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Quantum Team KVD Baitcast Reel

   

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KVD100HPTA,,BX3

Right

7.0:1

Line Capacity:
12/120

Braid Capacity:
30/110

Ball Bearings:
7+1

Max Drag:
16 Lbs.

Recovery:
28"

Reel Weight (oz):
8.2
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KVD100SPTA,,BX3

Right

6.3:1

Line Capacity:
12/120

Braid Capacity:
30/110

Ball Bearings:
7+1

Max Drag:
17 Lbs.

Recovery:
26"

Reel Weight (oz):
8.2
  • $119.99

  • SKU: 2073169

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Designed by the most successful professional fisherman in history, Quantum® Team KVD Baitcast Reels give you an advantage over other anglers. The brass PT main gear is precision machined for smooth, powerful performance. It's built with a strong 1-piece aluminum frame with an aluminum gear-side cover, and features 8 stainless steel bearings, and Quantum's exclusive CentriMag™ dual cast control system ensures that your cast is perfect from launch to landing. A convenient flippin' switch lets you switch techniques in an instant, and the curved aluminum handle features EVA handle knobs.

  • Designed by Kevin VanDam
  • 8 super-smooth bearings
  • 1-pc. aluminum frame
  • Brass PT main gear
  • Aluminum gear side cover
  • Flippin switch
  • CentriMag dual cast control
  • EVA handle knobs
  • Curved aluminum handle
Quantum Team KVD Baitcast Reel 3.5 5 18 18
Backlash Nightmare can't tighten the reel adjustment knob tight enough to stop backlashes... it's all the way tight and still backlashes every cast... no bueno February 23, 2015
Buy only if you like backlashes Bought two of these earlier in the week for a 9 hour tournament today...more for backup, but ended up needed them and since I had one with worm, one with crankbait, I was reaching for them often. In hindsight, I should've put those lures on my known-good reels. Had them both on Skeleton rods. After adjusting the brakes the morning of, I was a bit surprised on my first cast and first backlash. Same thing on the second, third, fourth...you gotta be kidding me. Partner got a bite on worm, so I switched to my second one with the worm: backlashes all over again. I hindsight, I should've put these away and used my other rod/reel combos, oh well. Both these disappointing reels will be going back to bps this week and will be picking up a couple of the tried and true Energy reels. August 3, 2014
Awesome Reel!! Got this reel for Christmas and went straight to the lake with it. I set the centrifugal adjustment to 2 before starting and just tweaked the other two brakes from there. After getting it tuned in I didn't have to adjust it at all after that and it casts a mile. It's the only baitcast reel I haven't backlashed... Yet. I'm sure it will happen but it will be all my fault when it happens. I have 10+ other baitcast reels mostly Abu and Quantum but this is definitely my favorite. December 25, 2014
Cast Cast Backlash My reel cast excellent but you cant fish with it becasue it backlashes like crazy! January 15, 2015
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Do you need to make internal adjustment's
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Yes you definitely because the exterior magnet is much weaker than an average baitcaster magnet so it can be more accurate. For big adjustments use the internal adjustment if you keep it a zero you will get lots of backlashes. i have mine at 1 or 2.
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As far as the centrifugal brakes, I set two of mine opposite of each other and then don't bother it after that. My magnetic brake is on zero. I use it if I need to on windy days...
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This reel does have a Dual cast control. The internal control is on the end of the spool and is your primary. You will need to adjust this first, then fine tune with your external dial and spool tension knob.
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Side plate

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How do you remove the side plat to get to the internal brakes . On instructions with the reel at all .
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There is a screw above the side tension cap. Unscrew it with your fingers and then pull it out as far as it goes. It doesn't come all the way out. While holding the screw out, twist the side plate either backward or forward to release the cover. I don't have it in front of me so I'm not sure of the direction. Then, there you have the brakes. When you put it back on, pull that screw out again and twist the cover back in place.
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Just slide the button on the bottom of the side cover, and rotate the cover downward about ¼ turn. You can then pull the side cover from the frame and remove the spool. Here is a video online that shows you a how to remove a side plate see from minute 2:37, see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96lZBGfh0ng. Thank you!
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backlash adjustment's

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I never purchased DUAL BRAKE SYSTEM reel. I would like to know how you know, how much to adjust the internal pin adjustment ,as well as the outside adjustment for backlash. Also how is the flip switch set up, and how and why do you use it. I would like to get a magnetic and centrifugal brake adjustment reel, but I'm worried I won't be able to dial it in. Why did you purchase this reel over the Pro Bass Pro Qualifier reel. As far as looks this Quantum is the best looking and has a aluminum gear side cover as well as one piece aluminum frame this alone should make it stronger. But it cost 20 more than the Pro Qualifier and both reels have excellent review's. Does the flipping switch give anybody problems. Thanking everybody in advance.
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Hi, additions to the other answer below here are some online videos that will show you how to set the breaks: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgRm2A8LGik and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_0xMmunras.

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the dual brake system is tricky when you first get it. When i first got it i had the internal pin at 3 and the regular magnet at 5-2 but you cant really cast far with that so when i got used to it i changed the internal pin to 2 and the regular magnet to 4-6 that is what i use now. i personally think 1 or 0 not strong enough on the secondary braking system because it almost always backlashes. the flipping switch does exactly what it is made to do what it does is stop the spool when you let go of the casting button so you don't have to put your finger on the spool and stop the line and move the handle to completely stop the line
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The way I have set up my dual braking reels is this approach:
1. Set your spool tension bu the weight of your lure dropping from rod tip to water with little if any over running loops. Absolutely not magnetic braking or pins out during this.
2. With all pins out, but magnetic off, make a cast or two. If pins are enough to stop back lashes, begin reducing the number of pins out until you need to add magnetic control to smooth the cast out but maintain long distance.
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Reading the forth review I understand it to have the same brake esteem as the pro Qualifier ,very easy to set up. read it and the instructions and I think you will find it to be easy . I have the pro Qualifier and plane on getting the KVD. Think it will be a up grade .
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KVD or Pro Quilifier

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Has anyone compared this reel with the bass pro Pro Quilifier ? If so how does it compare ?
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I had one of the bass pro low profile reels, don't remember which one, but the abu garcia is much much smoother.
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Both reels are great options. You might try both out and which one you do not like send back for a refund. Thanks!
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