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Strapper_Squared

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PK 22 Cover - Dynamic Zone 1
« on: April 07, 2004, 12:37:28 AM »
Hey everyone.  I recently picked up a dynamic zone 1 (pearlized pk22 cover and time zone core).  From talking to a few people locally (and reading the brunswick website info), I got the impression that the Powerkoil 22 cover was relatively weak (especially being pearl).  I drilled the ball up for skid/flip with the pin above the ring finger and mb in strong position (1/2 way between thumb and PAP) -  gave me about a 4X2.5 layout.  I was looking for a medium to drier lane ball with good length and backend.  

After throwing the ball, I found it to be much stronger than I expected...  I would say it plays best on medium to heavy conditions... and needs some head oil to get down the lane.  I'm not sure if it is the time zone core, but the ball doesn't seem to want to flip at all...  really gives a smooth arcing backend...  not exactly what I expected or was looking for, but as with many balls, can make it work.

Anyone else have experience with this ball?  Do you get the same reaction?
Thanks,
S^2
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