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Author Topic: Ranging Inferno vs. Monster Brusier  (Read 989 times)


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Ranging Inferno vs. Monster Brusier
« on: January 21, 2004, 03:53:57 AM »
for free, what would you choose?  O.K., not really for free, but I've entered a pro-am, and I get a choice of one of these 2 balls.  Typically I'm your down and in bowling, medium-high to high speed, low revs, high track.  On medium conditions now, I tend to switch between a Phenom Uleashed, Apex Addiction, and TCP Shooter.  Just curious for opinions, although I would have to say I'm leaning towards the inferno based on the fact it's specs says it hooks more.


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Re: Ranging Inferno vs. Monster Brusier
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2004, 09:27:55 PM »
well it depends on what ur type of reaction you are looking for and what condition u are getting the ball for.....
 it looks like you allready have a few particle balls that will roll earlier for you......  so based on your arsinal that you put in your post  i would go with the bruiser.....  

however.... if your looking at what ball would be more for the money i would go with the raging inferno.....
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Re: Ranging Inferno vs. Monster Brusier
« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2004, 10:22:28 PM »
The Raging Inferno is not a "big hooking" ball. It gives you a predictable, even rolling, control-type reaction on oily shots. It will burn up pretty easily when the shot is medium or the heads start to go. I think it's a better ball for big-handed crankers to tone down over/under reactions. I don't think it's a good ball for a stroker type player. The Bruiser is a better overall ball, useful in more conditions. I've seen it used on drier conditions in a highly shined condition, and I've seen it used successfully on medium and medium-heavy conditions with some surface on the ball.