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Thread: Acu-Trak Cam system timing

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    Default Acu-Trak Cam system timing

    Is there a way to tell if I have proper rotation and timing on my FC 360?

    Thanks in advance!
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    No -it's not loud. Well...after I adjusted the SOS it's fine. I was just curious if there was a way to tell if everything was okay. Like timing marks or holes.

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    Welcome to the forum, This is were I set mine and it seems to be real quiet and the no vibration from being under or over clocked. It leaves a slight space between the lobe of the cam and the string up to a 1/4" it fine.

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    i thought at one time i had started a thread about cam timeing for the acutrac but cant seem to find it.i will keep looking.

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    Another pic---if that helps....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monofletch View Post
    Another pic---if that helps....
    Like what was said before there is no timing for single cams. But there is a sweet spot where the cam is not coming to the end of the cycle and slamming the end of the lobe also on the other hand were it is not come to the end of the cycle and ending to soon. General rule of thumb that Bfisher mentioned to me is a 1/8 to 1/4 inch in between the string and the cam. In my pic it shows a little red line where I am talking about. It will be hard to see since the pic got shrunk.


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    bigger pic

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    Thanks GD, I too looked for that thread on cam timing I think it disappeared.


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