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Wrath SF
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
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 The Wrath SF (Super-Flip) features the double cylinder core shape and the popular STS XP™ (Stuff That Strikes – X-tra Power) coverstock. This ball will provide bowlers length through the front and outstanding backend motion. The core boasts a medium Rg at 2.50 with a differential of .050. The Wrath comes in an attractive three-color (Teal/Purple/Red) polished ball and is available in weights of 12 to 16 lbs.

Coverstock: STS (Stuff That Strikes) XP™

Weight Block: Double Cylinder Core (TiBoss II)

Ball Color: Teal/Purple/Red with Neon Yellow/Neon Orange Engraving All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.

Hook Potential: In Oil 17, Backend 30 on a scale of 0-60 Low-High

RG Differential: 0.050 (Medium-High Flare) on a scale of .000-.080 Low Flare-High Flare

RG Average: 2.504 (Low) on a scale of 2.43-2.80 Very Low-High Break Point

Recommended Lane Condition: Medium



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Re: Wrath SF
« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2007, 12:39:21 PM »
Pin: 3"
Pin Placement: up and right of the ring finger
CG: about even with my center of grip and about a inch right of the pin
X-Hole: 6" right of my center of grip
... for anyone that really cares about that crap when people put it up here

When they say that SF means "Super Flip" they're not kidding.  The Wrath SF gets clean through the heads and saves up a ton of energy to make... not a bounce or snap to the pocket... but a turn and an extremely hard arc that continues through the pins.  The low RG on this ball allows it to rev up quickly and nicely transistion through its skid, hook, and roll phases.  When i threw this ball for the first time, i was standing on 30, and getting the ball out to about the 7-8 boards.  The aggressive backend reaction on this ball helped me carry most of my 10 pins.  The only thing i was really leaving were 9 pins every once in a while when i got a hair slow.  If you're looking to compare the Wrath SF to the Wrath XP (i have both of them) i would say the the SF gets down the lane longer, and out hooks the XP by about 5-6 boards overall, and about 3-4 just on the backend.  i would definitely recommend this ball to anyone that has a medium to high rev rate and can keep their speed somewhat consistent, otherwise i think it'll be a little squirty on the backend.


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Re: Wrath SF
« Reply #2 on: January 25, 2007, 12:26:36 AM »
OK I got this ball last week. I have 15 games on it now, and I must say it is a great compliment to the Wrath line, this ball gets down lane really easy and you can see when it wants to release. It hits harder than either of my other Wrath's and just loves the clean back ends. It is not an oil eater like the Wrath XP, but it is a real clean reaction.

I drilled this ball identical to my Action Max: Pin under ringer finger and cg kicked way out past my thumb. I will drill up another one just to see how it reacts when I stack one.

In my opinion, this would be a great ball to add to anyone's arsenal.

Congrats to the entire Columbia 300 staff for coming up with his ball:

I would like to thank Chad Murphy and his staff for providing me a chance to throw such wonderful equipment

Dale Williams

Columbia 300 Amateur Staff Utah

Dale Williams
Columbia300 Amateur Staff Utah


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Re: Wrath SF
« Reply #3 on: October 28, 2007, 09:24:52 PM »
I have had this ball for about 6 months now, my first real hooking ball. I don't think this ball is too bad however I think it would be better suited for someone who has high revs/speed because it seemed to die on me right before it hit the pins, which gives me not so hot carry on flush shots. I would not reccomend this to someone as their first hooking ball, perhaps go for something more arcy like an anger or bvp wizard.
Edited on 2/23/2011 at 10:27 AM