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New Generation Roro X Spool (SiC Titanium Spool ) Key Feature
- Stronger and lighter 7A19 aluminum alloy spool body
- 7A19 aluminum alloy brake rotor
- TC4 Titanium Alloy Spool Shaft
- 2mm SiC ball bearing incorporated at the end of the spool shaft for smoother spool rotation
- Spool slope angles tuned to increase line management for smoother casting and even line lay on the spool
- Spool edge modified to virtually eliminate line getting trapped between frame and spool edge
- Reduced overall spool weight compared to previous model
- Pre-installed Roro BFS ST Spool Bearing (Silent Tune) on spool shaft
For example, Roro X spool AX24 upgrades to AX22 detail as below:
The AX22 X Spool for the 2020 Daiwa Alphas Air TW, 2020 Steez Air TW, 2021Gekkabijin Air TW and 2022 Silver Creek Air TW Stream Custom is a new generation as an upgrade over AX24 X Spool.
- Standard model: AX22 weighs 4.45g (incl. bearing) while AX24 weighs 4.6g (incl. bearing)
- Thicken model: AX22 weighs 4.65g (incl. bearing) while AX24 weighs 4.9g (incl. bearing)
- AX22 features a stronger and lighter 7A19 aluminum alloy spool body, whereas AX24 uses 7178 aluminum alloy
- AX22 has a 7A19 aluminum alloy brake rotor, while AX24 uses 7178 aluminum alloy
- AX22 uses a TC4 Titanium Alloy Spool Shaft, while AX24 uses 7178 Aluminum Spool shaft
- AX22 incorporates a 2mm SiC ceramic ball bearing at the end of the spool shaft for smoother rotation, while AX24 does not have a ball embedded on the spool shaft
- AX22 includes a 1034BFS ST (Silent Tune) Spool Bearing pre-installed on the spool shaft, while AX24 has a Stainless Steel 1044 spool bearing pre-installed
- AX22 has spool slope angles that are tuned to increase line management, resulting in smoother casting and more even line lay on the spool
- AX22 has a modified spool edge that virtually eliminates the line from getting trapped between the frame and spool edge.