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Flux Pearl
« on: March 19, 2020, 11:52:38 AM »
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The 900Global Flux Pearl high performance bowling ball uses the S72R Pearl coverstock which is the S72 Pearl coverstock with a catalyst added. This coverstock was designed to increase the backend performance. The Flux Pearl uses the Amplify Core which has a flip block on the bottom that raises the differential and increases the torque of the ball at the breakpoint.

Color: Orange
All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
Core: Amplify Asymmetric
Coverstock: S72R Pearl
Finish: 1,500 Grit Polished
Hook Potential: High
Length: Long
Recommended Lane Condition: Medium
RG: 2.55 (for 15# ball)
Differential: 0.048 (for 15# ball)

 

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Re: Flux Pearl
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2020, 11:01:24 AM »
Flux Pearl: Tour Engineered 900 Series
Cover Stock: S72R Pearl
Finish: 1500 Grit Polished
Core: Amplify Asymmetric
RG: 2.55   
Differential: 0.048
Int. Diff .014
Layout: 45 x 4 x 35   
Tester PAP:  4 ½” R x ½ D
Lane Conditions: Medium-Oil

The Flux Pearl is a strong and lively addition to the Tour Engineered 900 Series line. I like it! Let’s take a closer look.

900 Global took the proven S72R Coverstock and added a new catalyst. This Pearl version brings a well- defined motion on the back end.  It’s predictable yet delivers a vicious look when it turns towards the pins. The 1500 grit polished finish worked well on a THS and after tweaking the surface from 500 grit polished up to 3000 grit polished this cover proved its versatility for any medium oil conditions. This cover delivered for me!

The Amplify Core is an asymmetrical, two-piece design. Like I found with the Flux Solid, I am a big fan of this core’s ability to store its energy while rolling down the lane, then exploding upon impact. Further, I enjoyed the dancing frenzy of the pin reaction this true two-piece design brings. Being on the lower side of rev. rate, this core helps immensely when you need that little extra “ten-pin” carry to get you through that tenth frame.

In closing, the Flux Pearl is a workhorse you can count on. Whether on its own or as a compliment to the Flux Solid, this ball delivers results. Try yours today!

Rick Klimowicz
900 Global Regional Staff Member
Penndel, PA