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G Force Nebula
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
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Color: Merlot
Cover Stock: Bleeder Pearl Particle
Core: W.A.S Patented Diamond
Overall Hook Rating: 95 out of 120 Max
Backend Hook: 70%
Flare Potential: 5+
Pin Placement: 12 O''Clock 1-5" Out
Construction: Modified 2-Piece
15lb RG Min: 2.516
15lb RG Max: 2.568
15lb Diff.: 0.051
Hardness: 75-77 D-Scale
Finish: Highly Polished



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Re: G Force Nebula
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2007, 01:16:47 PM »
Drilled this ball pretty boring. Pin above fingers on CL and MB 2 inches left of the VAL. No extra hole. This ball really rolls great! I like the core/cover combo alot with my high axis tilt. This ball was very smooth with this layout for me. It had easy length with a hard smooth move in the backend. Ball hit extremely good for 14lbs. I have only thrown this on a THS so far but I like the look of the roll.  Should be very good overall.  Shot 750 with it the first night. Always a good sign.

Rev Rate: 425+
Axis Tilt: Very High (70*)

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Re: G Force Nebula
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2008, 03:55:09 AM »
I'm a tweener and this was my first Lane #1 Ball.  I had this ball drilled with the pin outside my ring finger and the cg in my palm.  This ball went extremely long for me, it just seems like its always fighting to make the corner.  Swinging this ball with anything but a small inside hook leaves dozens of 10 pins, I'm almost always forced to play it down and in - - many times it'll just hang.  I expected the ball to be more aggressive being a pearl particle, but it didn't give me the movement I thought it would.  One thing I'll say, the ball is consistent, it just consistently doesn't give me much movement.  I think on a drier or shorter condition this ball would be explosive, or maybe when things start to burn-up deep into the second game, although I have never found a time in league where the condition was dry enough.  I've scored OK with this ball - - typical 600's, but nuttin special.  I think a cranker or slow-speed bowler would enjoy this ball, but the average Joe 190+ tweener will find little use for it unless he bowls in a place where the backends are always "flyin".  Anyway, not a bad ball, just doesn't do much for my heart rate.

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Re: G Force Nebula
« Reply #3 on: June 21, 2009, 06:48:52 AM »
I drilled my Nebula with the pin above the fingers, with the cg kicked a couple inches and with a weight hole one inch above my val. It had a 3 inch pin. What I got was a so-so kinda ball... I have tried a couple different surfaces and right now its at 4K polish, and is a little squirty acting.

   The only way I would pick up one of these is if I found one at a steal. Right now you can actually find them at great prices. For me the matchup just wasn't there. I would give it a 7 because its nothing special. It will be a good ball to burn up a league with though.                  John Davis