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« on: November 13, 2018, 03:50:00 PM »
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Radical is releasing a Conspiracy into the bowling world! The Radical Conspiracy high performance bowling ball combines an asymmetric core with the Forged 2 Solid coverstock to create more hook, great continuation, and lots of entry angle.

Color: Black
All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
Core: Asymmetric
Coverstock: Forged 2 Solid
Finish: 500 / 3,000 Siaair Micro Pad
RG: 2.487**
Differential: 0.056**
** RG and Diff are based off of 15 lb. balls
Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy Oil



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Re: Conspiracy
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2018, 10:05:53 AM »
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Re: Conspiracy
« Reply #2 on: November 19, 2018, 08:51:18 AM »
After rushing to drill new equipment I was very surprised with the strength of the Conspiracy. I didn't think balls could get any stronger than the Trident Abyss, but this one managed to replace that ball in my bag with ease. I showed up to a tournament yesterday that was a blind oil pattern and the tournament directors were hinting that it would be based on a modified house shot. Well Kegel put down a pretty tight 42' sport shot, in a house with backends that don't hook much already. After experimenting in practice I found a line with a little room where I could stay out of everyone else's way. Nobody else on my pair could play within 5 boards of where I was playing with the conspiracy. Beautiful, STRONG mid-lane read and it hits so hard!! I can't wait to try this ball out on the Shark pattern next week.

Kelly Lake
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« Reply #3 on: December 08, 2018, 07:07:58 PM »

The Conspiracy is in a league of its own, trust me. This high end ball from Radical replaces the Katana’s. New core with drill sheets not needing any balance holes, Radical again makes it easy for the PSO’s to get spot on reactions for their customers.

Now, for the good stuff. The Conspiracy gets down the lane quite well, even a little more than I thought it would. For the lane pattern in my home center, there’s quite a bit of oil so I scuffed it with a 1000 pad...ohhh lord, the ball reads the mid lane and then never quits. The hitting power is about the same as my Quantum Bias, which is a lot. The special part of this ball is how it reads transition. Always smooth and never jerky, but the continuation in the pins is always there.

So if your looking for a special ball, look no further. Radical has advanced core and cover technology!!!

Yanick Miller
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Re: Conspiracy
« Reply #4 on: December 30, 2018, 07:36:46 PM »
Simply put, the Conspiracy is just a fabulous bowling ball.  It's aggressive enough to be able to move left and open up the lane even on a fairly high volume lane pattern.  This ball in conjunction with my pearl Brunswick Vapor Zone gives me two good skid flippy options.

Mine is drilled pin above middle finger and has enough bite to not squirt when it sees oil, but yet gives the necessary length to avoid transition problems.  If you were a fan of the original Ridiculous then this ball will be similar but more aggressive.

Radical definitely hit a home run with this piece.  Add one to your arsenal today.

Jeff Poholsky
Brunswick Regional Staff

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Re: Conspiracy
« Reply #5 on: January 31, 2019, 06:07:47 PM »
Drilled my Conspiracy 40x4.25x35 (pin over ring) to battle long & heavy oil.
I rarely drill my Asyms this strong, but I wanted it to be the most hooking ball in the bag and I was not disappointed.  The Conspiracy is the strongest ball I have ever thrown and manages to do so by picking up fairly early, being ridiculously strong in the midlane, yet still providing a decent motion on the backend for such a hook monster.

My first outing was on our heavy oiled house shot (44' Big Ben) the same night I punched up a brand new 4.5" pin up Mag 055.  The Mag055 was the perfect look to the pocket playing 13-10 with all of the traction necessary and sufficient angle to kick the corners.  The Conspiracy had my feet another 5 boards further left with most of that difference made up in the last half of the lane.  The Conspiracy was not the correct ball that night, but it was fun to open up my angles on such a heavy pattern.  After 2 games I had to put this ball away as it was reading too early and the play was not for me to stand against the ball return.  It is apparent that this ball is for heavy oil only and even on what I perceived to be medium volume by that point, it was simply too much ball.

The Conspiracy's best match up has been on 45' Route 66 in that same house where it is really the only ball that will hook for me.  I have decent ball speed and turn, but a low track which matched with the heavy volume and quick transition of carrydown normally gives me difficulty in seeing hook and roll.  This hook monster has allowed me to match up with the higher track players and see the lane properly in such soup.  It is the only ball which will pick up when I start left of 3rd arrow on the fresh and gives me the most recovery boards to the right.

Compared to other balls in my bag, the Conspiracy is 3-4 boards stronger than my Kingpin Rule which slides longer through the midlane and is much more angular down the lane than my Kingpin Max.   This ball has my feet set further left on fresh oil than any other ball in my bag.  The Conspiracy is a really hard ball to compare as it is so strong that when I ball down to anything other than my Kingpin SE or Rule, I am making zone changes to the right (5+ board moves) to see the pattern completely differently. 

I recommend the Conspiracy to anybody looking for some help with HEAVY volume on longer patterns.  As with most strong balls, don't be afraid to hit it with a Siaair pad every 10-15 games to combat the lane shine so that the cover stays rough.  This is a niche ball designed for the heaviest of oils.  Enjoy it on the conditions in which it was designed.
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Re: Conspiracy
« Reply #6 on: January 03, 2020, 10:06:34 AM »
Rev Rate - 325
Ball Speed - 18.5
PAP - 4-1/2" over, 7/16" up
45 x 4.25 x 55

I love this ball!  Reminds me of the original Guru in many ways.  I have matched up very nicely on house shots with it right up the track area and also used it on longer tournament patterns.  To me, it reads the front part of the lane very strong, but still has plenty of kick down lane.  I have found it matches up with higher speed players.  I actually even used it last week on some carry down from inside 4th arrow.  I had to go from 5 steps to 4 steps to get my speed around 17 mph and had to get it up in the air about 3-4 feet.  However, it worked better than my shiny stuff on this because the pattern became quite squirly and I could not get a consistent read.  This ball cleared the fronts with my extra loft and created a strong, but very stable reaction down lane.  This is a must in your bag as it is like a Swiss Army knife - you can attack multiple patterns from multiple angles!

I am going to drill another one with a smaller second angle to have one that responds to the friction quicker
Pete Maduri
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North Tonawanda, NY