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Fury question
« on: March 24, 2007, 01:34:47 PM »
Heard quite a number of good things about this ball and might just drill one up..but I do have a couple of questions, is this a smooth arc ball or a snappy one ? Does anyone has success in playing down and in with this ball and which layout do you used ? Thanks !!
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Re: Fury question
« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2007, 10:20:56 PM »
I have one drilled up pin under bridge and cg 3/4 out no x hole best can be described as a controled arc. Can play down and in with it also.
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Re: Fury question
« Reply #2 on: March 25, 2007, 02:33:08 AM »
It definitely gains control in the midlane but it doesn't lose power as a result.  It will move in a backend too, but because it will also get a grip in the oil (midlane) it's a great oil ball with small backends.

I just got mine and it's a really good ball.  Allows you to play the line you'd like when the lanes are oily early on.  And allows you to play a deeper line for greater pocket angle and ball speed when they dry out a bit.

But it's not like a particle ball if that's what you're asking.  It doesn't burn up or roll out easily, which is great of course.  It seems to find the pocket easily.

I haven't played down and in because I haven't had to yet.  I do know this ball liked to miss outside more than inside on a THS.  It left 10 pins sometimes (rarely, but noticeable)when I missed inside but always recovered and killed the pins when I missed the breakpoint outside.  It hits really hard.

The best way I'd describe the reaction is smooth through the heads, straightening out through the midlane and then flipping very controllably to the pocket in the backend, almost gaining revs it seems and a strong finish.

Great heavier oil ball and medium oil ball if you're willing to play about 5 boards deeper.  i imagine it lasts long and holds up like all my Brunswick equipment has.

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Re: Fury question
« Reply #3 on: March 25, 2007, 08:26:19 AM »
Pick your favorite layout and adjust the surface accordingly. I have two of them, and the one that's shiny is GREAT at playing down and in.  Even if you don't like polish, go 1000, then 2000, then 4000 abralon, and you'll have a ball that floats down the lane and turns nicely for the drier boards.