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Extreme Impact
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
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Coverstock Type: Reactive Resin

Hook Potential: 5 (10 scale)

Box Finish: Hand Polished

Particle Load: None

RG: 2.467

DRG: .066

Hardness: 75 - 77

Color: Red - Yellow



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Re: Extreme Impact
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2003, 10:54:08 AM »
I can't put this ball down except where there is long oil. Most know I throw almost all Lane 1 but Lane Masters sent me the Extreme Impact and the Massive Impact to test.  I drilled both and I am so impressed with the Extreme Impact I Can't put the ball down.

15 LB ball with a 3 inch pin and 3 1/4 oz of top.

Drilled the ball with the pin just below the ring finger and the cg stacked.

My ball speed is about 17, rev rate about 300 axis tilt at 23, track a little low but not a spinner.

This ball for my style is not a good heavy oil ball or a ball that would handle carry down very well.  BUT, this ball gets through the heads better then any ball I have ever owned.  Those who know the Grove bowling center, old wooden house flying backends, oil does not last long in the heads, carry down is not a problem, this is a tremendous ball for this condition.  The ball seems as if it just floats through the heads and makes a very controllable arc to the pocket.  The carry is also tremendous.  It keeps the pins lower then any other ball I have thrown.  The messengers are a plenty.  The best condition I have thrown this ball on was short oil and strong backends.  The ball swings very well but it doesn't have the hockey stick reaction back to the pocket.  It plays down and in very well also.  I would like to see someone throw this ball that has a higher track and more hand then I do.  I have shot some very big numbers in the last week using this ball.  Even used it yesterday during pot bowling and when everyone else couldn't find a shot because their equipment was hooking to hard and even when they hit the pocket, they left solid 7, 8 and 9's.  They just didn't carry.  I went in a touch light and carried the house.  Sorry to ramble but this ball has me very interested.  I am going to start to test the Massive Impact this week.  Extreme is reactive and the Massive is particle.

Thanks for reading.

Nicanor (Ten On The Deck)


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Re: Extreme Impact
« Reply #2 on: June 11, 2011, 05:19:17 AM »

Length: 38 and 40 ft


Volume: medium

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc):38 Challenge kegel




Likes: Very good movement on the lane, very predictable (mine is drilled 4x4),you can read the transition of the lane and made adjustment very good ,awesome impact against the pins, great carry

Dislikes: light oil