I moved my loop up. I moved my rest down. Nothing. At point blank I get about a 1/2" tear. My timing couldnt be better. At 10' it is a bullet hole. My broadheads and field points have verticle impact differences accordingly.
My initial response would be that the timing actually could be better and that's why your getting a low tear that won't go away. Internet forum "timing rules" don't usually apply to everyone. You need to time your cams to your hand position, aka "creep tuning" or equivalent.
That said, I haven't shot thru paper for about 30 years now. It works great if you have no idea where to initially set your rest and nock prior to actually tuning, or to confirm those settings, which is what most guys use paper for.
If a guy gets bullets thru paper then creep tunes and group tunes at 60, that 1/2" tear is close to where you'll end up anyway, if not more.
I had the same problems (hoyt carbon, QAD rest, almost same set up as you). Couldn't figure it out and relized that it was in my form and release the caused the difference. I was dropping my arm or peaking and that resulted in the groups to show a difference.
Worse case seeing as how the Left and Right is good for your grouping size (arrow is flying straight). Dial in your bow for BH and go hunt!
Also - those are some crazy broad heads. Maybe try something that is known to fly with FP (g5, shuttle's, Slicks) and see if that fixes your problem. Even the Pro's who get their bow dialed in cannot shoot many of the bigger fixed BH on the market without re-adjusting things.
My form has been lacking a bit today. Yesterday I put my neck out of whack doing a workout (upright rows). My neck has an offset in it and I already left a message for my chiropractor today to pay a visit tomorrow. Drawing my bow is an effort.
That being said. "Readjusting"? Do you mean to just sight them in? Is it caused from my FOC changing? 6-40 threads limits my options. I have had 1" groups with field points tonight but that picture was just a random 6-arrow volley. The lighting in my basement sucks so I have a hard time aiming properly. If you look at the 3 holes under the top left 4 ring you can see it.
If your BH group well together (just high of your FP) and no matter what you do, you cannot get them to hit together just set up your bow for BH only.
Maybe try this out first:
---I find that for my hand, the grip on the hoyt causes me to get inconsistant grips. I have to remember to grip it with a low-wrist style. Google it and find some good pictures of the hand placement and practice it.
1- get arrow at perfect 90 degrees and through the berger hole (do not start out nock high)
2- walk back tune with FP starting at 20 and go to 50 yards.
3- at 20 shoot FP and BH. Make small adjustments to get them hitting the same POI (if possible).
4- repeat and BH tune out to 40 or 50.
top cam should hit the stop first by about 1/8 inch for "most" people with hybrids. Your pressure point on the grip can change that. They rarely hit at the same time because of the spread between the grip pressure point and your nock point location.
My preference would be to reduce the size of that nock set by half also. I like that setup best but don't have quite the spread on the loop that you have. That particular loop setup provides for downward arrow pressure at full draw. You might be getting a little arrow/rest reaction at the shot.
You should be able to get a nock high tear pretty easily unless you have an unnatural influence such as that downward pressure or an unusual nock travel driving the back end down at the shot. The top of my nock set is roughly 3/16" up from 90 deg most of the time. That gets my arrow a little bit above 90 and I group tune from there.
if you moved the loop and the peep is too low, you must have moved that loop a bunch.