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Black Pearl Blue Ocean
on: May 22, 2014, 10:34:00 AM
Ball NPS Score: 100.00
Specifications

RG: 2.568
Differential: .052
Mass Bias Diff: N/A
Finish: 2000 Abralon Polished
Cover Stock: XRT 421
Color(s): Blue Pearline

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Re: Black Pearl Blue Ocean
Reply #1 on: June 03, 2014, 12:30:48 AM
Mine is drilled 45* X 4" X 30*, with a 3.6" PIN ABOVE RF, CG 1-3/4 RT OF GRIP CL, 1/4" UP, WH @ P3.  This ball reminds me alot of the Original Black Pearl that started it all.  I bowl on Brunswick Synthetics where they use a new Kegel machine with Tech-line oil out to 38' buffed to 42'.  OOB outside 5 board on both sides (lefties concur), best angle of attack in this house is 8-10 at the 40' range finder.   The ball is obviously smooth in the front part  of the lane, hasn't over-reacted in the mids yet and is pretty lively off the dry.  I played the lanes up 14-15 at the arrows to about 8-9 at 40', the ball has excellent carry from this line, if missed just a hair right (to 6-7) it would leave flat ten pins which is common for this house unless you are a cranker with speed. I took the finish to 4000 with Lane Masters polish and it gets excellent length (again for this house , it is exactly what is needed).   

I believe this will be another winner from Lane Masters and Tony Martin.
Pat Patterson

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