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REVO STX or REVO SX  

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  1. 1. Which do you like better?



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Right now I own a REVO STX baitcaster and was thinking about getting the REVO SX baitcaster.

Is there anyone that has used both that can chime in on which one they believe is better?

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I believe you own the better reel

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stx is far above the sx. sx is a good reel, but the stx is far better. i have 8 of them.

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Have service 100's of both.

IMO...............

They are basically the same reels inside, differance is bearing count and placement.

Tight Lines All! :fishing1:

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Have service 100's of both.

IMO...............

They are basically the same reels inside, differance is bearing count and placement.

Tight Lines All! :fishing1:

I thought the breaks were different?

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I thought the breaks were different?

Yeah they are. The SX has just magnetic brakes, while the STX has both( atleast the new ones do.)

Stx for sure. I have two SX's and I like them, but that's only because I have them being used mainly for pitching, so they do very little casting. The magnetic brakes are finicky. They seem to like to have backlashes at random, which can get frustrating.

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Im a little late to this one it appears.

I have both and actually prefer the SX. I feel like I can dial it in a little better without the centrifugal brakes.

The STX is a great real nonetheless.

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They aren't vastly different in engineering but, the simple addition of the Centrifugal brake makes the STX worth the $30 extra imo.

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