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Thread: 2009 Cheetah Tuning Problems

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    riesopje
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    Default 2009 Cheetah Tuning Problems

    I bought a new Cheetah and am having tuning problems. Every time i shoot I can see my arrow fishtail to the right. I shoot a 29" draw at 70 pounds and use Easton Axis arrows with a 400 spine. I have checked the cam and have moved the rest but it didn't seem to help. Is the spine on my arrows wrong? Please help, i'm getting frustrated.

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    davydtune
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    No spine is right on. Have you paper tuned and/or walk back tuned the bow?

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    riesopje
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    When i paper tuned, i moved the rest. Is there something else I have to move if that doesn't work? How do you walk back tune, i'm not familiar with that. Thanks for the reply

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    davydtune
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    Let me run over to Archery Talk and I'll find you a link.

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    davydtune
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    Here ya go.

    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=454036



    If that doesn't work or you don't understand let me know. I think I have the procedure on an Adobe file some where. I can email it to you.

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    riesopje
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    Thanks, I'll try it and get back to you. I really appreciate it.

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    davydtune
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    Quote Originally Posted by riesopje View Post
    Thanks, I'll try it and get back to you. I really appreciate it.
    No prob!

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    riesopje
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    OK, I tried paper tuning my Cheetah last weekend and sometimes it hits great and sometimes it tears high and to the left. I have been shooting for fifteen years so i know it's not my grip or torqueing the bow. Do i need to tune inches from the paper instead of feet? It's really getting frustrating that i can't get this thing tuned. I checked the tiller and they are both exactly the same so i know it's not that. Please help.

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    I believe that your spine is in fact wrong. You should be shooting an arrow with a 340 spine.

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    riesopje
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    Thanks, I'll try that, hopefully it works. I appreciate it.

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