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Fiesta
on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM
Ball NPS Score: Not Available
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Color   Black/OrangePlum/Silver
Weights   10 16 lbs
Cover Stock   GlowActiveTM
Surface   Polished
Core Design   Symmetric
RG   2.710
Differential   .010
Lane Conditions   Dry to Medium Lane Conditions

Kanafa

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Re: Fiesta
Reply #1 on: July 05, 2006, 10:45:57 AM
I think the "FIESTA" having a 3 piece pancake weight block is very versitile piece indeed. My Fiesta had a 0-1" pin,and it was drilled with the Pin and CG in a line directly under my ring finger.

 This ball hits hard, probably the hardest of all the 3 piece cores I have ever used. A lot of the time you will get these balls leaving 10 pins because they just dont drive thru the pins, but not the Fiesta!!!It just scatters the pins low and flat.

Ideal conditions for this ball are medium to dry lanes, but I have used it on many occasions when the lanes have been oilier by getting in deep, slowing down and looping the ball to the pocket with great effect.

I think this is a very predictable ball. It certainly has no troubles getting through the heads and finishes on the backends very well.

Highly recommended as a 'go to' ball when the lanes burn up.

Another great product by Circle Athletics!

Matty K

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jpj8k0

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Re: Fiesta
Reply #2 on: July 11, 2009, 03:30:33 PM
HAVE MINE ABOUT I YR.NOW PIN & CG IN UPPER PALM CENTER.GREAT ON DRY HEADS.BUT NOT SO GOOD INSIDE 20. MED SPEED, MED,REVS.HARD LATE FLIP.$70 BALL. MADE ABOUT $600 SO FAR.A KEEPER.