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I am running long Black Max carbon limbs on a Titan III riser. If anyone else is running the long limbs on this riser, I would like to know what brace you are using. I am at 8" from deepest part of grip to string and still noisier than my compound. Shooting Easton Aftermaths but woods are no better
 

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http://www.tradtecharchery.com/media/manufacturer_resources/TitanII&III_Guide.pdf
Another forum member provided this the other day...I saved it. See if it helps.

I usually start at the bottom end of the recommendations, twist two turns at a time and shoot point on at a line on my target, measuring /recording BH and the gaps each time. You'll see the groups rise and then suddenly start to drop. Set your BH to the last measurement before it started to drop, that's where it's getting all the stored energy that you'd otherwise lose to noise and hand shock.
 

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Thanks. Does not look like the instruction sheet I got. I suspect I got a sheet for the wood riser bows.....
 

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FWIW, I shot my Titan III with Inno Primes at a brace of 8 to 8 1/8 with a D97 16 strand flemish string and full length Beman Bowhunter 400 full length arrows. It was very quiet. String had one cat whisker cut in half and tied 6" from the upper and lower string grooves.
 
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