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Navy Bowler

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Sport Condition Drill Patter/Ball
« on: December 15, 2005, 12:24:42 AM »
Need to drill some stuff up for Team USA qualifying next month and need some help. What do you thing is the best Big B ball for sport conditions? I also need a good drill for that ball. Thanks for the help...JD

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dizzyfugu

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Re: Sport Condition Drill Patter/Ball
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2005, 08:29:47 AM »
Out of the blue... an Absolute Inferno, drilling pattern 2E.
Rolly, easy to control on almost anything form medium-dry to oily conditions.

A Vapor Zone could be a bet, too, but it is asymmetrical and giving a proper drilling indication is more difficult to fit to your style.
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MegaMav

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Re: Sport Condition Drill Patter/Ball
« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2005, 08:37:13 AM »
check out mine in my profile...

its an in-between layout (my favorite).

gets to about the end of the midlane and makes a hard arc to the pocket.
GIANT footprint through the pocket.

the surface was adjusted with a green scotch brite (600 Grit) and 3M Rubbing Compound.

it was checking up too early at only 600 grit finish, so the 3M Rubbing Compound gave it about 3-4 feet more length and still kept it smooth at the break.

rolls like a dream, highly recommended for med-heavy conditions where typical pearls keep sliding too far.