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Equipment Boards => Brunswick => Topic started by: crusher267658 on April 26, 2007, 09:43:13 AM

Title: I'm about to buy a Absolute
Post by: crusher267658 on April 26, 2007, 09:43:13 AM
I just made a deal for a Absolute Inferno with someone on here. I have been dying to try out one of the Inferno's. I hope it will work well for me.
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High Game: 279 (Hammer Black Widow) 1/17/07
High Series: 757 (Hammer Black Widow) 1/17/07

My Current Arsenal,
Columbia 300 Action
Hammer Black Widow
Soon to come, Absolute Inferno
Doom Raw Hammer
Soon to come, TPC Warrior
Faball Black Hammer

For Sale or Trade:
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14lb second drill Faball Black Hammer
16lb single drill V2 Strong/R

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Title: Re: I'm about to buy a Absolute
Post by: spinner031 on April 26, 2007, 06:56:57 PM
Just so you re aware, the Absolute can be lengthy...
Title: Re: I'm about to buy a Absolute
Post by: crusher267658 on April 26, 2007, 07:01:11 PM
That's what I like.
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High Game: 279 (Hammer Black Widow) 1/17/07
High Series: 757 (Hammer Black Widow) 1/17/07

My Current Arsenal,
Columbia 300 Action
Hammer Black Widow
Soon to come, Absolute Inferno
Doom Raw Hammer
Soon to come, TPC Warrior
Faball Black Hammer

For Sale or Trade:
14lb single drill Blade Reactive
14lb second drill Faball Black Hammer
16lb single drill V2 Strong/R

My 06-07 Bowling Stats:
http://bowlingtracker.no-ip.org:2222/personalstats/ViewStats.asp?PS_LeagueID=7414


Photos Of Balls I Have Used In The Past 3 Years:
http://s99.photobucket.com/albums/l290/crusher267658/My%20Bowling%20Balls/
Title: Re: I'm about to buy a Absolute
Post by: MegaMav on April 26, 2007, 07:16:12 PM
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Just so you re aware, the Absolute can be lengthy...


Thats news to me.

I have 2 absolutes, and they both roll early an smooth.

If its lengthy for you, you either have high ball speed, a length layout or both.
Title: Re: I'm about to buy a Absolute
Post by: Joe Jr on April 26, 2007, 07:20:53 PM
I've had 2, one had a lot of length and the other had even more length. Even with surface they were far from early.

Of ocurse that's just my experence with the Absolute.
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Title: Re: I'm about to buy a Absolute
Post by: J_Mac on April 26, 2007, 07:21:24 PM
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Just so you re aware, the Absolute can be lengthy...


Thats news to me.

I have 2 absolutes, and they both roll early an smooth.

If its lengthy for you, you either have high ball speed, a length layout or both.


Yup... that smooth part is one of the reason's I'm selling mine...
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Title: Re: I'm about to buy a Absolute
Post by: spinner031 on April 26, 2007, 09:04:58 PM
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Just so you re aware, the Absolute can be lengthy...
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Thats news to me.

I have 2 absolutes, and they both roll early an smooth.

If its lengthy for you, you either have high ball speed, a length layout or both.


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Yup... that smooth part is one of the reason's I'm selling mine...




Odd, but whatever.  Must be the drilling.  mY point about this was that it may just be a "second" Black Widow.  But if you drill it for a smooth arc, then I would advise it.
Title: Re: I'm about to buy a Absolute
Post by: LuckyLefty on April 26, 2007, 09:12:50 PM
I have one and I find all the INFERNOS....dramatically different!

The original inferno was VERY EVEN for me(too even...not enough POP).  This one the Absolute has a lot more backend.

As to length....pretty long....but a lot of that is the SURFACE(polished) and the pin position on mine!  5 1/2 pin to pap under bridge!

I'm convinced this is a fantastic bowling ball and can be changed in a lot of ways to match your local synthetic condition.

I have not tried on wood much!

REgards,

Luckylefty


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