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Inception DCT
on: June 23, 2017, 10:32:18 AM
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The 900Global Inception DCT (Divergent Ceramic Technology) bowling ball is the first to use ceramic technology in a bowling ball. This ball provides big hook and big hitting power through the combination of the Adaptor/D Ceramic asymmetric core and the S86R Solid coverstock. The Adaptor/D Ceramic core includes a ceramic nugget which creates the most efficient use of mass in a bowling ball. The S86R Solid coverstock is a strong coverstock that works on the heaviest of oil conditions. This ball is aggressive with early revs and a continuous backend motion.

Color: Red/Black/Purple
Core: Adaptor/D Ceramic Asymmetric
Coverstock: S86R Solid
Finish: 1500 Grit
Length: Medium
Motion: Early revs along with continuous backend
Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy oil
RG: 2.48 (for 15# ball)
Differential: 0.055 (for 15# ball)

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Re: Inception DCT
Reply #1 on: July 11, 2017, 12:30:15 PM

LANE CONDITION

Length: 41'

Volume: Medium

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS


COMMENTS

Featuring new technology inside and out, the Inception DCT provides the most total hook in the current 900 Global line.

The new S86R coverstock has been engineered to cut through the heaviest of oil and the Adaptor/D Ceramic asymmetric core represents the result of over a year of research. The ceramic nugget inside the core provides extra hitting power.

Expect to see early revs along with a continuous backend motion on heavier volumes of oil.

When I got this ball and looked at the numbers and the coverstock I was expecting a strong ball, but honestly, that is an understatement. This ball is definitely STRONG.

I tried this ball on our typical house shot (Kegel Main Street, 41) and the Inception DCT made me move about 8 boards of where my comfort zone is. I had to play inside second and third arrow to keep the ball in the pocket. The DCT has a strong read in the midlane but the most impressive thing about this ball is that somehow it still retain energy to provide a strong backend motion.

I had to play deeper than usual and keep the ball in the oil to get the desired shape and motion. Misses outside or shots thrown too slow resulted in the ball hooking early and going high. When I missed inside my target, the ball had enough hold to not overreact and still make it to the pocket. I feel this ball gives me a big margin of error, the ball is so strong that it had no trouble of coming back from almost anywhere.

The DCT is more versatile than I thought. I was able to play a tighter line to the pocket by keeping my speed up and when I jumped inside I was able to throw the ball without any speed changes and the Inception DCT was strong enough to allow me to play deeper angles and have plenty of recovery down the lane.

You can tell how strong this ball is by watching the reaction on the video. If a low rev bowler like me is forced to move to the third arrow, is because this ball hooks a lot Really impressive.

On most house shot patterns, the Inception DCT will be a great choice for speed dominant bowlers and low rev bowlers. The combination of the Adaptor/D Ceramic asymmetric core and the S86R makes this ball a monster capable producing a massive amount of hook.

For the tournament bowlers, this ball is a must in your bag. It will be a great choice when you are bowling on long patterns or heavy oil. The Inception DCT is by far the strongest ball in the 900 Global line.

If you are looking for a strong, asymmetrical ball that will overpower any heavy oil pattern, then the Inception DCT is the ball for you.

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Re: Inception DCT
Reply #2 on: July 13, 2017, 04:04:51 PM
Inception DCT
If you need a ball for extreme heavy oil, the Inception DCT is and should be the ball of choice. A very strong cover at S86, a ceramic nugget inside the Adaptor D Asymmetric
Core equals tremendous hitting power and pin action. Im not just saying this, it really
cuts through oil likes its not there and the pin count is massive. Long patterns, heavy
oil patterns any length is no problem. If you have trouble getting your ball to react on
oily patterns, get an Inception DCT.

Donny Carr 900 Global staff, Ft. Meade pro shop

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Re: Inception DCT
Reply #3 on: September 18, 2017, 01:42:03 PM
INCEPTION DCT
 Coverstock: S86R Solid
Finish: Ice "I" Pad 1500 Grit
Color: Red/Blue/Purple
Core: Adaptor/D Ceramic Asymmetric
Tour Engineered 900 Series
2.48 Radius of gyration
.055 Differential
.024 Intermediate Differential
Positive Axis Point  5 7/16 by 1/4 up
Layout 5 x 4 x 4
 The INCEPTION DCT has the most aggressive cover in the 900 Global lineup.  It's a great ball on fresh  conditions and may also work on the shorter sport shot patterns, because the ball has the ability to stand up quick to friction.  The new  INCEPTION DCT (Divergent Ceramic Technology) also has a new ceramic core that increased the limit of hook and delivers more punch when hitting the pins.     The INCEPTION DCT  will need a medium to high volume oil to maximize its potential.  Every bowler needs one of these, but of course that's only if you want superior performance for YOUR game.....  Greg Thomas 900 Global staff