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HAMMERDOWN103

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Fury
« on: March 26, 2007, 01:05:36 PM »
What success has everyone had with this ball??? Im looking at drilling one of these pin down for heavy oil...
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Re: Fury
« Reply #31 on: March 30, 2007, 03:38:18 PM »
Thanks, im getting a used one from RWOOD300 as well as a hammer vibe for light oil. Has anyone conducted any business with him or know of any reviews? Im trading two for his two and just wanted to know if anyone has done business with him. Thanks
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Re: Fury
« Reply #32 on: March 30, 2007, 06:13:51 PM »
i had my fury smoothed finer with a 4,000 grit abralon pad( it was at 2,000 ) and i noticed a seeable difference resulting in more length and more backend reaction. today i was able to play several lines all with good success. i threw several games with medium speed, 45 degrees of axis rotation, and swung the ball 14 to 7. then i threw several games from the outside line.....higher speed, 20 degrees of axis rotation straight down 6-7. finally, i threw several games from a deep inside line, slower ball speed, 60 degrees of axis rotation, swinging the ball from 25 to 11. thus far the octane coverstock and the torsion core are proving to be a good combination.

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Re: Fury
« Reply #33 on: March 31, 2007, 08:39:24 AM »
Well its good to hear how versatile this product is, because i didnt think you could play very straight but i guess with the right oil pattern you can. Thanks for all the great posts everyone. The trade for the fury is almost done and im looking forward to drilling on of these bad boys up! I was thinking pin down around the ring finger with cg stacked or if i go towards the middle finger that id kick the cg a bit to keep it in a strong position. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks
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Re: Fury
« Reply #34 on: March 31, 2007, 03:30:05 PM »
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I was thinking pin down around the ring finger with cg stacked


That seems to be the most popular drilling.  It works well.

You'll be amazed at how this ball reads the midlane but doesn't give up strength.  I think the Torsion Core is doing a lot of the work as opposed to friction, which would kill the power.

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Re: Fury
« Reply #35 on: April 01, 2007, 01:14:57 AM »
My brother rolled his last week... 2 inch pin.. stacked leverage.

Shot was 40 feet wet dry, carry down... he pulled it out when it got soupy and wrecked the rack.. he went 269 279 last two..... ball set up early on this length of oil and wet back ends... serious just making this hard shot look stupid..

Fury is seriously a great ball for heavy oil
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Terminator - Stacked - Heavy oil
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Re: Fury
« Reply #36 on: April 01, 2007, 08:59:53 AM »
Does it appear that speed effects this balls reaction very much? I have a ton of revs and can throw it slow or fast. Planning on this for really heavy patterns just like everyone says its good on. Another question, if this ball is a high end ball, why doesnt it have a marked mb? Is it due to the multiple points on the core??? My pro-shop guy and i were wondering about that when he first got the core for the ball in as a display... Thanks
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Re: Fury
« Reply #37 on: April 01, 2007, 01:49:57 PM »
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Does it appear that speed effects this balls reaction very much? I have a ton of revs and can throw it slow or fast. Planning on this for really heavy patterns just like everyone says its good on. Another question, if this ball is a high end ball, why doesnt it have a marked mb? Is it due to the multiple points on the core??? My pro-shop guy and i were wondering about that when he first got the core for the ball in as a display... Thanks


It's a symmetric core.  It doesn't have an MB.  Not one that really matters anyways.

Edited on 4/1/2007 12:50 PM