time back and we both agreed in principal - do what you gotta do.
Getting kinda perturbed with this one bow, I knew twist this and twist that and went on a rampage... I speced out this bow and began untwisting cables and twisting the bow string torturously. Not only did I get this bow down to my draw length. I made the bow exactly to the mod settings. I took right at 2" out of the draw while maintaining bow specs, ata, bh, and draw weight. Now, I checked arrow speed before the horrendous twisting and after I was done it still had the same velocity.
The bow string was actually trying roll up on it's self, like knot. I didn't care. As soon as I got some draw weight on the string it straightened and with the limbs maxed out it look normal except the spirals of the string sure were close.
So twisting up a bow string isn't all that good. So I backed off to get what I thought better. The next time I run into this, bow being factory, I'll send to M&R Bow Strings and have string made that make it right. By the way, M&R charged me about $100 for the new set of strings, this being labor to find cable and string measurment, cost of strings, testing (make sure it didn't atomic bomb) and shipping the bow back to me.