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« on: January 03, 2019, 04:12:55 PM »
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Radical Squatch
The Radical Squatch is a throw back to the old Yeti bowling ball. This ball takes the symmetric core used by the Yeti and wraps it in the Ai 39 pearl reactive coverstock to create a truely dynamic bowling ball.

Color: Black/Teal/Platinum
All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
Core: Symmetric
Coverstock: Ai-39 Pearl Reactive
Finish: 500 Siaair/Crown Factory Compound/Crown Factory Polish
RG: 2.482 (15# ball)
Diff: 0.054 (15# ball)
Recommended Lane Condition: Medium to Oily



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Re: Squatch
« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2019, 07:25:04 AM »
The Squatch is a welcomed motion to the Radical line.  After many releases of some of the best skid flip equipment on the market, Radical has filled my tournament gap with the Squatch.  I used a 70x4x35 layout and the Squatch picks up in the mid lane much stronger than any of the recent symmetric releases and rolls off the friction.  For me the Squatch is not ďangularĒ, but donít get that confused, it is still extremely continuous.  It finishes over the 8 pin on a regular basis.  The Squatch will quickly become one of my benchmark balls on many different patterns because it allows me to see what the lanes are doing.  If you are looking for a ball that is easier to read than your skid flip balls, but still goes through the pins very strong, ths Squatch is the ball for you.
Bryan Bannach
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Re: Squatch
« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2019, 06:19:30 PM »
Well, what can be said about the Sqautch? Freaking fantastic!! I believe this new symmetrical piece from Radical will be the next benchmark sym ball that line will have.

This ball is no comparison to the current sym benchmark ball, the Intel Solid, however if the Intel Solid is smoother and you're looking for a hard transition off the pattern. This ball is for you!!!

This ball is going to be a hot seller! Do not miss out on getting your hands on this piece!


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Re: Squatch
« Reply #3 on: January 16, 2019, 10:16:55 AM »
The #SQUATCH comes out of hiding as Lane Side Reviews takes the newest symmetrical ball from Radical Bowling Technologies to the lanes. You won't want to wait another 100 years to see this one!

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Re: Squatch
« Reply #4 on: February 27, 2019, 05:36:23 PM »
Radical Squatch
Iím left handed bowler. My ball speed is around 15 mph. My Rev Rate is around 275 rpms.
I think this is a great ball. It very clean through the fronts and has a lot of backend motion. This is my got ball for my house leagues. I bowl in 3 different centers. And it works in all 3. I highly recommend getting this ball. Also on top of that. It has great shelf appeal.

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Re: Squatch
« Reply #5 on: March 16, 2019, 03:01:37 PM »
Drilled my Squatch 50x4x30 as I wanted a strong pearl sym in my bag to give me that Melee Jab type look on the lane.
Out of the box, the Squatch got way down the lane and really impressed me with how much shape I could make down the lane, yet the shape still be rounded and predictable.  I soon hit it with a beat up 3k pad to remove the polish as my roll naturally gets the ball down the lane and I wanted to see a shape a little closer to my Method than my Cutting Edge Pearl.
I have used this ball on a variety of patterns from a slick 45' Route 66, 41' Beaten Path, some slick synthetic house shots and even on a dry house with Lane Shield.  The interesting thing is that I have had success with this ball on all of these patterns.
Versatility is what makes this ball special and being able to use this ball going straight up 3 arrow on a slick 45' pattern, or coast to coast on a Lane Shield overlay has earned this ball a spot in my tournament bag.  The Squatch is a little more responsive to dry than I would prefer on our THS, but by the time game 3 rolls around, it becomes one of my better options.
Compared to other balls in my bag, the Squatch gives me good length, lots of midlane revs and a very strong arcy backend that fits just under my Method Hybrid.  The general shape reminds me of a jacked up Freakshow Pearl and is as close to a Melee Jab as I have seen to date (the blue Edge Pearl just didn't quite do it for me). 
I recommend the Squatch to bowlers of any style looking for a ball which they can switch to once their favorite benchmark ball begins to roll early or not hit the corner.  This ball takes well to surface changes and is versatile to use on all but the most extreme lane conditions.
Brandon Riley
Brunswick Regional Staff