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Silver Streak
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
Factory Finish: 1500- Polished

Radius Of Gyration: Low (2.52)

Differential: Medium (.040)

Hook Potential: 16 (25 scale)

Flare Potential: 4 Inches

Length: 7 (10 scale)

Backend: 8 (10 scale)

Coverstock: Sure Griptm Reactive

Available Weights: 12-16 Lbs.

Weight Block: Modified Rotarytm core

Color: Classic Black

D-Scale: 75-78

 

tonygee

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Re: Silver Streak
« Reply #31 on: April 01, 2004, 11:27:35 AM »
Hits like a MACK TRUCK except when there's oil then it hits like a BUS, on every other day except Tuesdays though it hits like a FREIGHT TRAIN.  On Holidays and Sundays its not so good, only hits like a PIT BULL!

If you use it on a Leap Year it'll knock 11 pins down.  If you use it during the George W Bush years it'll hit like WMD (weapon of mass destruction), Bin Laden's got a few of these Balls...GO GET HIM GEORGEE!

Otherwise I feel only lukewarm about this ball.  Hope this was a helpful review

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Re: Silver Streak
« Reply #32 on: May 13, 2004, 02:40:13 AM »
Ordered this ball wanting something that would get down the lane and turn the corner hard, but i didnt want something pearl as with my typical release pearls can be extremely squirty for me.  SO i wanted a resin ball that was aggressive off the dry.  And this is what i got

Drilled with the pin under my ring finger and the static kicked out.  This drilling should give me length with a strong move on the back.  Well this is defenetly what i got.  Using it the first night i had it drilled in league a month ago i was able to move into the oil and "bank" it off the dry, its not a violent move off the dry but a very hard move.  It still gave me some movement if i tugged it and would defenetley recover from sending it right, yet it would leave a solid ten since the severe angle it came in with would send the 6 around the 10.  A very good ball, exactly what i was looking for.  I can use this on the typical house shot or a burned out shot with a defined dry spot i can bank it off.  Great Job Roto


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"yes i throw it like a girl, but i throw like a girl exactly the same every time"

tonygee

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Re: Silver Streak
« Reply #33 on: May 28, 2004, 03:38:52 PM »
buy this ball buy this ball buy this ball buy this ball buy this ball buy this ball

Why because they're selling it

Its round, it fits in the ball return and if you want to buy a ball they will sell it to you if they have one.

By the way the "buy this ball" part shown above was suppose to be in the subliminal part of this forum/internet.

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Re: Silver Streak
« Reply #34 on: February 07, 2005, 03:19:32 PM »
Drilled this up pin under ring finger, cg lower palm and mb below the thumb.  Great ball on fresh shots.  Shined it up for an over under shot and it is great for the 1st game and a half, but backs off a little when there is carry done.  If you are looking for a ball for a tight tube shot, this is the one.  Carry is exceptional like every other Roto-grip I have thrown.

Roto Runner

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Re: Silver Streak
« Reply #35 on: February 21, 2005, 09:39:31 PM »
This ball is laid out 4 1/2 " from pap by the side of my ring finger
kicked to 35 degrees with a med size WH . This ball with  this
lay out ; I get a skid /flip reaction. I use this ball on C pattern
and places where I know how much area I have. Love this ball. Hardly
wait to receive another one

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Re: Silver Streak
« Reply #36 on: January 05, 2006, 08:05:49 PM »
Pick this up NIB back in April05. Didn't use it much just wanted another one in 14# as I was using my Ressurection as my go to ball. Favorite drill; pin under ring w/cg kicked out. When lanes dry up, I pull this baby out and start swinging the lane. Still a great ball. I guess thats why they made the SE....9
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