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Infinite Physix
« on: July 15, 2022, 05:01:13 PM »
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Storm is pushing the limits of science and performance with the high-performance Storm Infinite Physix. This bowling ball pairs the ReX Coverstock with the Atomic core to provide the perfect amount of traction and control when bowling on various lane conditions. The Atomic Core works for the bowlers due to its center-heavy shape making it less likely to change directions.

Color: Sapphire/Deep Purple/Onyx
All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
Coverstock: Rex Pearl Reactive
Core: Atomic
Finish: 4000-grit Abralon
RG: 2.48 (based on 15# ball)
Differential: 0.053 (based on 15# ball)
Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy Oil
Fragrance: Mystery Scent


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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2022, 09:39:31 AM »
Storm Infinite Physix
Layout: 4.75 x 4 x 3  Storm Vector Layout
Rev Rate: 325 rpm
Testing information: 41 foot THS (medium to light volume)
Bowling Center: Fulton Bowling Center
Kegel Machine – Brunswick Anvilane

The Storm Infinite Physix showcases the REX pearl coverstock along with the Atomic core.  Has anybody figured out the mystery scent?  My guess was raspberry plum.  The lower RG Atomic core wants to rev up early and control the front part of the lane.  The REX pearl coverstock is a touch stronger than recent Storm pearl covers so I would say it is a rounded back end motion.  We tested the Infinite Physix along with the Reality Check and saw any similarities between the two. We gave the Reality Check a slight edge in strength between the two. The Infinite Physix is going to be a 4 or 5 in my 6-ball tournament arsenal, depending on if I shine it or not. I am going to polish mine and give it a go later. #Stormnation


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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #2 on: July 17, 2022, 01:22:26 PM »
The Storm Infinite Physix is a good piece for Heavy Oil patterns. This is more angular than the Proton Physix. When the Proton Physix starts to stop hooking this is a good piece to go to get around the corner with continuous backend motion. All around good piece to have in the bag to start with or when the lanes get over under with Solid pieces.


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Infinite Physix
« Reply #3 on: July 18, 2022, 02:15:09 PM »
The new infinite physix features the rex cover that is also on the dark code. I found that the dark code is a lot cleaner than the new infinite physix, where the infinite physix read the middle part of the lane and still had some continuation. This ball would fit perfectly inbetween a proton physix and an astro physix. If you're a fan of the physix line this will be a must have for you, or if you were looking into getting a physix look no further than the infinite physix, the most versatile physix yet!

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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #4 on: July 18, 2022, 03:16:07 PM »
The Infinite Physix is the newest iteration of the Atomic Core found in all of the previous balls in the Physix line. The REX Pearl coverstock originally featured on the Dark Code gives this ball a huge upgrade. The Infinite Physix is strong, smooth and continuous. It has the feel of a beefed up version of the original Physix. It tips just a bit harder downlane and overall is 3-4 boards stronger than the original Physix. If you like the Physix line, you're gonna love this one!

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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #5 on: July 18, 2022, 04:39:22 PM »
Storm Infinite Physix

Layout: 40 x 4 ¼ x 40

The Infinite Physix might have the strongest overall hook of any pearl coverstock ball that I have ever had. The 4000 grit finish that this ball has, combined with the massive strength of the REX coverstock, enables this ball to have quite a bit of midlane traction. Combine that with strong backend continuation, and you have a ball that is great on medium-heavy to medium conditions. With all that being said, this ball does not feel like a pearl ball in the traditional sense; it is not skid-flip, nor is it sensitive to oil. This is a different kind of strong beast that feels better suited for heavier conditions today.

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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #6 on: July 28, 2022, 01:11:26 PM »
Storm Infinite Physix
Coverstock: ReX Pearl Reactive
Core: Atomic
Layout: 5 x 3 x 4

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The Infinite Physix has the ReX Pearl Reactive cover found on the Dark Code wrapped around the Atomic core. Fortunately, I have the same 5 x 3 x 4 layout (pin in middle finger) on the Infinite Physix, Dark Code, and Nova for an easy comparison. Simply put, this group of balls provides 3 distinct reactions. The Infinite picks up the midlane very well with a nice arching, round motion. The Nova is early and very slow. And on the other end of the spectrum, the Dark Code is much cleaner and more angular, so much that it appears stronger than the others at times because it retains a lot for the backend. I think the Infinite fits in quite nicely in the lineup and is a great choice for anyone looking for a stronger asymmetrical piece that isn’t so strong that it lacks versatility.


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Storm Infinite Physix review by Trevor Roberts
« Reply #7 on: July 29, 2022, 11:36:55 AM »
Lane Condition
Length: 40
Volume: Medium
Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS

The Infinite Physix might have a mystery smell, but this ball motion is no mystery. Every ball in the Physix line is amazing, so I knew this 4th addition to that great line would be no different. This ball is not as strong as the original Physix or Proton, which is good since everything I bowl on seems to hook a bunch. After adjusting the surface on this ball a little bit, I think it is best with more surface than the 4k Fast it comes at. For some that might be 1000 grit, but for me it’s 2000. I compared the Infinite Physix to the Nova, and the Nova was quite a bit earlier and stronger. I think it is much closer to an IQ Tour, which is more of a traditional benchmark ball. That means this ball is versatile and can be used on many different pattern lengths.

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Trevor Roberts
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Rev Rate: 400
Speed: 16
PAP: 5 1/2 up 13/16

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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #8 on: July 29, 2022, 11:43:55 AM »
Storm Infinite Physix Ball Review by PJ Haggerty

The Physix line at Storm has been extremely successful over the years and the Infinite Physix is the latest piece that’s been released.  Using the ReX pearl coverstock along with the Atomic Core, the Infinite is an asymmetrical ball that does not quit down lane.  To be completely honest, out of the box, I expected the Infinite to be earlier rolling.  After practicing with it and using it on different patterns, this ball is much cleaner than initially thought.  The response time is also relatively quick, which I love.

I’ve drilled one so far and love it.  I drilled it with a 5.5 x 4 x 75 layout.  This puts the pin in between my bridge and middle finger and keeps the mass bias just to the right of my thumb.  The Infinite has been a perfect compliment to the Gem and RST X2.  I’ve had the most success when needing to open up my angles and creating more shape because of how quick the response time can be. 

Overall, I love the Infinite Physix.  It’s been awesome on multiple patterns, lane surfaces, and volumes.  It compliments the rest of the line extremely well and rolls extremely predictable.  If you could use an asymmetrical ball that won’t quit down lane and also provide a quicker response time because of the pearl coverstock, the Infinite Physix should be the next ball you drill!



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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #9 on: August 03, 2022, 09:15:37 PM »
Infinite Physix

The new Infinite Physix is a welcome addition to my arsenal. I am a big fan of the Physix line and atomic core. It's a great step down from the Proton Physix as the Infinite is cleaner through the front but still gives me the ball motion I love. On THS, this has been first out of my bag since it was drilled. On longer patterns, it helps me manage the transition when I lose the look with the balls that pick up early. I love this new addition to the Physix line.

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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #10 on: August 05, 2022, 06:37:38 PM »



Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc):THS 12:1


Core: Atomic
Cover: ReX Pearl
Finish: 4000
RG: 2.53 (14 lbs)
Diff: 0.052 (14lbs)
PSA: .015 (14 lbs)

Right-Handed Tweener
Speed: 12-13 mph
Rev Rate: 315
PAP: 4 7/8 Right 3/8 Up

Ball Layout: Pin Up 5 1/4 X 3 3/4 X 1 1/2 VLS
                            45 X 5 1/4 X 20 Dual Angle

The Atomic core has been at the center of many of my favorite high performance Storm releases. It has been fun to see how each different cover has meshed with the core but personally, I've missed the reaction I had with my original Physix. Many high performance pieces lately have been very cover-strong and I've been waiting for the cleaner continuous look I had with the OG Physix.

The REX cover is a perfect blend of NEX and R2S, and retains the best characteristics of both. For me the Infinite Physix has been a great replacement for my original Physix. It begins to shape in the mid-lane, but does not over-read that part of the lane. It continues, and creates a good amount of shape, even on freshly oiled lanes.

One of my biggest compliments on ball motion, is for balls which you can throw on the fresh but not have to get out of immediately when the front of the lane begins to break down. The Physix was the ball I used to compare others to when judging that motion. Now I have the Infinite. On our high volume, longer house shot it is plenty strong to throw on the fresh, but it is so continuous you can move left alot before it feels like it is out of play. As a PSO you're always on the lookout for the ball that looks good on multiple conditions and that continues to match up well through transition. The infinite physix is going to be the "go to" reaction for your bowlers who don't want to have to build an arsenal to stay competitive when the lanes transition.



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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #11 on: August 07, 2022, 01:32:37 PM »
Ball Specs:
Storm Infinite PhysiX
4000-grit Abralon ReXâ„¢ Pearl Reactive
Weight Block: Atomicâ„¢ Core (Asymmetrical)
Color: Sapphire/Deep Purple/Onyx
Fragrance: Mystery Scent

There is a unique shape coming from this bowling ball that we love. The new 4k Fast finish is really looking good on these SPI bowling balls. The Atomic core is very center heavy which drives the RG down and smoothes the ball out while still creating huge continuous power through the pins. This ball also has an intriguing scent which you can currently take a guess in Storm’s ‘guess the scent contest’. Compared to the dark code, this ball is smoother mid lane with a similar entry angle. If you love smooth big asyms then this is your ball!

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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #12 on: August 09, 2022, 12:35:49 PM »
The Physix line has been one of my favorite lines from storm in recent years. With the release of the infinite this ball has become a personal favorite allowing med to get left and open up the lane using 60 x 4 x 30. if you're looking for a high end pearl to add to the line up for the new season this would be a great choice.


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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #13 on: August 10, 2022, 07:53:27 PM »
Storm Infinite Physix
Layout : 70 x 6 x 50
Finish: 4k FAST
Lane and pattern: SPL and 48ft well blended THS

The Storm Infinite Physix was say the least the BIGGEST ball movement I can remember ever seeing. Unlike the any of the prior Physix balls that were released, the ball went a “mile” downlane with a nice blended amount of skid, hook, and when it went into the roll phase, the movement was quick and but not over reactive. When using it in the track area, it was aggressive all the way through the pins, with a little less tilt and more end over end release, the ball still had a TON power getting through the heavier and more concentrated part of the conditioner inside of the track area. I could “HOOK” the WHOLE LANE or I can smooth it out with just a touch of hand position change. The Infinite Physix was still rolling through pins shot after shot, after shot. Most Asys would not be in my bag for league due to my high rev rate and only 15 mph off of my hand with a good bit of tilt, but the Infinite Physix goes with me everywhere I have bowled since its release.


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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #14 on: August 11, 2022, 08:37:23 PM »
Type : THS

“The Infinite PhysiX did not disappoint. With the Atomic core being giving some of the best motion in the market, the Infinite PhysiX gave a cleaner look down lane with more angular motion compared to the OG PhysiX, and is smoother and rounder in shape compared to the Astro PhyiX.

I knew once the Infinite was coming out, I had to get my hands on it. The OG PhysiX gave a smoother early look, and with that ball matching up well with me, there was no doubt I needed the Infinite to give me the angular motion I needed for medium to long patters.

Let me tell you, THIS BALL IS GOOD! Not only was I able l to play the inside part of the lane, but I was able to move my feet right and play up 2nd arrow and the pins had no chance. The R2X pearl coverstock combined with the asymmetric Atomic core is simply a match made in heaven. This ball is going to be perfect for low rev to high rev bowlers and will shine on any part of the lane!

I foresee this ball to be a staple of the PBA tour as well as the PWBA!”