Abu Garcia Revo SX Baitcast Reel
Constructed from corrosion-resistant X2-Cräftic aluminum alloy, the Abu Garcia® Revo® SX Baitcaster offers light weight and increased durability. The Revo SX boasts stainless steel bearings plus an Infini II™ spool design for smooth casting with added distance. A Carbon Matrix™ drag system provides smooth, consistent drag pressure across the entire drag range. The Revo SX Reel’s D2 Gear Design™ provides a more efficient gear system with improved gear durability. A MagTrax™ magnetic brake system gives consistent brake pressure throughout the cast. An Infini II spool design is used for extended castability and extreme loads. Other features include a compact bent handle and star for a more ergonomic grip. A titanium-coated line guide reduces friction and improves durability.
- Nine stainless steel ball bearings + one roller bearing
- X2-Cräftic™ alloy frame for increased corrosion resistance
- C6 carbon handle sideplate
- D2 Gear Design
- MagTrax brake system
- Carbon Matrix drag system
- Infini II spool design
- Compact bent handle and star
- Ti-coated line guide
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The basic SX takes in 26" inches of line per turn. The SXHS takes in 29" inches per turn.
line size 12-20 flouro and braid for flipping works great.
1. is the water free from obstructions? such as trees etc
2. the clarity of the water
if it has heavy obstructions and dirty water 14+ test clear unobstructed 8-10.
I never use braid in clear water as it repels strikes, don t like it in general as when you snag or pull on it, the line "buries" in the spool causing break offs. Also braid does not do well with sharp objects such as rocks and abrasive items. some of the more expensive Fluorocarbons such as the Halo is acceptable. Most flourocarbons are very brittle and do not do well with abrasion. Learned this by losing some large fish. If I am fishing in "junk" rocks, trees heavy heavy stuff, I use Copolymer, it has a lot of memory, but I have literally uprooted bushes and brought back lures. I hope this helps....