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LuckyLefty

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Dull Zone Striking Zone Quandry?
« on: August 21, 2003, 05:02:06 PM »
I'm talking about the Time Zone, the toned down hard revving Demolition Zone!

I had the Revolution Rebel, it was exciting.  Drill sheet said for righties to twist the ellipse so that the pin was at 2 oclock to the cg for earliest reaction.  Like a label leverage.  What I got on this 10 oclock for lefties was what I always get for a label leve reaction.  Deep, to the break and then bam big reaction but unable to be played very deep inside.

As I call it deep to the hole then bam, 7 pin thank you mam!  But when able to play outside nice!

Now with this Time Zone the drill sheet says to drill like more common mass bias balls, for stronger earlier reaction place mass bias in between thumb and VAL.  What the usual mass bias drill sheet would call "strong". Did that, and now this stronger coverstock ball is making it's move much earlier and more evenly.  (Sort of what my previous drilling experience has shown me).  Still delivers a lot of punch but in a very even way.

Was the first drill sheet wrong!

My results seem to indicate that it was.

REgards,

Luckylefty
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