|Reel Name||Gear Ratio||Weight||Bearing Count||Maximum Drag||Line Retrive per Turn (IPT)||Line Capacity||Handle Length||MSRP|
|2004C||4.9:1||7.2oz||9+1RB||4.4 Pounds||26.76 Inches||3lb - 140m / 4lb - 100m||45mm||¥47000|
|2004CW||4.9:1||7.76oz||10+1RB||4.4 Pounds||26.76 Inches||3lb - 140m / 4lb - 100m||90mm||¥48000|
|2506C||4.9:1||7.58oz||9+1RB||6.6 Pounds||27.95 Inches||3lb - 140m / 4lb - 100m||45mm||¥48000|
|2506CW||4.9:1||8.11oz||10+1RB||6.6 Pounds||27.95 Inches||3lb - 140m / 4lb - 100m||90mm||¥49000|
The Team Daiwa X-C was introduced in 2000 as a less expensive and less refined version of the newly introduced Team Daiwa Z-C. The reel came in four models all sporting ABS spools and Air Bails. The reel lacks the Twist Buster 2, but includes the titanium coated line roller. The handle sports a coated compression cork knob (two in the CW) and one ball bearing. The CW model is a double paddle handle with two knobs. The reel came with a neoprene reel case.