I thought I knew what the heck I was doing but, OK time to swallow my pride and ask for help!
I have tried everything! I'm paper tuning and I can't get a decent tear no matter what I do. My problem is that I keep getting a nock high tear. The tear is always about 1.5 to 2 inches.
Bow is Scepter 4 X-system set to 55lbs
Arrows are Nono XR's 530's @ 27.75"
I'm using bohning 1.75 shield vanes
The obvious answer is to move the nock down well I've done that to the point where it's 3/8" below where most of us suggest that you start from and to be honest it looks ridiculous that way. To top it off with fingers It still gives me a high tear, if I use a back tension release with the rope wrapped above the nock then I can get a bullet hole. But I'm a finger shooter so that's not much help.
So here are the other things I have tried
Moving the nock down more
Moving the nock up
Changing the tiller in both directions
Changing the Cam timing in both directions
lowering the draw weight
At this point I'm beginning to wonder if this might be an issue with the limbs one being stronger then the other? or that the point weight is to heavy giving me an exaggerated FOC. I don't know I'm grasping at straws here.
I'm at a loss if you guys have any ideas no matter how far fetched I'm open to hear about them.