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Author Topic: Paradox Black  (Read 978 times)

BallReviews-scodaddy21

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Paradox Black
« on: November 10, 2017, 03:32:20 PM »
Ball NPS Score: 100.00
Track is reintroducing the Track Paradox but in black this time around. The Track Paradox Black is aggressive in the front part of the lane, the mid-lane, and the backend on heavy oil conditions making this bowling ball a truly unexplainable paradox. This ball uses the i-Core 2.0 to create a big flare potential and the QR-9 Hybrid coverstock helps create major pin action by responding to lane friction quickly.

Color: Black/Smoke Pearl
Coverstock: QR-9 Hybrid
Core: i-Core 2.0 (Dual Density)
Finish: 500/2000 Abralon
RG: 2.48 (15# ball)
Differential: .057 (15# ball)
Reaction: Strong Continuous Hook
Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy Oil

 

TrackTodd

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Re: Paradox Black
« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2017, 01:39:57 PM »
LANE CONDITION

Length:41

Volume:
Medium
Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc):
THS

COMMENTS

Likes:Ball has an AMAZING LOOK to it and It rolls so smooth and controllable. The difference between Blue and Black is a little bit sooner roll for me.  You need to have this one in your bag!!!!

Dislikes:
No dislikes what so ever!!!!

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Re: Paradox Black
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2017, 10:28:38 AM »
Ball:       Paradox Black
Layout:    65 x 4.25 x 55 – Pin in ring finger
Surface:    Box – 500/2000 Abralon

Bowler specs

Rev Rate:   370 RPM
Ball Speed:   15 MPH
Pap:      5-3/8 – 1 UP

Comments

Drilled the Paradox Black with my benchmark drilling and will use as the first ball out of the bag on fresh conditions.  This is my favorite ball in the bag right now, it reads the mids very well and the carry is incredible.  I’ve shot 300 and 800 with this one in the first month of using it.  I highly recommend getting one of these for your arsenal. 

Dan Paul