My first attempt so bear with me.
Average speed about 16mph Quibica.
Average Revs 300 (C.A.T.S)
Axis Tilt 60 degrees (C.A.T.S)
15.1 pounds net.
Top 3 1/8 ounces
pin 3 1/8 inches.
Pin to PAP 5 1/2
MB to pap 4 inches
MB centre of grip but kicked out about 1/2 an inch. Pin above fingers. 3/4 roll length drilling off sheet.
Weight hole on Pap 1 inch diam. and 1 inch deep.
I find this possibly the most consistant ball Ive ever used. I have used it on both wood and synthetics(AMF) I find in box that it is best used on medium to medium light. Good length with a strong controllable arc as I have a weight hole on my pap to give more control.
Conditions that Ive played on range from house style but mostly sport patterns. The sport patterns are basic but tight with fairly flat med oil.
I have used it on shots with out of bounds but had to play inside as the ball wont recover on the deeper oil outside.
Mostly play around 2nd to 3rd arrow with a swing to about board 7 (45 feet). Seems to be the right breakpoint for my game and ball match up.
Can play deeper depending on oil pattern and also wider on sports pattern with change in wrist position.
On a house shot it gives you a large area as its very good at recovering off the dry and holds well in the middle on the wet in that area. Thats why I like it for its control on that pattern.
Doesnt seem to like heavier patterns in box condition and is a little prone to burn up on lighter and dry lane conditions. Can be used on lighter oil with a little more speed and a straighter more up the back release though. A little more polish may help there though.
In comparrison to other balls I own.
I would say its stronger in recovery than either of my 2 dynothane balls(Thing/ Thing Returns) and can handle a little more oil.
It is also stronger than my Shock Trauma.
I find that with my 2 other Lanemaster/legend balls that I have most oilier lanes covered(YeahBaby/WorldClass). I still have to carry a ball for dry lanes though as this is definatly too strong for that condition.
In conclusion I have shot all of my top scores with this ball ranging from a 299 to 770 over 3 and 973 over 4(including 2 X 279). Considering there have only ever been 2 x 300 in my area that should tell you how successful this ball has been.
I would give this ball the best recomendation that I can give a ball.
Its only downside is that it does mark up on wooden lanes but thats to be expected on oldish wood lanes.
I hope this is a satisfactory review as I plan on doing similar reviews on my Yeah Baby and World Class.
Happy go lucky bowler from the UK
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