George, I'm at 8.5" with a D-97 Flemish string. I haven't tried a different tiller on this one. Thanks much for that one.
I'm shooting Easton ST 600's full length, 30". Also, GT 1535 full length. The one arrow that seems to run with minimum noise is a coupla 2117's I have laying around. Those are at 31" with 145 gr. tips.
I have the 21" with short limbs Samick privalage and Black Max and it seems to shoot quiet with the limb bolts in and an even tiller and at the high end of the brace height of 8 1/4. I do have Simms limb savers on the fades and cat whiskers on the string and nothing else.
I have a 21" Excel with 62# TradTech carbon wood mediums on it.
It is a 64" bow.
Brace height is set to 8.5"
Tiller is set dead even.
I draw 29"
I do have a bow quiver on this bow.
I have acrylic yarn silencers at 10.25" from the tips of the limbs.
I have 3/4" velcro discs (the fuzzy side) stuck on the limbs right at the string groove run out.
I'm shooting 625gr arrows.
The bow has a unique sound to it, but to me is very quiet. Here is a video where you can hear how it sounds. The quilty of sound this microphone produces is really good. I know it is only one shot, but what you hear in the video is the sound I get every shot. Pay no attention to the shooting, or my hick talking 8^) Just listen to the bow.