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Wrath High Flush
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
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The Wrath “High Flush” moves forward with a historic core and new veneer. The proven Ti Boss II core is combined with our new “Bring It Back” veneer to build a high performance look in a mid-priced package. Due to the finish (4000 Abralon), this ball will not be as sensitive to oil as most skid flip products. This ball does what great mid price balls do: It goes long, flips hard and hits like a truck!

Color: Purple/Red Pearl Core: Ti Boss II
Coverstock: "Bring It Back" Reactive
Surface: 4000 Abralon
Reaction: Skid/Flip
Hook Rating: Oil - 20, Backend - 35
RG Differential: .035 (Medium Flare) on a scale of .000-.080 Low Flare-High Flare
RG Average: 2.55 (Medium) on a scale of 2.43-2.80 Very Low-High Break Point
Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Oil
   

 

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Re: Wrath High Flush
« Reply #1 on: September 21, 2007, 02:22:46 AM »
Drilled this one up on Monday, took it to league night where the lanes dried up quickly, and realized that this ball needs some shine on it.

 While the ball still got down the lane pretty easy. I realized tonight after shining this up to about 2000 abralon, along with some Beans Secret Sauce this ball waits for it's move and than hits like a truck. The next thing I noticed is that with the shine, the ball gets to it's break point without any problems.

Drilled pin below ring finger with cg swung out at a 42 degree angle, small extra hole      0  0
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this is by far my favorite drilling, nothing special tonight, but first night shined, 735= 230 279 226 couple of problems but most of them operator error.

I can see what is Columbia 300 is trying to do here, and I must applaud, "The High Flush", is a great compliment to the " Resurgence, and the Rival" with these three balls in my bag I am very confident going not only into any league night, but tournament play as well

Congratulations to Chad Murphy and his co-workers with their first efforts coming out of Kentucky. I am really looking forward to bowling with these and watching my fellow bowlers as these balls go flying out of our shops.        








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Re: Wrath High Flush
« Reply #2 on: September 21, 2007, 10:42:18 AM »
Ball does what its advertised to do HIT LIKE A TRUCK.  Have mine drilled 4x5
pin under ring finger.  Polished 4000 abralon with beans secret sauce.  Going through span and pitch changes so more good games than bad.  Update more later with more games on it.  Rolls smooth through the front part of the lanes playing 20 to 10 and destroys the pocket only leaves are stone 7's, 8's and high flush 10 pins (LEFTY).

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Re: Wrath High Flush
« Reply #3 on: October 03, 2007, 12:35:00 PM »
I drilled the Wrath High Flush, Resurgence, and the Rival. After the Demo day in Las Vegas at BowlExpo I was pretty excited to put this ball in my bag.

The layout on this ball were the pin 4 5/8 inches from my PAP, and the CG 4 1/4 inches from my PAP.  No weight hole was needed.

On our fresh normal house shot, this ball was ok.  With our heavier volume of oil this ball tended to go longer than needed.  But as the lanes burned out, this ball started to show its true colors.  The ball is best on Medium Oil.  The ball reaction you should see with this ball is good length and a strong turn to the pocket.  The three Columbia balls compliment each other well.  The Resurgence is the strongest ball in the line-up and handles Heavier oil patterns well.  The Rival is a great overall benchmark ball, and one of the most versitile balls I have thrown in years. The Rival is best on Medium Oil patterns, but can handle just about anything with surface tuning.  The High Flush is the skid/flip ball in the line, and good on medium oil, but can handle the drier lane conditions too.

Overall, I think with these 3 balls you will be able to handle a wide variety of the lane conditions that you will see when traveling around.

Any questions, please email me at http://Bill@BuddiesProShop.com.
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