Presso Spool

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goldrod
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Presso Spool

Post by goldrod » Sun Sep 29, 2019 1:31 pm

What the pros of a silver creek presso spool? I see one on a JDM site thats relatively inexpensive..
id like to know prior to purchasing this time around.. I have the airy red spool and the finesse special spool but I have not used either of them. Last time I just brought parts I ended up with an SV105 and SV1012 spool ( both were purple and both were the same color as the accents of the steez EX that I have ) .. finding out that they were identical with the exception of the thickness of the inductor was costly so I dont want to repeat the same thing with these pixy spools..
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Re: Presso Spool

Post by Schlag » Tue Oct 01, 2019 8:07 am

The Presso spool has a fixed inductor. It casts differently than the airy red, PX68 or ACS. It's more suited to cast out 3/16 oz hard baits or greater. You have to put a little more into your cast to get the distance, but the spool is very tame. I have very little issues using light braid on this spool, even in high winds. I've never upgraded the spool bearings on my Presso.

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Re: Presso Spool

Post by goldrod » Tue Oct 01, 2019 2:12 pm

Schlag wrote:
Tue Oct 01, 2019 8:07 am
The Presso spool has a fixed inductor. It casts differently than the airy red, PX68 or ACS. It's more suited to cast out 3/16 oz hard baits or greater. You have to put a little more into your cast to get the distance, but the spool is very tame. I have very little issues using light braid on this spool, even in high winds. I've never upgraded the spool bearings on my Presso.
What’s the ACS?
The presso spool can be used in other platforms right?

Thanks for the initial feedback. I saw a video of the presso and the guy did put some ump into his casting.
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Re: Presso Spool

Post by Schlag » Tue Oct 01, 2019 8:07 pm

goldrod wrote:
Tue Oct 01, 2019 2:12 pm
Schlag wrote:
Tue Oct 01, 2019 8:07 am
The Presso spool has a fixed inductor. It casts differently than the airy red, PX68 or ACS. It's more suited to cast out 3/16 oz hard baits or greater. You have to put a little more into your cast to get the distance, but the spool is very tame. I have very little issues using light braid on this spool, even in high winds. I've never upgraded the spool bearings on my Presso.
What’s the ACS?
The presso spool can be used in other platforms right?

Thanks for the initial feedback. I saw a video of the presso and the guy did put some ump into his casting.
My bad. ASC. Alphas Air Stream Custom.

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