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Scream Gold/Teal
« on: May 24, 2013, 09:19:56 AM »
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Roto Grip Scream Ball Specs:
- Color: Gold Pearl/ Deep Teal Pearl All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
- Coverstock: 42L Pearl Reactive
- Core: Late Roll 46 (14-16 lbs)
- Factory Finish: 1500-grit Polished
- RG: 2.57
- DIFF.: .022
- Recommended Lane Condition: Light Oil
- A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal

Description: The Scream was designed for those lighter oil conditions where you need a ball that provides you with great length and control at the breakpoint. It will react later in comparison to its battering mate, the Shout. The Late Roll 46 core was designed to provide maximum length with stable control down lane. This core will produce a minimal amount of flare and strong hitting power through the pocket.The 42L pearl reactive coverstock was created to combat lighter oil conditions. It allows the Scream to easily clear the front part of the lane – and look good doing it.

 

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Re: Scream Gold/Teal
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2013, 01:39:20 PM »
Scream: Layout: 30 x 3 3/8th x 60… box condition…
Tested on: 41 ft THS with HPL with ICE oil and Beaten Path with ICE oil.
The Scream 2013 was a battle for me at first, I tried to play too straight and too far left for the ball, once I found my comfort zone with it, the ball was awesome… I stood 13 and look at the 4 pin as my target, this ball went straight and then had a nice turn into the pocket, I was waiting for the hard charge thru the head pin, but did not see that what so ever. On the KEGEL pattern and stood even farther left, at 9 and look at 5-7 and just tweeted it for there, once I had carry down, this ball gave up a little on the KEGEL, but never showed any signs of weakness on the THS. This ball will be great for houses that have wood or older HPL or with house patterns that don’t have a lot of volume… Great ball for shorter sport patterns also…