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Burner
« on: August 11, 2021, 04:37:46 PM »
900Global is offering more performance in their entry-level bowling balls. The 900Global Burner series uses the very versatile S62 Reactive coverstock and introduces the Centroid Symmetric core. The core design provides a lower density core which creates an overall reaction shape that is more aggressive. This bowling ball offers a reliable reaction when the lanes have broken down.


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Coverstock: S62 Reactive
Ball Finish: 1500 Grit, Polished
Core: Centroid Symmetric
RG: 2.53 (15# ball)
Differential: 0.037 (15# ball)
Flare Potential: Medium-Low
Recommended Lane Condition: Medium to Dry

 

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Re: Burner
« Reply #31 on: October 29, 2021, 01:59:37 PM »
The second addition to the Burner Series; the Burner Solid. The Burner Solid has the same RG and Differential found in the Burner Line, only wrapped with the S62 Solid Reactive Cover Stock. The Burners are a great 1-2 punch when it comes to having lower end solids and pearls. This Burner solid has a lot more shape than I expected out of a lower end solid symmetrical piece. With shine, this ball gives you plenty of length and a smooth backend and with surface, it still digs in the oil and still manages to come around the corner without loosing much continuation.
If you’re looking for lower end pieces for those dry house shots and you’re looking for the biggest bang for your buck, look no further when it comes to the Burner series from 900 Global! Pick your up at your local storm VIP Pro Shop.

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Re: Burner Solid Ball Review
« Reply #32 on: October 29, 2021, 03:46:25 PM »
[The 900 Global Burner Solid features the S62 Solid Cover and the new Centroid Symmetric Core.  The Burner Solid has a medium RG of 2.53 a low differential of 0.037.  To bring this all together, the solid S62 coverstock will glide through the midlane and a smooth shape on the backend. 
I did a ball comparison to the Roto Grip Hustle PBR on a 41ft THS.
The PBR features the VTC Solid reactive coverstock with the Hustle core.  The Burner Solid is stronger by at least 4-6 boards.  The Burner Solid went through the heads and really maintained the traction through the midlane with ease but really stored all of its energy for the backend.  The PBR can be a really nice transition ball to the Burner solid.

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Re: Burner
« Reply #33 on: October 29, 2021, 03:47:13 PM »
The 900 Global Burner Solid features the S62 Solid Cover and the new Centroid Symmetric Core.  The Burner Solid has a medium RG of 2.53 a low differential of 0.037.  To bring this all together, the solid S62 coverstock will glide through the midlane and a smooth shape on the backend. 
I did a ball comparison to the Roto Grip Hustle PBR on a 41ft THS.
The PBR features the VTC Solid reactive coverstock with the Hustle core.  The Burner Solid is stronger by at least 4-6 boards.  The Burner Solid went through the heads and really maintained the traction through the midlane with ease but really stored all of its energy for the backend.  The PBR can be a really nice transition ball to the Burner solid.

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Re: Burner
« Reply #34 on: October 29, 2021, 10:15:03 PM »
LANE CONDITION

Length: 40ft

Volume: 25ml

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS


COMMENTS

Likes:
Great entry level ball for starters. For the more experienced bowlers, this will be a great ball for drier lane conditions and conditions with less overall volume. The ball motion is very round and smooth. The cover is on the weaker side and the ball comes polished which allows it to be at the lower end of my arsenal.

Dislikes:
Not a great ball for Oil. I wouldn’t recommend getting a burner for Oily lanes.

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Re: Burner
« Reply #35 on: October 29, 2021, 10:32:04 PM »
Ball Specs:
Global Burner Solid
Cover stock    S62 polished Solid Reactive
Weight Block    Symetric
Color      Orange / Teal
Finish      1500 Polished

Bowler Specs:
Right Hand. PAP 5 1/8" Over 7/16 up
Rev Rate 525. Tilt 20. Rotation 50.
Speed at release 17

Review:
The Burner Solid will not be a hook monster like the Zen Master or Axiom Solid but it does exactly what is designed to do. This ball is stronger than my IQ tour Solid and C4. Both balls are at 3000 grit abralon (polish makes the ball jumpy for me) and seems to carry better for me.

The Burner Solid creates a very nice controlled shape on the lane and responds to friction nicely. This ball will replace my Hustle Ink and even though it is a bit stronger then my Ink, it actually works on a little heavier volumes which is nice.

This is definitely one of the first balls out of my bag on THS and on medium sport shots.

Summary:
This ball is a steal for the price point and replaces the Hustle Ink.

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Re: Burner
« Reply #36 on: October 30, 2021, 08:42:13 PM »
900 Global Burner Solid and Burner Pearl dual review and comparison:

Solid:
Cover stock    S62 polished Solid Reactive
Weight Block    Centriod Symmetric

Pearl:
Cover stock    S62 polished Pearl Reactive
Weight Block    Centriod Symmetric

Two new additions built to help with lighter conditions, which most bowlers are seeing more and more. 

I started by throwing both balls as they came out of the box.  Both being polished, on the weaker side, and being tossed on a fresh house shot on the heavier side, I saw minimal difference between the two after a couple dozen shots with each (which is what I expected).
After I saw that, I sanded the Solid to 2000.  This gave me a totally different reaction.  The adjustment got the Solid going much earlier than the pearl.
The Pearl gives me a "Hustle plus" feel.  Very similar roll to my Roto Grip Hustle Wine, just a bit stronger.  I love Hustle's...I probably mention that in 90% of my light-medium oil ball reviews.  The Burners look like they could be a gap filler between the Hustle's and IQ series, which is something I will use often.
If you bowl leagues/tournaments on ligher oil house shots, a 3 ball arsenal of IQ/Burner/Hustle is something to check into. 
The Burner's give me a little more angle than the IQ's and Hustle's, perfect for the middle of that lineup.

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Re: Burner
« Reply #37 on: November 04, 2021, 01:02:12 PM »
900 Global Burner Solid
#15.2
4" pin
2.9oz top

Rt. hand
14 mph
PAP 4 9/16 1/4 over

Drilling: 5 x 4 x 2 1/4 OOB finish
Volume 38-41ft
THS, Kegel Challenge patterns

Drilled up the 900 Global Burner Solid with one of my go-to layouts 5 x 4 x 2 1/4".  Pin up over middle finger.  Kept in OOB finish.  With my ball speed and axis rotation I need skid and control.  Was looking for just that in this new release and I got it!  Excellent mid-lane with a controlled hard arc on the backend.  Surprisingly aggressive but in a good way for me.  I need balls that don't go crazy early but will not squirt at the sign of oil.  This ball really reads the lane well for me.  Mid-lane pick up was excellent, was able to start in where I would normally as well as letting me stay their longer than typically I can.  The smoother backend transition was a big plus.  720 1st night.  If you need predictability in a solid this is your nugget to have in the bag.  #900Global #Burnersolid #strikingworldwide #stormnation #GoGlobal