Track amethyst bowling ball

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Jul 25, 2018 - 2 - Available SPEC'S 15.3 3.4 3.5 - 4.0 15.3 3.33 3.5 - 4.0 OverView This ball was designed to be the perfect compliment to the original HALO. Amazon.com: Track Bowling Kinetic Ball, Amethyst, Size 16: Sports & Outdoors. Track Kinetic Amethyst Bowling Ball. Color: Purple/Light Purple; Coverstock: QR-6 Pearl; Weight Block: Modified Kinetic; Factory Finish: 500 / 1000 Abralon.

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The Kinetic goes Amethyst…

First Impressions
The Kinetic Amethyst looks to fill a gap in the Track lineup where you need a cleaner look. It’s clean for sure. Not as snappy as we thought it would be but has potential.

Our Testers:

Justin Kleinspehn (Righty)
Style: High Rev
RPM: 475 rpm
PAP: 5 & 1 1/4 up
Average Speed: 19.5 mph (at release)
Axis tilt: low
Axis rotation: medium
Test Equipment: 15 Pounds
Layout: 40 x 5 x 30
Intent: Quick roll with a quick transition at the breakpoint

Dan Young (Righty)
Style: Rev/Speed matched
RPM: 400 rpm
PAP: 5 & 1/8 up
Average Speed: 18.5 mph (at release)
Axis tilt: high
Axis rotation: medium
Test Equipment: 15 Pounds
Layout: 35 x 4 x 30
Intent: Quick roll with a quick transition at the breakpoint

Thanks to Greg Bickta and Perfect Aim Pro Shop for drilling our equipment.
Thanks to Limerick Bowl in Limerick, PA.

Buy the Track Kinetic Amethyst at PerfactAimBowling.com.

“Keep in mind that coverstock accounts for 70% of ball reaction, but the core creates the dynamic shape of the reaction. Your driller will alter the shape to suit your game.”

Test Pattern:
THS: 40ft, 23ml

Value
B
The Kinetic Amethyst is a mid-priced ball. It seems to have a bit of a defined slot of usability. Still gets decent marks for value.

Specs
The Track Kinetic Amethyst uses the Modified Kinetic core wrapped in the QR-6 Pearl coverstock.
15 pound = RG of 2.49, diff of .038, mb of .005
14 pound = RG of 2.48, diff of .041 mb of .005
Coverstock finish: 500/1000 abralon with factory polish

Overall
THS: B

The Modified Kinetic Core is clearly a stalwart at this point for Track. It seems every brand has found at least one winner that can be reused over and over again. In this case, they added a clean pearl coverstock to give it more length and make it a stepdown ball. In theory you can have an arsenal of all Kinetic balls and be totally fine on a house shot.
When I first saw this ball, it kind of looked a bit like a skid/flip formula. In practice for us, it is definitely clean but not super snappy. It’s like Track put in a “thin” type coverstock on this ball. What I mean is one that gets length and is very quick to dry which shrinks the hook phase of the skid/hook/roll shape of a ball. That it does but the core is not quite a “thin” core. Meaning it’s not a loping core which typically compliments the thin coverstock. That takes it up a notch from the low end balls in terms of ball reaction. It seems a bit of a fight between the core and cover, one which the cover wins generally speaking.
What does all of that mean? It means you won’t get huge skid/flip. You will get easy length. You will get good but smoother motion. It’s just that you have to find the friction at the right length on the lane to get the ball to read. So if you find friction too far downlane, the ball will be lazy making it back. If you find it too early, you may not hold pocket.
On the fresh house shot, Justin has a great look with the Amethyst. His roll and style blends well with this piece. He generates natural length so the ball gradually reads the friction. He’s scored extremely well with this piece already, especially in houses that have down lane friction that adds drive which amplifies carry.
What’s interesting is in theory you would think the Amethyst would work well on burn where you get a cleaner and snappier look. However, the ball went from looking fantastic to being over/under. Now it noses up in the friction that’s been created but when you move into the heavy house shot volume, it pukes. Hmmm… This somewhat boxes the ball in terms of condition specificity. So while it may be a good option on medium or lower volumes while the shot is fresh, it may not be the ball you can drop to from another kinetic or more aggressive piece because of the reaction we described. I think this will be pattern specific but knowing how walled up house shots can be, I worry this will be the standard situation.

Dan is our second tester. He’s got a decent rev rate but with much more tilt. So he generates good length in a different way than Justin. On the fresh it’s either there or not. It has been playable for Dan generally speaking but sometimes he sees the same thing in terms of over/under on fresh. If he parallels in, he gets less motion because the ball seems to skid too far. The ball is obviously clean and not super aggressive off the friction. You can see the ball is close all the time but just seems to enter the pocket differently with each shot. The volume is a little much for this ball right now. So it seems the ball prefers a lower volume fresh shot. For second shift, Dan had a pretty good look. Again, he has to be careful of getting into the friction too early but he got good bounce off the dry. It was probably a better look for Dan and his style on second shift than it was for Justin.

Final Thoughts
In the end, the Track Kinetic Amethyst is a decent ball. It’s definitely not the most versatile ball from the Kinetic line and clearly a step down. The issue we saw was that it really isn’t a step down in terms of use. It’s first out of the bag on lower volumes but one that was more tricky when the medium pattern was starting to dry out. So I can give it credit for the former if you recognize the limitation of the latter. It’s a pretty ball and on a lower volume house pattern, the ball looks great. Just ask Justin how many award scores he’s already throw with it…

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Kinetic Amethyst

Track Kinetic Amethyst - The Modified Kinetic core just keeps on coming, and with it comes the new Kinetic Amethyst. With the QR-6 Pearl coverstock, this Kinetic will give you the most responsive downlane motion of the Kinetic series.

QR-6 Pearl - The QR-6 Pearl coverstock offers great length with the fastest response to friction in Track’s Mid Price line-up. Combined with a 500/1000 polished finish, this cover is best suited for medium oil patterns.

Modified Kinetic – The Modified Kinetic core is back by popular demand. This low RG, medium differential and low MB core stores energy longer and uses it quicker than Track’s other mid performance cores. You wont find an asymmetric core for this price anywhere!

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Track Kinetic Amethyst Bowling Ball Review

The Kinetic Amethyst is the newest addition to Track’s Mid Performance line. This ball joins the asymmetrical Kinetic Ruby and Kinetic Emerald in this line, along with the symmetrical Ultra Heat. The Amethyst provides the most length of the current balls at this price point for Track. On the inside, it shares the same Modified Kinetic weight block with both the Emerald and the Ruby. Its coverstock is QR-6 Pearl, which comes out of the box with a polished 500/1000 Abralon finish that provides effortless length.

The Kinetic Amethyst was best on our medium oil test pattern, both when it was fresh and after it had transitioned. Each of our three testers could play close to their comfort zones on this pattern, using the length from the cover to push their balls to the breakpoint. Tweener liked his reaction the best on the fresh. He got his ball started on 21 off his hand, across 16 at the arrows, and out to nine at the breakpoint. His ball never tried to hook early, helping it to retain lots of energy for the breakpoint and back end. Stroker and Cranker could get to the pocket, but they didn’t have as much room for error downlane as Tweener. Stroker was playing straighter up the outside part

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

Track Kinetic Amethyst Bowling Ball

Track continues the popular Kinetic series in the Track Kinetic Amethyst. This ball features the modified Kinetic core which has a low RG, medium differential, and low mass bias. These components allow this ball to save its energy longer but use it quicker. Track has combined this core with the QR-6 Pearl coverstock which gives length with a quick reaction to friction. With a 500/1000 grit polished finish this ball is recommended for medium oil patterns. This mid performance ball with a mid performance price and an asymmetric core is hard to beat.

  • Color: Purple/Light Purple All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
  • Coverstock: QR-6 Pearl
  • Core: Modified Kinetic
  • Finish: 500/1000 Abralon Polished w/ Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish
  • RG: 2.49**
  • Differential: .038**
  • ** RG and Diff are based off of 15 lb. balls
  • Reaction: Length w/ Strong Backend
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Oil
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

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Track Kinetic Amethyst Bowling Ball

Track continues the popular Kinetic series in the Track Kinetic Amethyst. This ball features the modified Kinetic core which has a low RG, medium differential, and low mass bias. These components allow this ball to save its energy longer but use it quicker. Track has combined this core with the QR-6 Pearl coverstock which gives length with a quick reaction to friction. With a 500/1000 grit polished finish this ball is recommended for medium oil patterns. This mid performance ball with a mid performance price and an asymmetric core is hard to beat.

  • Color: Purple/Light Purple All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
  • Coverstock: QR-6 Pearl
  • Core: Modified Kinetic
  • Finish: 500/1000 Abralon Polished w/ Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish
  • RG: 2.49**
  • Differential: .038**
  • ** RG and Diff are based off of 15 lb. balls
  • Reaction: Length w/ Strong Backend
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Oil
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

The Kinetic goes Amethyst…

First Impressions
The Kinetic Amethyst looks to fill a gap in the Track lineup where you need a cleaner look. It’s clean for sure. Not as snappy as we thought it would be but has potential.

Our Testers:

Justin Kleinspehn (Righty)
Style: High Rev
RPM: 475 rpm
PAP: 5 & 1 1/4 up
Average Speed: 19.5 mph (at release)
Axis tilt: low
Axis rotation: medium
Test Equipment: 15 Pounds
Layout: 40 x 5 x 30
Intent: Quick roll with a quick transition at the breakpoint

Dan Young (Righty)
Style: Rev/Speed matched
RPM: 400 rpm
PAP: 5 & 1/8 up
Average Speed: 18.5 mph (at release)
Axis tilt: high
Axis rotation: medium
Test Equipment: 15 Pounds
Layout: 35 x 4 x 30
Intent: Quick roll with a quick transition at the breakpoint

Thanks to Greg Bickta and Perfect Aim Pro Shop for drilling our equipment.
Thanks to Limerick Bowl in Limerick, PA.

Buy the Track Kinetic Amethyst at PerfactAimBowling.com.

“Keep in mind that coverstock accounts for 70% of ball reaction, but the core creates the dynamic shape of the reaction. Your driller will alter the shape to suit your game.”

Test Pattern:
THS: 40ft, 23ml

Value
B
The Kinetic Amethyst is a mid-priced ball. It seems to have a bit of a defined slot of usability. Still gets decent marks for value.

Specs
The Track Kinetic Amethyst uses the Modified Kinetic core wrapped in the QR-6 Pearl coverstock.
15 pound = RG of 2.49, diff of .038, mb of .005
14 pound = RG of 2.48, diff of .041 mb of .005
Coverstock finish: 500/1000 abralon with factory polish

Overall
THS: B

The Modified Kinetic Core is clearly a stalwart at this point for Track. It seems every brand has found at least one winner that can be reused over and over again. In this case, they added a clean pearl coverstock to give it more length and make it a stepdown ball. In theory you can have an arsenal of all Kinetic balls and be totally fine on a house shot.
When I first saw this ball, it kind of looked a bit like a skid/flip formula. In practice for us, it is definitely clean but not super snappy. It’s like Track put in a “thin” type coverstock on this ball. What I mean is one that gets length and is very quick to dry which shrinks the hook phase of the skid/hook/roll shape of a ball. That it does but the core is not quite a “thin” core. Meaning it’s not a loping core which typically compliments the thin coverstock. That takes it up a notch from the low end balls in terms of ball reaction. It seems a bit of a fight between the core and cover, one which the cover wins generally speaking.
What does all of that mean? It means you won’t get huge skid/flip. You will get easy length. You will get good but smoother motion. It’s just that you have to find the friction at the right length on the lane to get the ball to read. So if you find friction too far downlane, the ball will be lazy making it back. If you find it too early, you may not hold pocket.
On the fresh house shot, Justin has a great look with the Amethyst. His roll and style blends well with this piece. He generates natural length so the ball gradually reads the friction. He’s scored extremely well with this piece already, especially in houses that have down lane friction that adds drive which amplifies carry.
What’s interesting is in theory you would think the Amethyst would work well on burn where you get a cleaner and snappier look. However, the ball went from looking fantastic to being over/under. Now it noses up in the friction that’s been created but when you move into the heavy house shot volume, it pukes. Hmmm… This somewhat boxes the ball in terms of condition specificity. So while it may be a good option on medium or lower volumes while the shot is fresh, it may not be the ball you can drop to from another kinetic or more aggressive piece because of the reaction we described. I think this will be pattern specific but knowing how walled up house shots can be, I worry this will be the standard situation.

Dan is our second tester. He’s got a decent rev rate but with much more tilt. So he generates good length in a different way than Justin. On the fresh it’s either there or not. It has been playable for Dan generally speaking but sometimes he sees the same thing in terms of over/under on fresh. If he parallels in, he gets less motion because the ball seems to skid too far. The ball is obviously clean and not super aggressive off the friction. You can see the ball is close all the time but just seems to enter the pocket differently with each shot. The volume is a little much for this ball right now. So it seems the ball prefers a lower volume fresh shot. For second shift, Dan had a pretty good look. Again, he has to be careful of getting into the friction too early but he got good bounce off the dry. It was probably a better look for Dan and his style on second shift than it was for Justin.

Final Thoughts
In the end, the Track Kinetic Amethyst is a decent ball. It’s definitely not the most versatile ball from the Kinetic line and clearly a step down. The issue we saw was that it really isn’t a step down in terms of use. It’s first out of the bag on lower volumes but one that was more tricky when the medium pattern was starting to dry out. So I can give it credit for the former if you recognize the limitation of the latter. It’s a pretty ball and on a lower volume house pattern, the ball looks great. Just ask Justin how many award scores he’s already throw with it…

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

Track Kinetic Amethyst Bowling Ball Review

The Kinetic Amethyst is the newest addition to Track’s Mid Performance line. This ball joins the asymmetrical Kinetic Ruby and Kinetic Emerald in this line, along with the symmetrical Ultra Heat. The Amethyst provides the most length of the current balls at this price point for Track. On the inside, it shares the same Modified Kinetic weight block with both the Emerald and the Ruby. Its coverstock is QR-6 Pearl, which comes out of the box with a polished 500/1000 Abralon finish that provides effortless length.

The Kinetic Amethyst was best on our medium oil test pattern, both when it was fresh and after it had transitioned. Each of our three testers could play close to their comfort zones on this pattern, using the length from the cover to push their balls to the breakpoint. Tweener liked his reaction the best on the fresh. He got his ball started on 21 off his hand, across 16 at the arrows, and out to nine at the breakpoint. His ball never tried to hook early, helping it to retain lots of energy for the breakpoint and back end. Stroker and Cranker could get to the pocket, but they didn’t have as much room for error downlane as Tweener. Stroker was playing straighter up the outside part

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

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Kinetic Amethyst Product Notes

Kinetic Amethyst

Track Kinetic Amethyst - The Modified Kinetic core just keeps on coming, and with it comes the new Kinetic Amethyst. With the QR-6 Pearl coverstock, this Kinetic will give you the most responsive downlane motion of the Kinetic series.

QR-6 Pearl - The QR-6 Pearl coverstock offers great length with the fastest response to friction in Track’s Mid Price line-up. Combined with a 500/1000 polished finish, this cover is best suited for medium oil patterns.

Modified Kinetic – The Modified Kinetic core is back by popular demand. This low RG, medium differential and low MB core stores energy longer and uses it quicker than Track’s other mid performance cores. You wont find an asymmetric core for this price anywhere!

Stay Informed


Download free PDF Reader

Find the Kinetic Amethyst in a Pro Shop near you >
Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

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Track Kinetic Amethyst Bowling Ball Review

The Kinetic Amethyst is the newest addition to Track’s Mid Performance line. This ball joins the asymmetrical Kinetic Ruby and Kinetic Emerald in this line, along with the symmetrical Ultra Heat. The Amethyst provides the most length of the current balls at this price point for Track. On the inside, it shares the same Modified Kinetic weight block with both the Emerald and the Ruby. Its coverstock is QR-6 Pearl, which comes haenel jaeger 10 varmint sporter pro of the box with a polished 500/1000 Abralon finish that provides effortless length.

The Kinetic Amethyst was best on our medium oil test pattern, both when it was fresh and after it had transitioned. Each of our three testers could play close to their comfort zones on this pattern, using the length from the cover to push their balls to the breakpoint. Tweener liked his reaction the best on the fresh. He got his ball started on 21 off his hand, across 16 at the arrows, and track amethyst bowling ball to nine at the breakpoint. His ball never tried to hook early, helping it track amethyst bowling ball retain lots of energy for the breakpoint and back end. Stroker and Cranker could get to the pocket, but they didn’t have as much room for error downlane as Tweener. Stroker was playing straighter up the outside part

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

The Kinetic goes Amethyst…

First Impressions
The Kinetic Amethyst looks to fill a gap in the Track lineup where you need a cleaner look, track amethyst bowling ball. It’s clean for sure. Not as snappy as we thought it would be but has potential.

Our Testers:

Justin Kleinspehn (Righty)
Style: High Rev
RPM: 475 rpm
PAP: 5 & 1 1/4 up
Average Speed: 19.5 mph (at release)
Axis tilt: low
Axis rotation: medium
Test Equipment: 15 Pounds
Layout: 40 x 5 x 30
Intent: Quick roll with a quick transition at the breakpoint

Dan Young (Righty)
Style: Rev/Speed matched
RPM: 400 rpm
PAP: 5 & 1/8 up
Average Speed: 18.5 mph (at release)
Axis tilt: high
Axis rotation: medium
Test Equipment: 15 Pounds
Layout: 35 x 4 x 30
Intent: Quick roll with a quick transition at the breakpoint

Thanks to Greg Bickta and Perfect Aim Pro Shop for drilling our equipment.
Thanks to Limerick Bowl in Limerick, PA.

Buy the Track Kinetic Amethyst at PerfactAimBowling.com.

“Keep in mind that coverstock accounts for 70% of ball reaction, but the core creates the dynamic shape of the reaction. Your driller will alter the shape to suit your game.”

Test Pattern:
THS: 40ft, 23ml

Value
B
The Kinetic Amethyst is a mid-priced ball. It seems to have a bit of a defined slot of usability. Still gets decent marks for value.

Specs
The Track Kinetic Amethyst uses the Modified Kinetic core wrapped in the QR-6 Pearl coverstock.
15 pound = RG of 2.49, diff of .038, mb of .005
14 pound sports illustrated blair oneal RG of 2.48, diff of .041 mb of .005
Coverstock finish: 500/1000 abralon with factory polish

Overall
THS: B

The Modified Kinetic Core is clearly a stalwart at this point for Track. It seems every brand has found at least one winner that can be reused over and over again. In this case, they added a clean pearl coverstock to give it more length and make it a stepdown ball. In theory you can have an arsenal of track amethyst bowling ball Kinetic balls and be totally fine on a house shot.
When I first saw this ball, it kind of looked a bit like a skid/flip formula. dc sports headers tiburon In practice for us, it is definitely clean but not super snappy. It’s like Track put in a “thin” type coverstock on this ball. What I mean is one that gets length and is very quick to dry which shrinks the hook phase of the skid/hook/roll shape of a ball. That it does but the core is not quite a “thin” core. Meaning it’s not a loping core which typically compliments the thin coverstock. That takes it up a notch from the low end balls in terms of ball reaction. It seems a bit of a fight between the core and cover, one which the cover wins generally speaking.
What does all of that mean? It means you won’t get huge skid/flip. You will get easy length. You will get good but smoother motion. It’s just that you have to find the friction at the right length on the lane to get the ball to read. So if you find friction too far downlane, the ball will be lazy making it back. If you find it too early, you may not hold pocket.
On the fresh house shot, Justin has a great look with the Amethyst. His roll and style blends well with this piece. He generates natural length track amethyst bowling ball the ball gradually reads the friction. He’s scored extremely well with this piece already, especially in houses that have down lane friction that adds drive which amplifies carry.
What’s interesting is in theory you would think the Amethyst would work well on burn where you get a cleaner and snappier look. However, the ball went from looking fantastic to being over/under. Now it noses up in the friction that’s been created but when you move into the heavy house shot volume, it pukes, track amethyst bowling ball. Hmmm… This somewhat boxes the ball in terms of condition specificity. Plano west baseball while it may be a good option on medium or lower volumes while the shot is fresh, track amethyst bowling ball, it may not be the ball you can drop to from another kinetic or more aggressive piece because of the reaction we described, track amethyst bowling ball. I think this will be pattern specific but knowing how walled up house shots can be, I worry this will be the standard situation.

Dan is our second tester. He’s got a decent rev rate but with much more track amethyst bowling ball. So he generates good length in a different way than Justin. On the fresh it’s either there or not. It has been playable for Dan generally speaking but sometimes he sees the same thing in terms of over/under on fresh. If he parallels in, he gets less motion because the ball seems to skid too far. The ball is obviously clean and not super aggressive off the friction. You can see the ball is close all the time but just seems track amethyst bowling ball enter the pocket differently with each shot. The volume is a little much for this ball right now, track amethyst bowling ball. So it seems the ball prefers a lower volume fresh shot. For second shift, Dan had a pretty good look. Again, he has to be careful of getting into the friction too early but he got good bounce kayak shark fishing galveston the dry. It was probably a better look for Dan and his style on second shift than it was for Justin.

Final Thoughts
In the end, the Track Kinetic Amethyst is a decent ball. It’s definitely not the most versatile ball from the Kinetic line and clearly a step down. The issue we saw was that it really isn’t a step down in terms of use. It’s first out of the bag on lower volumes but one that was more tricky when the medium pattern was starting to dry out. So I can give it credit for the former if you recognize the limitation of the latter. It’s a pretty ball and on a lower volume house pattern, the ball looks great. Just ask Justin how many award scores he’s already throw with it…

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

Kinetic Amethyst

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Kinetic Amethyst Product Notes

Kinetic Amethyst

Track Kinetic Amethyst - The Modified Kinetic core just keeps on coming, and with it comes the new Kinetic Amethyst. With the QR-6 Pearl coverstock, this Kinetic will give you the most responsive downlane motion of the Kinetic series.

QR-6 Pearl - The QR-6 Pearl coverstock offers great length with the fastest response to friction in Track’s Mid Price line-up. Combined with a 500/1000 polished finish, this cover is best suited for medium oil patterns.

Modified Kinetic – The Modified Kinetic core is back by popular demand. This low RG, medium differential and low MB core stores energy longer and track amethyst bowling ball it quicker than Track’s other mid performance cores. You wont find an asymmetric core for this price anywhere!

Stay Informed


Download free PDF Reader

Find the Kinetic Amethyst in a Pro Shop near you >
Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

Track Kinetic Amethyst Bowling Ball

Track continues the popular Kinetic series in the Track Kinetic Amethyst. This ball features the modified Kinetic core which has a low RG, medium differential, track amethyst bowling ball, and low mass bias. These components allow this ball to save its energy longer but use it quicker. Track has combined this core with the QR-6 Pearl coverstock which gives length with a quick reaction to friction. With a 500/1000 grit polished finish this ball is recommended for medium oil patterns. This mid performance ball with a mid performance price and an asymmetric core is hard to world models super sports 40 arf Purple/Light Purple All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.

  • Coverstock: QR-6 Pearl
  • Core: Modified Kinetic
  • Finish: 500/1000 Abralon Polished w/ Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish
  • RG: 2.49**
  • Differential: .038**
  • ** RG and Diff are based off of 15 lb. balls
  • Reaction: Length w/ Strong Backend
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Oil
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]
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