Originally Posted by Mike K/NJ
I paper tuned, and with it at full draw there is only about 1/8 of an inch max between the arrow and cables. This seems like a design flaw.
On my TAC 15, there is about 1/4" of clearance. I am wondering if the paper tuning has your bow setup wrong, thus causing your fletching problems.
An arrow notched at rest should not change its inclination when it is at full draw.
If you place a TAC to where its rails are level front to back, a notched arrow should also be level front to back. You need digital level, such as Clinometer app on iPhone to check level to 0.1 degrees.
Harder method to check rest height, and you will need a dial caliper. The center of Whisker biscuit should be same distance from rail as center of string from rail measured at rest and also at 3/4 of full draw (part way forward so you can measure string center).
If you are really having to position Whisker Biscuit to where it sits low, whereby arrow has a downward incline, then there may be something wrong with your limbs. A mismatched pair of parallel limbs is nearly impossible to tune and will cause an arrow to have an eradicate flight path.