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Orange or Blue Sparkle
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
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The specifications of the RevolutionIST Blue & Orange Sparkle are as follows: Color: Blue & Orange Sparkle; Coverstock Material: N. Control Reactive Urethane; Part Number: 60-102992; Surface Factory Finish: Polished; Available Weights: 10-16; Hook Potential: 19-11; Typical Length: 4.5; Typical Backend: 10.5; RG Maximum: 2.590; RG Minimum: 2.530; RG Differential: 0.060; Average RG: 4.6; Track Flare Potential: 10.


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Re: Orange or Blue Sparkle
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2001, 02:58:49 AM »
Orange and Blue sparkle is like one of the best unknown secrets in bowling. Had Kenny Hall from Schenectady, NY drill it up for wet dries. This ball goes sooo long and makes the easiest but steady move to the pocket of any reactive ball I've ever seen. Keeps the pins low to the deck. One of our league bowlers borrowed it and was bowling in a PBA shoot-out with Danny Wiseman and he was really impressed with the way it reacted for him. He kept it on me for a month. If you can get one of these it's a keeper.