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Cool Noize
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
- Coverstock: 300 Reactive Pearl
- Factory Finish: 2000 Abralon
- Color: Blue/Red/Silver All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
- Core: TI Boss II (Symmetric)
- RG Rating (Actual): 16# - 2.55 15# -2.56 14# - 2.56
- Differential (Actual): 16# - 0.035 15# - 0.040 14# - 0.042
- Hook Rating: Oil- 30 Backend- 30
- Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Oil
- Description: The Cool NoiZe is positioned between The NoiZe and the Loud NoiZe in terms of total hook. This ball should give any bowler an eye-popping reaction on medium lane conditions. This ball, which features our TI Boss II core design, is surrounded by our 300 Reactive Pearl shell, making this ball as ‘Cool’ as they come.

 

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Re: Cool Noize
« Reply #16 on: July 17, 2009, 04:41:36 AM »
I drilled mine with the pin and cg in my palm to even out some roll, a new layout for me. This ball reminds me of the Momentum Swings little brother in by a close reaction just a little less. It fits in for me when the lanes get some over under I can bring it out and know the reaction I will get. Great ball for those looking for a lot of ball movement but has a budget.

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Re: Cool Noize
« Reply #17 on: August 11, 2009, 08:52:17 PM »
Columbia nailed this one perfectly - it fits right between the Loud NoiZe and the original NoiZe.  It reads the midlane earlier than the Loud and later than the original with a hard arc on the backend.  It is also very versatile as to where you can play with it on the lane.  It does not over-react off the dry playing out or squirt in the oil as you move in, but still recovers nicely.  The characteristics of this ball create area for the bowler and covers up any release mistakes one might make.  What really impressed me with this ball was the continuation through the pins and the pin carry with this ball.  This ball strikes a lot!

This ball will be the first ball out of my bag.
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Re: Cool Noize
« Reply #18 on: November 07, 2009, 02:56:46 PM »
This is so smooth!! I shot my first PBA 300 with the cool noize! 225 aver on the Chameleon pattern. Cool #1 is 5 inches over ringer box finish. Works great on league pattens as well PBA patterns. Cool#2 is 5 1/2 up CG 4 7/8 from ap deep inside angles. I use these balls alot on the Kegel patterns on local tourns. The Noize line follows each other well, the cool noize gives me both balls in one!Lamont Greene C300 Regional Staffer

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Re: Cool Noize
« Reply #19 on: November 17, 2009, 07:29:37 AM »
I just got this ball last week and let me tell you< this ball has some sharp hook. I bowl in two differetn houses and both usaully kill me when they put down fresh, medium to heavy oil down. The first house I used it in, it had lots of potential in it.But when i was using it, i didnt hit my mark but when i did, it packed a punch.. I'm about a stroker with a maybe 300-350 rev rate and I dont know my speed but this ball is the best

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Re: Cool Noize
« Reply #20 on: November 18, 2009, 12:48:15 PM »
Me Too!  i got this ball last week when i asked the proshop gyu to get me a skidsnap ball that hukd real late and then I drilld it and whoa whas it ever good i mean i don't rip it like yuo do but i stil got lots of acshun and the ball almost always hit the 5 when i thru it good what a grate ball for everbuddy.

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Re: Cool Noize
« Reply #21 on: November 18, 2009, 01:24:08 PM »
Honestly, what more needs to be said than what dc200s (probably John Jowdy in disguise) covered? This ball rocks if you hit your mark. And it hooks. Good ball, I recommend it if you can hit your mark. Otherwise, this ball's not for you.

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Re: Cool Noize
« Reply #22 on: July 29, 2010, 08:22:38 PM »
Columbia 300 Cool Noize

Pin/CG Distance:  1.5-2”
Layout:  Pin in ring finger, CG kicked slightly towards palm
Surface:  2000 abralon
Reaction:  Mid Lane read with arcing backend reaction

The Cool Noize utilizes a pearl version of the coverstock that was used on the Rival, which was one of my favorite balls of the past couple of years.  One of the weaknesses of the Rival was that it wanted to read the front part of the lane a little too much.  By adding a pearl additive to this coverstock and using the TI-BOSS core which is a little higher RG than the original Rival.  The Cool Noize is a ball best used for playing straighter angles unless the back part of the lane is really hooking.  I’ve used the Cool Noize on league shots when I’m trying to stay a little further right and control the breakpoint.  This ball is very usable on the shorter PBA patterns (Cheetah and Viper) as well.  

The Cool Noize struggles from inside angles unless the backends are really booming.  This is partly due to the layout and the shorter pin distance.  The Cool Noize does a very fine job of controlling over/under ball reaction on wet/dry conditions, if this ball.  As a matter of fact, if this ball can control the over/under, it’s time for urethane or plastic.  

The term “straighter is greater” definitely applies to this Cool Noize.  The Cool Noize will destroy any oil pattern with friction on the gutter because of the mid lane read and continuous backend.    If there’s a shot on the gutter, this is the ball that will come out of my bag first.   This ball struggles with inside angles unless there’s a significant amount of friction in the back part of the lane.   I was looking for a replacement ball for my Rival when it cracked last year and I definitely found it with the Cool Noize.  


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Re: Cool Noize
« Reply #23 on: November 25, 2010, 08:59:57 AM »
Drilled up a 15 lb Cool Noize with a 2.5 inch pin. It had just over 2 oz of top weight before drilling. I'm A no thumber. One drill I like is to put cg between the fingers with the pin just right (right handed) of the fingers. I have the finger holes drilled deep to get below 1 oz of top weight with 0 finger or side wt. That is how I drilled the CN. I usually get a very even reaction out of this drill. The CN is nice and even, and I like the nice late reving core. The cover is a little strong for the oil volumes I see. Even polished I have trouble getting the ball to slide out to the breakpoint. I have to play really deep to get the ball to the pocket. This is not my comfort zone. Even from deep inside the carry is above average. The cover just is a tad too strong for the ball to be of everyday use.
     In conclusion, the CN is a good pearl ball for lower rev rates or higher ball speeds. I feel that the cover is a bit strong for a rev dominant player like myself. I probably would have been better off with a Loud Noize.

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Re: Cool Noize
« Reply #24 on: January 09, 2011, 01:13:36 PM »
LANE CONDITION





Length: 40ft   

 

Volume:High



Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc):
THS


 



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Likes: Legnth and carry through the pins is great. I love how you can really mix the pins up when you hit the pocket light.


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