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Re: New Releases
« Reply #76 on: June 11, 2019, 09:16:43 AM »
Ok, time to speak on this. One, #marketing.

Two, even though it's normal to state that this ball is the most this and most that, you still need to take physics into account. This is the Eon core with a bottom flip block. Compared to the Eon and EI, it's going to create more torque downlane.

Now, as for the most backend, if I'm looking for fast downlane, I'm going to still go with either a Ordinance pearl or Honey Badger. Core shape dictates that. Taller cores with smaller Val angles are going to transition faster.

Maybe the cover is a bit more traction or creates a bit more friction, but it's still physics, friends.
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Re: New Releases
« Reply #77 on: June 11, 2019, 09:54:57 AM »
Ok, time to speak on this. One, #marketing.

Two, even though it's normal to state that this ball is the most this and most that, you still need to take physics into account. This is the Eon core with a bottom flip block. Compared to the Eon and EI, it's going to create more torque downlane.

Now, as for the most backend, if I'm looking for fast downlane, I'm going to still go with either a Ordinance pearl or Honey Badger. Core shape dictates that. Taller cores with smaller Val angles are going to transition faster.

Maybe the cover is a bit more traction or creates a bit more friction, but it's still physics, friends.

Would you say Ordinance Pearl or Honey Badger? That's exactly the qn!

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« Reply #78 on: June 11, 2019, 09:59:34 AM »
Ok, time to speak on this. One, #marketing.

Two, even though it's normal to state that this ball is the most this and most that, you still need to take physics into account. This is the Eon core with a bottom flip block. Compared to the Eon and EI, it's going to create more torque downlane.

Now, as for the most backend, if I'm looking for fast downlane, I'm going to still go with either a Ordinance pearl or Honey Badger. Core shape dictates that. Taller cores with smaller Val angles are going to transition faster.

Maybe the cover is a bit more traction or creates a bit more friction, but it's still physics, friends.

Would you say Ordinance Pearl or Honey Badger? That's exactly the qn!

Due to the higher diff, the Ordinance is going to be slightly less hockey stick.
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Re: New Releases
« Reply #79 on: June 11, 2019, 10:01:22 AM »
Ok, time to speak on this. One, #marketing.

Two, even though it's normal to state that this ball is the most this and most that, you still need to take physics into account. This is the Eon core with a bottom flip block. Compared to the Eon and EI, it's going to create more torque downlane.

Now, as for the most backend, if I'm looking for fast downlane, I'm going to still go with either a Ordinance pearl or Honey Badger. Core shape dictates that. Taller cores with smaller Val angles are going to transition faster.

Maybe the cover is a bit more traction or creates a bit more friction, but it's still physics, friends.

Would you say Ordinance Pearl or Honey Badger? That's exactly the qn!

Due to the higher diff, the Ordinance is going to be slightly less hockey stick.

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« Reply #80 on: June 11, 2019, 12:12:55 PM »
I may be wrong! Wwrd is 7/16. Get one!
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« Reply #81 on: June 12, 2019, 07:30:15 AM »
Doom, that's interesting. I never knew that taller cores transition quicker.

What would you say are some of the quickest transitioning cores (for any brand)?
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« Reply #82 on: June 12, 2019, 08:22:00 AM »
Well, paired with the proper cover, let's look at my stuff because #900Global lol

Ordnance pearl. Tall inner core with 2 flip blocks. Core has been in the OMG Pearl, Drift, Rip it, and the Black Mamba. Essentially 2.55 .055 for most of them, rip it being slightly higher RG and lower diff, but you get the point. OMG Pearl was F73 pearl, Black Mamba was F74 solid.

The taller the core, the more it's going to tumble. It's much like the analogy of the figure skater spinning. With their arms out, they spin slow (higher RG) and as they tuck their arms towards their center of gravity, they spin faster (lower rg).

As you put more mass towards the cover of the ball, the less energy it's going to expend early because it's not going to rev hard off your hand. Very much like how you imagine resin to be. Long and snappy. Take the old Morpheus core from the Track Freak line. In particular, the Phenom. I put a 65*5*40 on that ball, and it never read the lane. Ever. Every one of those balls I had to go 45*4.5*65 or stronger to get them to read the lane properly for me. Tall cores with a huge flip block on them. The Xception was my one standout where I went 60*5.5*65 and the thing hooked out of the building because the cover and core matched up so well.

So when balls don't read early, they can float downlane without spending lots of energy reading the pattern, so when a Boost gets downlane without using a lot of energy, when the cover finally sees friction, the core says "Ok, we have all this stored energy, so let's use it all right now to go the direction we're rotating."

So after my long tangent, when paired with the correct cover, tall cores will transition faster than squat cores. Ordinance Solid is the opposite shape of the Pearl, and that's gonna be our benchmark smooth ball.

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Re: New Releases
« Reply #83 on: June 12, 2019, 08:47:41 AM »
Canít wait for the other videos. Hope my PSO doesnít get them in so soon, heís typically really fast...

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« Reply #84 on: June 12, 2019, 12:23:27 PM »
Well, paired with the proper cover, let's look at my stuff because #900Global lol

Ordnance pearl. Tall inner core with 2 flip blocks. Core has been in the OMG Pearl, Drift, Rip it, and the Black Mamba. Essentially 2.55 .055 for most of them, rip it being slightly higher RG and lower diff, but you get the point. OMG Pearl was F73 pearl, Black Mamba was F74 solid.

The taller the core, the more it's going to tumble. It's much like the analogy of the figure skater spinning. With their arms out, they spin slow (higher RG) and as they tuck their arms towards their center of gravity, they spin faster (lower rg).

As you put more mass towards the cover of the ball, the less energy it's going to expend early because it's not going to rev hard off your hand. Very much like how you imagine resin to be. Long and snappy. Take the old Morpheus core from the Track Freak line. In particular, the Phenom. I put a 65*5*40 on that ball, and it never read the lane. Ever. Every one of those balls I had to go 45*4.5*65 or stronger to get them to read the lane properly for me. Tall cores with a huge flip block on them. The Xception was my one standout where I went 60*5.5*65 and the thing hooked out of the building because the cover and core matched up so well.

So when balls don't read early, they can float downlane without spending lots of energy reading the pattern, so when a Boost gets downlane without using a lot of energy, when the cover finally sees friction, the core says "Ok, we have all this stored energy, so let's use it all right now to go the direction we're rotating."

So after my long tangent, when paired with the correct cover, tall cores will transition faster than squat cores. Ordinance Solid is the opposite shape of the Pearl, and that's gonna be our benchmark smooth ball.

Thank you for this, Doom! In my head, I never put the figure skater analogy and taller/shorter core idea together. But after reading it the way you put it, and looking up the Ordnance Pearl core, it makes plenty of sense.
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Re: New Releases
« Reply #85 on: June 12, 2019, 12:47:07 PM »

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« Reply #86 on: June 12, 2019, 12:48:56 PM »
Well, paired with the proper cover, let's look at my stuff because #900Global lol

Ordnance pearl. Tall inner core with 2 flip blocks. Core has been in the OMG Pearl, Drift, Rip it, and the Black Mamba. Essentially 2.55 .055 for most of them, rip it being slightly higher RG and lower diff, but you get the point. OMG Pearl was F73 pearl, Black Mamba was F74 solid.

The taller the core, the more it's going to tumble. It's much like the analogy of the figure skater spinning. With their arms out, they spin slow (higher RG) and as they tuck their arms towards their center of gravity, they spin faster (lower rg).

As you put more mass towards the cover of the ball, the less energy it's going to expend early because it's not going to rev hard off your hand. Very much like how you imagine resin to be. Long and snappy. Take the old Morpheus core from the Track Freak line. In particular, the Phenom. I put a 65*5*40 on that ball, and it never read the lane. Ever. Every one of those balls I had to go 45*4.5*65 or stronger to get them to read the lane properly for me. Tall cores with a huge flip block on them. The Xception was my one standout where I went 60*5.5*65 and the thing hooked out of the building because the cover and core matched up so well.

So when balls don't read early, they can float downlane without spending lots of energy reading the pattern, so when a Boost gets downlane without using a lot of energy, when the cover finally sees friction, the core says "Ok, we have all this stored energy, so let's use it all right now to go the direction we're rotating."

So after my long tangent, when paired with the correct cover, tall cores will transition faster than squat cores. Ordinance Solid is the opposite shape of the Pearl, and that's gonna be our benchmark smooth ball.

Thank you for this, Doom! In my head, I never put the figure skater analogy and taller/shorter core idea together. But after reading it the way you put it, and looking up the Ordnance Pearl core, it makes plenty of sense.

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Re: New Releases
« Reply #87 on: June 14, 2019, 03:36:53 PM »
Ordnance videos are up. :)
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Re: New Releases
« Reply #88 on: June 17, 2019, 11:59:28 AM »
Any idea when these new pieces hit the pro shops?

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Re: New Releases
« Reply #89 on: June 17, 2019, 12:01:42 PM »
Any idea when these new pieces hit the pro shops?

Release date is middle of July. 3-4 weeks away
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Re: New Releases
« Reply #90 on: June 17, 2019, 02:22:56 PM »
Badger infused Video is up. I'm kinda impressed. Can't wait to see a few other vids on this one.
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