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Zing! Pearl
« on: August 06, 2020, 09:14:39 AM »
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Add a little zing to your game with the Radical Zing! Pearl high-performance bowling ball! The core designed for the Zing! was done with the Katana in mind but with more dynamics offering the driller more options. This ball is wrapped in the Forged 2 Pearl coverstock. This core and cover combination offers the most backend of all the Zing! balls to date. The Zing! Pearl also utilizes Radical's DynamiCore technology that increases the ball's coefficient of restitution which causes the pins to reflect off the ball faster resulting in a higher strike percentage.

Color: Copper/Pink/Black
All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
Core: Zing! Asymmetric w/ DynamiCore
Coverstock: Forged 2 Pearl
Finish: 500, 1000 Siaair/Crown Factory Compound
RG: 2.499 (15# ball)
Differential: 0.051 (15# ball)
Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy Oil
Reaction: Length with strong backend reaction
Hook Potential: High
Length: Late



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Re: Zing! Pearl
« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2020, 01:27:36 PM »
The Zing Pearl is the latest Top Shelf addition to the Zing Line it has a RG 2.499 lower dif  .051 Asymmetrical ball wrapped in the Forged 2 Pearl coverstock that eases through the midlane while producing a Flip type backend motion that is very continuous through the pins.
 I drilled mine 45 x 4 x35 degrees making it very versatile on many medium oil patterns.  I can miss wide of my target and the ball rushes off the spot and still carries with no deflection! 

The Zing Pearl is a few boards sharper off the spot than the Conspiracy Pearl making it a great choice when you need a little more when the Conspiracy Pearl is not making the corner.

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Re: Zing! Pearl
« Reply #2 on: September 30, 2020, 07:46:49 PM »
I recently punched up this ball. The layout is 60 x 4 x 40. A standard house shot layout. I must say I was surprised on the backend reaction. It is sharp and hard off the backend. Its very clean they the fronts. And saves it for the backend. If you need a more backend ball. Well check this ball out. 
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Re: Zing! Pearl
« Reply #3 on: October 05, 2020, 10:59:17 PM »

Length: 41

Volume: 25ml

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc):THS


Likes: Cool colors.  Stronger ball with good length due to large intermediate differential.  I got a great reaction with the pin under my ring finger.....even as a stroker.  Played very well between 5 and 10 breaking outside of 5.



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Re: Zing! Pearl
« Reply #4 on: October 29, 2020, 09:10:59 AM »
I drilled the Zing! Pearl to be my benchmark pearl asymmetric ball, and it delivers big time! I am a left handed bowler, 340 rpm, 16.5 mph, 18 AT, 55 AR, so I needed something clean through the fronts, but would really motor on the back part of the lane. I drilled the Zing! Pearl 45 x 4.5" x 35 for length and very strong, defined continuation, and it really gets through the mid-lane well and churns through medium-heavy volumes. I have had success on Earl Anthony 43' and two different house patterns, playing further inside with less angle and incredible pin carry. The big motor in this ball, combined with DynamiCore technology, for extra hitting power and longevity, give it the perfect combination of hit and control. The Forged 2 Pearl cover makes this Zing! cleaner than the original solid, but come off the spot harder than the hybrid. If you want power, hit, and control, DO NOT miss out on the Zing! Pearl from Radical. Available now from Moore's Pro Shop and pro shops everywhere!

- James Goulding III
James Goulding
Bowler Builders Pro Shops
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Length: 43


Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS


   Zing Pearl is exactly what you think it would be, long and angular at the break point.  First time using this ball I was able to stand left and toss it right and enjoy the show on the end.  The house shot had very high friction outsides so I want able to stand on 35 and slow roll it to the outside for it to come roaring back.  Out of all the asymmetrical pearl bowling balls, this one is my favorite