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    Does anyone here have a picture or method i can use as a reference to determine the optimum rotation of the NOS X cams? I have the C's.

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    I just can give you the factory pictures.
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    hmmmmm.... I think my cams on both bows are a lttle overrotated. The Pantera more so than the Slayer. Is there a definitive mark on the cam that is adjacent to a particular part of the string or limb? It would be nice to have a hard-and-fast tuning mark...

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    thanks for the post Simon. I appreciate it. Where did you get the photo? Is there a whole bunch of these for different cams. I was thinking if we could get one for the M-Pro, all those people who need to know why there cheetah or Bengal is making to much noise can see more easily if there cams are correctly rotated.

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    I have one of this for every bow since 2004.. and some for 1997,1998 and so on. But only the ones from 2006,07 and 08 are in a high quality.
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    Where from?

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    Hm, if i tell you where i got them from then you will get them also.. hmm... i will write you a pm. :P
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    PM recieved, thanks Simon.

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    Oh sure. Thanks guys. Just leave me out of the loop why don't ya?

    That's OK. It saves me some work anyway. I'm going to be retiring one of these days and you guys will be taking over everything. Besides, my mind is pretty well filled up anyway.

    I'd love to learn how to put pictures in, but, alas, my digital camera has crapped out on me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bfisher View Post
    Oh sure. Thanks guys. Just leave me out of the loop why don't ya?

    That's OK. It saves me some work anyway. I'm going to be retiring one of these days and you guys will be taking over everything. Besides, my mind is pretty well filled up anyway.

    I'd love to learn how to put pictures in, but, alas, my digital camera has crapped out on me.
    Oh, come on that is a joke, is it?
    You are not going to retire yourself from this forum. You are just too fascinated by bows and our nice community here. You will last forever, i am sure. :P

    You can find the newer pictures without any problems on the martin site. Just click around a bit. But you will need photoshop to open the files as they are .tif and .psd files.

    What digital cam do you own? I have several Canons, a Sony and a Samsung.
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