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Conspiracy Scheme
« on: April 14, 2022, 08:53:44 AM »
Ball NPS Score: 100.00
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Radical has taken the popular Conspiracy Solid to a new level with the Conspiracy Scheme. This high-performance ball was reengineered and boasts many improvements to the original including the Motion Magic Solid coverstock that is finished with a 500 Siaair pad then Crown Factory Compound to make this ball ideal for heavy oil.

Color: Purple
All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
Core: Asymmetric (DynamiCore)
Coverstock: Motion Magic Solid
Finish: 500 Siaair/Crown Factory Compound
RG: 2.487 (15# ball)
Differential: 0.056 (15# ball)
Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy Oil

 

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Re: Conspiracy Scheme
« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2022, 11:03:32 AM »
Like the Original, but Just Better!

Bryan Williams, PBA Member and DV8 Pro Staff

If you are a fan of the original Radical Conspiracy, then you will not be disappointed with the new The Conspiracy Scheme.  Like the original Conspiracy, the versatility of this ball is simply AMAZING!  The Conspiracy Hybrid was by far my favorite ball ever.  The versatility and consistency of this ball made it a must have in my bag.  The Conspiracy Scheme is exactly the same.  I drilled my ball pin up above the bridge to really give this ball a much smoother reaction off the spot and the ball performs perfectly.  With Dynamicore added to this ball, its hitting power is just incredible!  If you havenít drilled any Radical Bowling Technologies equipment, you are REALLY missing out!  Another fantastic ball from Radical.  Rest in Power Mo Pinel!

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Re: Conspiracy Scheme
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2022, 12:36:55 PM »

Brandon Riley

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Re: Conspiracy Scheme
« Reply #3 on: May 12, 2022, 03:50:25 PM »
Loved the original Conspiracy (black) and could not wait to add this ball to my bag!
Went 40x4.5x40 (pin over ring) as my standard layout and let the strong cover and early rolling core take over.  In box finish I didn't like this ball.  The Conspiracy Scheme was lazy when it saw friction, but not dull enough when it encountered oil to shape the right way through the pins.  I have tried it at a few different surfaces and have settled on 2k as the ideal for myself.  It has been in my bag for both the Medium (Abbey Road 40') and Short (Broadway 37') in my Challenge league as it provides me the earliest roll of any reactive resin ball in my arsenal.  I have typically been using my Purple Hammer for the first game as the lanes have been tricky, then switching to this ball and moving in 3-4 boards with my feet once urethane began to look touchy.

Compared to other balls in my bag, the Conspiracy Scheme is just a pinch earlier than my Quantum Evo Solid and I would attribute that to the quick rolling Radical core.  When my Conspiracy Scheme starts picking up too early, I have had success balling down to either my Envision (cleaner) or Polaris (cleaner with a quicker response). 

Compared to the original Conspiracy, the Scheme is definitely stronger in the oil and rollier off the dry.  I liked the original for heavier medium/long patterns as it really hit the corner hard for a stronger ball.  The Scheme doesn't do that for me at all.  It serves better as a slower responding strong ball that beats up oil patterns with heavy head oil and booming backends such as short

I recommend the Conspiracy Scheme for bowlers with above average ball speed and rev rate looking for an early hooking tournament ball for short and medium patterns.  For a lower/medium rev late player wanting a stronger ball for league purposes I would rather the Ebonite Polaris or Brunswick Defender - both of which will handle plenty of oil, but make a stronger move on the back end.

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Brandon Riley
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