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Thread: dyna cam draw length and cam timing problem

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    MRHAPPY
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    Default dyna cam draw length and cam timing problem

    i currently have the f4 mod on the 2006 saber se (28 inch mod) i have it on number 2 post, i want to shorten 1/2 inch but when i move to #3 post looks like the cam is over rotated ,is this normal and i really dont have any twists in my string etc, what can be done to get cam back to where it belongs? help

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    Myk
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    If you put the cam back where it "belongs" it will no longer be shortened 1/2".
    Set your timing on the even inch and then shorten.

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    MRHAPPY
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    not sure i understand what you mean (set timing)on even inch? please explain? thanks alot

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    Myk
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    You have 3 posts. 1/2" long, even inch and 1/2" short.

    Timing is having your cam in the correct position for optimum performance. Martin singles are not overly particular about the timing that is why they are able to use the posts to adjust draw length.

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    MRHAPPY
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    so if i move to post three and the cam rotates out of position its still ok?

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    Myk
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    That's your only option if you want to shoot at a length other than the even inches.

    They design the cams to not be picky about timing. And when I was messing with other lengths I found the speed and weight loss to be in limits of the draw length change rather than the draw length change and a bad tune.

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