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Inferno Man 2003

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Inferno Differences
« on: March 07, 2004, 07:00:16 AM »
Could someone please tell me the difference in oil pattern best rolled on, the reaction, and etc. about the Inferno, Raging Inferno, Blazing Inferno, and the Ultimate Inferno.  Thnx.

 

UCFKnight300

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Re: Inferno Differences
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2004, 12:20:56 AM »
The inferno is pretty much the benchmark, decent length, pretty strong in the back.  The raging is a medium particle version of the inferno, which will pick up sooner and have more overall hook.  The blazing will go longer than the inferno but not very snappy on the back, just more length and a nice turn.  The ultimate, from what i've seen will hook the most.  Not sure on whether or not i will be getting one but i've seen a few and they hook alot.  Great midlane roll like the raging but doesn't slow down in the back like most particle.  Hope this helps.

Mike Larsen

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Re: Inferno Differences
« Reply #2 on: March 08, 2004, 01:35:02 AM »
Mike,

In my opinion, the Ultimate will hook more and appear to cover more boards than the Raging. They are still both heavy-oil balls.

IMO, The Raging just grabs early, and give most bowlers the look that it won't hook as much as the Ultimate, which will save energy just a bit more than the Blazing and then give a later hooking action, giving it a more "appealing" look on the lane. I think the hooking potential created by those balls are quite even- i think/hope that Brunswick did that to allow bowlers who don't like the early hook to have an option to have a heavy-hooking solid reactive.

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