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Zone X High Differential
on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM
Ball NPS Score: Not Available
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The specifications of the Zone X High Differential are: Part Number 60-103316; High Differential XLR reactive cover stock; Color: Mega Blue Pearl Green Riser Pin; Core: Xometric HD; RG Max: 2.615; RG Min: 2.562; RG Diff.: 0.053; Average RG: 5.4 (scale of 1-10); Hardness: 78-79; Weights: 12-16 lbs.

frank marino

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Re: Zone X High Differential
Reply #1 on: February 27, 2001, 06:52:15 PM
all i can say is this is some ball

all you have to do is get close to the head pin, it will clean the rack .from

1 to 10 i give this ball a 10

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Re: Zone X High Differential
Reply #2 on: August 29, 2001, 07:39:55 PM
I am a tweener and just recently purchased the zone x high. I really like the ball. It has a nice smooth arc to it. I drilled it with the pin and cg as my center of grip ( 0 to 1/2 inch pin).It has very little flare! It is a great ball when the heads break down and you need a ball to get through the heads and pine. The ball is similiar to the too hot , but is has a little more to   give on the back end. I would definitely not recomend this ball for a fresh condition. If you have more than avg. hand! I would definitly recomend this ball.( I haven't tested it on anything besides a house shot)

Good Luck and Good bowling,
Michael

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Re: Zone X High Differential
Reply #3 on: March 15, 2002, 07:24:36 PM
Just punched out my new Zone X High Diff..
I have mid-high ball speed (15-17mph) and mid-to-high revs (power stroke/slight crank)
ball is 16lbs, left at factory-surface, with 1-2" pin
CG is kicked out to the right slightly, still under my palm, and the pin is up and to the right from there (on the same line as the near thumb-hole edge and the cg).  no weight hole needed

Bowling in a wood house, fresh condition, medium oil in the middle blended to light oil on the gutter, with fresh backends.
The ball worked VERY well for me.  With this drilling, the ball started up a little earlier.  Nice, late-midlane roll, with a strong arc in the backend, with a lot of power at the pins.  Ball is definitely for these medium-dry condition, but suits the condition very well.  It doesnt roll up early, and it doesn't overreact to the dry
Also tried practicing with the ball on another condition in the same house.  It was a 2nd shift condition.  The front 40 feet were reoiled, without stipping, so there was a decent amount of oil in the front 40, with carrydown.  The ball was a dart.  It wouldnt move at all on this condition.. might as well have been plastic.  This wasnt the condition the ball is intended for tho, so i wasnt really surprised.
Will report after bowling in other houses.  Also, check for my review of the Zone-X Low diff

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Re: Zone X High Differential
Reply #4 on: November 03, 2002, 12:49:30 PM
I just recently purchased another one of these babies. Rolls even better than the first one. We layed it out 3 3/8 by 3. Put some factory finish on it. I absolutely love it. I could play outside with it and I could play the 4th arrow with it. This ball was very versital. I am a power stroker and this ball fit my game very well. There have been quite a few crankers around here drill them up and not like them at all. All in all in my opinion this is a good all round ball, not recommended for a sport condition! For medium to dry house shots this would be a great ball. I would recommend this ball to just about any player. It is just another good rolling ball from Brunswick.

Michael

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Re: Zone X High Differential
Reply #5 on: December 30, 2002, 12:03:06 AM
Just punched up another one of these! That makes 3 now. In my opinion this is an absolutely awesome ball. We layed this one out 3 3/8 x 5( had bout a 3 inch pin on it), left the box finish on it. It has a great arc through the front of the lane and a strong, but smooth backend. It carries very well for me. The house shot I was on started out pretty slick and I had to play around 9,10. When I got done practicing I was in to 15,16 and the ball still had the same amount of power it did from playing outside it seemed like. I just think Brunswick is an absolute great company and this is just one of their best.

Good Luck and Good Bowling,
Michael

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Re: Zone X High Differential
Reply #6 on: October 03, 2005, 08:53:26 PM
great ball, i use it when i need to play inside on synthetic. it hits fairly well and sends the pins flying. i used it solely for an entire season in a rec league and carried a 195 avg so yeah buy it. you can find it cheap


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