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    Default Please Help...Does this look right to you????

    Is this right or did they screw up ....are the cable set right...I'm sort of new to this but it looks like the cables should run through the adjustment mods....
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    this is a 2011 Silencer

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    Looks good to me
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    Yeah thats correct. The short serving end of the cable goes in the small slave track, just how it is. The long serving on the other cable goes in the module track. Looks correct!
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    The cable routing is correct. The Nitro cams are a 3 track slaved dual cam vs a 2 track slaved dual cam where both cables would be routed around the same track. It can be somewhat confusing if you are used to shooting bows with 2 track cams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archerx7 View Post
    The cable routing is correct. The Nitro cams are a 3 track slaved dual cam vs a 2 track slaved dual cam where both cables would be routed around the same track. It can be somewhat confusing if you are used to shooting bows with 2 track cams.
    Thanks for this info. My FC400 is the only one I have ever played with so this could save me some embarrassment down the line.

    Does the amount of cam rotation look good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    Thanks for this info. My FC400 is the only one I have ever played with so this could save me some embarrassment down the line.

    Does the amount of cam rotation look good?
    The cams appear to have a bit too much rotation for a FC or Silencer, the only 2011 bow that has that much rotation is the Onza. Could be either the string is a little long or the cables are a little short, or a combination of both.

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    ok thanks...I'm use to single cam bows...This is my first dual cam and my first Martin

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    Do you know anyone with a draw board? It looks like they may be out of sync.
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