Now that you cleared that up I can answer. The cam is where it should be. It needs to be to the left. I just tore mine down a week ago thinking it might be better to center the cam more in the limb fork. What I did was switch the spacers around. The result was that the cable would not track well into the module groove so I switched them back.
I might also add that the only bows I'm aware of that have the string groove at the center of the limb are those with Martin X cams. Since the very inception of the compound bow the string groove has been offset. You set the centershot of your rest accordingly with an initial setup.
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