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Dynamic Power Particle
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
Ball NPS Score: Not Available
HIGH PERFORMANCE
- Coverstock: Solid Particle
- Ball Color: Red/Blue All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
- Finish: 600 Matte
- Flare Potential: 5.5" (Medium)
- RG Average: 2.465 (Very Low) on a scale of 2.43-2.8 Very low-High Break Point
- RG Differential: 0.043 (Medium) on a scale of .000-.080 Low-High Flare
- Recommended Lane Conditions: Heavy Oily
- A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
- Description: Possessing the most overall reaction in the Lane Masters line, the Dynamic Power''''s lower RG core gives you the ability to create an earlier breakpoint. A powerful tool in overcoming heavier volumes of oil.

 

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Re: Dynamic Power Particle
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2008, 05:34:18 PM »
Purchased ball on Sept 1, 2008 from BuddiesProShop.com, had ball drilled-up on November 26, 2008. Ball came 15-3, 2 3/4" pin and 3 oz TW. Ball is laid out 3 1/4" x 2 1/4"(45* x 70*) with a small weight hole in quadrant 3, 2" below Midline, 7/8" past VAL.

The ball is laid-out similarily to one of my Conquerers and Original Black Pearl(Pin below ring, weight hole),it is very close in shape but with a more pronounced move at the breakpoint and overall hook by about 4-5 boards more than the Conquerer and 5-7 boards more than the Black Pearl described above(for lay-out comparisons/pictures see my profile of the above listed balls).


Hope this helps for those of you looking for a true "oiler".



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Re: Dynamic Power Particle
« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2008, 10:16:56 AM »
11/1/2008 9:40:37 PM
Dynamic Power
Lane Conditions: Medium-Heavy Oil
Typical Conditions: House Shot
Type of Lane: All Synthetic
What part of the lane did you play? Second Arrow
Did the ball track out? Normal
Weight of bowling ball: 15
Surface of bowling ball: Polished
What grit was the surface of the ball? 600
Likes: Very Powerful roll--strong backend-carry,carry,carry----this ball is really hot!
Dislikes: Snappy if to dry---

This ball is much more agressive than any other Lane Masters ball. I own a Terminator and a Sure Strike and have access to a Sting. In addition I compared it to my arsenal Roto Cell Pearl-Ebonite NVD-Track Uprising--all of which are great balls for the right condition. I think the most amazing attribute of this ball is that it rolls out of you hand all the way down the lane but does not burn up--it seems to store no matter what except with a really poor release. It totally stunned me that even with the polished cover (not shipped that way) it was at least as strong as the NVD but with the backend of the Cell Pearl. Have not bowled in league yet but 7 practice games with the high 272 and the low--191---This could be Lane Masters most amazing ball release to date !
UPDATE-12/16/08-------------My average has climbed 11 pins in four weeks and I continue to love this ball. I was extremely disappointed with the bowlers journal review which makes claim that the ball is heavy oil specific and only carries well in heavy oil. In addition they say changing the surface does not change the reaction. WRONG----Polishing the surface definitely adds length and lets the breakpoint turn harder. In addition l have bowled on fried lanes near dry or spotty and the ball carries just as well as on heavy oil....Of course you have to adjust your line and speed. It is a great heavy oil ball as well...but I also believe when polished a bit its a great ball for guys that have moderate hand as it does all the work....and for the most does not burn up.........there is not a ball in the Lane Masters line near as aggressive with very little hand....hope this helps.......


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Re: Dynamic Power Particle
« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2008, 08:01:30 PM »
11/1/2008 9:40:37 PM
Dynamic Power
Lane Conditions: Medium-Heavy Oil
Typical Conditions: House Shot
Type of Lane: All Synthetic
What part of the lane did you play? Second Arrow
Did the ball track out? Normal
Weight of bowling ball: 15
Surface of bowling ball: Polished
What grit was the surface of the ball? 600
Likes: Very Powerful roll--strong backend-carry,carry,carry----this ball is really hot!
Dislikes: Snappy if to dry---

This ball is much more agressive than any other Lane Masters ball. I own a Terminator and a Sure Strike and have access to a Sting. In addition I compared it to my arsenal Roto Cell Pearl-Ebonite NVD-Track Uprising--all of which are great balls for the right condition. I think the most amazing attribute of this ball is that it rolls out of you hand all the way down the lane but does not burn up--it seems to store no matter what except with a really poor release. It totally stunned me that even with the polished cover (not shipped that way) it was at least as strong as the NVD but with the backend of the Cell Pearl. Have not bowled in league yet but 7 practice games with the high 272 and the low--191---This could be Lane Masters most amazing ball release to date !
UPDATE-12/16/08-------------My average has climbed 11 pins in four weeks and I continue to love this ball. I was extremely disappointed with the bowlers journal review which makes claim that the ball is heavy oil specific and only carries well in heavy oil. In addition they say changing the surface does not change the reaction. WRONG----Polishing the surface definitely adds length and lets the breakpoint turn harder. In addition l have bowled on fried lanes near dry or spotty and the ball carries just as well as on heavy oil....Of course you have to adjust your line and speed. It is a great heavy oil ball as well...but I also believe when polished a bit its a great ball for guys that have moderate hand as it does all the work....and for the most does not burn up.........there is not a ball in the Lane Masters line near as aggressive with very little hand....hope this helps.......


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Re: Dynamic Power Particle
« Reply #4 on: January 02, 2009, 04:03:36 AM »
this is a good ball for the rev challenged as id like to put it u have high ball speed you'll never get this ball to react unless your bowling on a short oil patterns if you need help and have low ball speed this is the ball for you because of it wanting to roll so early.   defiantly not the best ball I've had from lanemasters and me being a high rev high ball speed bowler this is actually the worst ball i have ever thrown by lanemasters.

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Re: Dynamic Power Particle
« Reply #5 on: February 13, 2009, 09:13:25 AM »
I'm a 182 bowler i owned the big r bang and the black pearl reactive and i love them. got the the power last week first night oil 38 ft out the box three game set 616 the next night same house 692 i love this ball. The ball finds the pocket and hit like a truck. when it hit the pocket a great mix . not a pro i throw about 15 to 15.5 mpg great ball

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Re: Dynamic Power Particle
« Reply #6 on: March 05, 2009, 03:19:28 PM »
I bowl in a scratch league with a wide variety of bowling styles that can provide a real challenge for my style of bowling.  I have medium ball speed with low to medium revs.  I needed to find a ball that would ignore all the "noise" generated from other bowlers throwing all kinds of shots and angles.  When I purchased the Dynamic Power I was looking for a ball that would rev up quick, read the midlane, and finish with a smooth, controlled arc.  My other equipment was more the skid/flip reaction which tended to result in the dreaded over/under shot, especially in later games.  Working with my driller, I got the shape of shot I was wanting.  I can come up the back of this ball and play down and in, or move left, come around the ball, and swing it off the dry.  This gives me a lot of versatility with one ball. As this ball transitions down the lane it maintains its energy all the way to the pins.  I can't remember it ever tipping and quitting.  This is a medium to heavy oil ball.  I think a high rev player could really make it move in heavy oil.

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Re: Dynamic Power Particle
« Reply #7 on: February 15, 2010, 06:18:26 PM »
I got this ball a week ago, because I was so excited about the first lanemaster I ever had, I had this drilled accordingly to lanemasters specifications for oil, so this ball supposedly should not have stop moving towards the pocket, but thats not what had happen. I am right handed, I had to feed this ball to the pocket, it did not move one board to the left in 39 feet of oil, bad carry, its horrible. I finally found a ball to make a 10 pin, not 10 pins together. Lanemasters this is not your best stuff, and I have had alot of bad balls before out of my tenure of bowling, but  if this isn't ranked #1 , its a photo finish.
Very dissappointed!!