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« on: October 26, 2015, 04:14:34 PM »
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Lane#1 new Dart does the unthinkable and the name says it all.  Yes, a resin ball that flies long on dry lanes.  The Dart features our patented Endcut Diamond core, that minimizes track flare and early hook, making it easy to line up straight down the boards.  Surround by our smooth Explosion coverstock, the Dart gives you the confidence you need to stay in control.  When the lanes get dry, Relax, Stay calm and throw your Dart!!!
Color: Black Maroon
Cover : Smooth Explosion
Core: Endcut Patented Diamond
Hook Rating: 70 out of 130
Flare Potential: 1-2"
Backend Hook: 70%
Pin Placement 12 O'Clock 1-5" out
Construction:  Modified 2 Piece
15lb RG Min: 2.530
15lb RG Max: 2.543
15lb Diff: .013
Int Diff: n/a
Finish: NEAT-T
Increased Dynamics: 12-13-14-15
Available Weights: 12,13,14,15,16



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Re: Dart
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2015, 10:10:16 AM »

Length: 39'


Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS


Likes: Smooth and is all I can say about this ball. I normally start with the CrankR when bowling medium oil patterns. When things get a little toasty I start using the Dart. I get the same shape as my CrankR but just a little less hook. That makes it easy to stay in the same part of lane and not having to move so much.

Dislikes: none

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Re: Dart
« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2015, 08:46:06 AM »
I find the DART to be a great 3rd game ball when the oil is inconsistent with burnt and erratic areas.  Sometimes just moving further inside is not the answer and then the DART can be used in the broken down area.  DART hits and carries well if you get it into a good roll into the pocket with a relatively straight line - it is named "Dart".