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Infinite Physix
« on: July 15, 2022, 05:01:13 PM »
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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Infinite Physix Review
« Reply #16 on: August 14, 2022, 06:21:02 PM »
Ball Specs:
Infinite Physix
Pearl Reactive
4000 Grit abralon
Asymmetric Core
Layout 50 x 5 x 40

Bowler Specs:
Right Hand. PAP 5” Over 1/2 up
Rev Rate 300. Tilt 20. Rotation 50.
Speed at cameras 15.5

Review:
The Storm Infinite Physix is another very good aggressive ball form Storm. The “guess the scent promotion” from Storm had a good response at our shop. My guess was Blueberry Coffee Cake which was pretty close. At box finish this is in my top balls for total hook. The Infinite Physix is not as strong as my Gem but covers plenty of boards. This ball starts early and gives me a nice arching motion on most conditions. I felt like I would get more non tournament use out of the Infinite shined up so I applied polish right over the box finish. This did not cut down the total hook very much due to adequate friction on a house type shot but gave the ball a lot more angle to the pocket. The carry was good in box finish or with the polish applied. I have rolled this ball quite a bit now and it has had great reviews and is selling very well.  The Infinite Physix reminds me of a stronger Dark Code when polished.

Summary:
The Infinite Physix is very versatile for a strong ball.
This ball is best used on heavier oil conditions.
This ball has a lot of motion with box surface or shined up.

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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #17 on: August 14, 2022, 10:50:04 PM »
I had the PhysiX and Proton PhysiX so I knew I had to get the Infinite PhysiX. This ball goes long and really pops on the backend. I am bowling in a sport shot league where we change patterns every 3-4 weeks. This ball is definitely going to be a ball I take when we are bowling on a longer pattern and when I go to tournaments as well. With my low rate and higher ball speed I tend to have more sanded and stronger equipment in my arsenal. This would definitely be a ball I would take with me when bowling on a house shot as well due to its length and pop on the back end. This ball is definitely a winner and a great addition if you are needing a ball for medium to heavy oil.

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Infinite PhysiX Review by Luke Rosdahl
« Reply #18 on: August 16, 2022, 01:23:52 PM »
The Infinite PhysiX features the ReX Pearl coverstock that debuted on the Dark Code, and which comes at 4000 grit over the strong and dynamic asymmetric Atomic core, which comes in at a 2.48 RG, .053 differential, and an .017 intermediate differential in 15 pounds. For me, the Infinite features a bit of a different shape from the previous balls in the Physix line. The other PhysiX balls seem to be more angular and slightly forward off the end of the pattern, and while the Infinite is stronger on the backend than the Proton at least, it's a very round and continuous shape. The Infinite is very similar in strength to the Dark Code, but is longer and sharper, so despite looking nearly identical on paper, there are appreciable and noticeable differences. The Infinite is a nice ball down from the strong solid asyms in the line like the Gem, Proton PhysiX, and Reality, but a ball up from balls like the Nova, RST X-2, and Rubicon UC2. It will fit best on medium heavy to heavy conditions, and while I think its overall reaction makes it best for the first ball out of the bag at league, it will also be useful on medium heavy lengths and volumes of sport patterns once transition sets in and you have to open the lanes up.
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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #19 on: August 17, 2022, 08:36:06 AM »
Ball Review Reality Check, RG: 2.48 Dif: .053 PSA: 0.017 Cover: R2X Pearl Cover 4K finish
PAP 5 1/8 over ¾ UP, Medium/Ball Speed Rev Rate 275-325 Layout: 4 ¾ x 4 x 1 ¾

It’s finally here! The return of the pearl PhysiX in the new Infinite PhysiX. The original Atomic Core wrapped in the R2X cover. For me the Infinite is a strong Pearl that is clean and smooth with a strong backend motion.  The Infinite reads early and does not seem to overreact on friction. It is very smooth and rounded with good continuation. The Infinite will be a great choice for those looking for a little different shape than the Dark Code yet not sacrificing strength of a pearl asymmetrical ball. The Infinite will fit most play styles and conditions.


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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #20 on: August 17, 2022, 07:24:10 PM »
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Infinite Physix

Coverstock: ReX Pearl Reactive
Finish: 4000 Grit Abralon
Core: Atomic Core
RG: 2.48
Differential: 0.053
Int Diff: 0.017

Layout: 4 1/2 x 4 x 5 - 2LS
Tester:  PAP 6 1/2 R, 1 1/4 D

Review:
The Infinite Physix takes the well designed atomic core and wraps it with the ReX coverstock that was used on the Dark Code. The 4000K Abralon finish adds the right touch for most league and tournament bowlers.  For my review of the Infinite Physix I tested the ball on two fresh house shots at two different centers along with a Dark Code that is a pre 4K - Fast finish.

It is important to note I used layout specification #5 of the 2LS layout system which is ideal to handle wet/dry conditions. This layout on the Infinite Physix is a definite recommend. Before doing my review I discussed the Infinite Physix with several SPI members and the Infinite Physix takes well to variations in layouts.

For me, the Infinite Physix did not require any surface adjustments on the two house patterns I tested it on. I was most impressed that the ball strength did not overtake my ball speed which is on the low side for a thumbless player. Compared to my Dark Code I did not throw the Infinite Physix through the breakpoint which on occasion I have tended to do with my Dark Code. I was aware that the Infinite Physix if drilled strong for a player can tend to be a hook monster for some players. The tamer layout I chose makes the Infinite Physix a definite starter in THS bag.

The entry angle I have been able to create with the Infinite Physix has been a definite plus and provided me room to keep moving inside and not lose pin carry. The Infinite Physix will provide you with good range as conditions break down from oily to medium type conditions. Also, compared to my Dark Code I feel the the Infinite Physix provides more range for me at the OOB finish. I definitely recommend the Infinite Physix for your starter asym bag this upcoming season. I have a feeling you will not be disappointed. Be sure to check out the Infinite Physix today!

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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #21 on: August 18, 2022, 12:53:31 PM »
LANE CONDITION

Length: 42ft

Volume: Medium

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS


COMMENTS

Likes: I laid my Infinite Physix out the same way as my AstroPhysix and Dark Code. I went with 45*5*35, pin up over the ring finger. With the 4K fast box finish it gives a distinct difference in shape from all other asym balls we have had. the pearl in the cover allows the ball to really float up the lane thru the front part of the pattern and the surface gives a very smooth and rounded shape down lane. I did touch the cover of mine after a few games to give it a little bit of teeth because i saw after it lane shined it would tend to wiggle alittle bit down lane. So I hit it with 500, 1500, 4000. I like it alot after that. This is definitely a ball i can go to once the pattern starts to transition and balls begin to pick up alttle early. Its an option for me before I need to go into a real shiny clean piece. Great ball for levels of bowlers

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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #22 on: August 20, 2022, 12:02:22 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

Review:
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 #23 on: August 21, 2022, 11:36:28 AM »
The Infinite Physix features the REX Pearl reactive coverstock wrapped around the Atomic core.  This ball is instantly one of my favorites.  I bowl on a lot of low volume house patterns and I am still able to throw this ball regularly despite it being a big core ball.  The Infinite Physix finished at 4K fast is still very clean through the front part of the lane.  It provides such easy length with a strong continuous backend motion which continues through the pin deck.  The Proton Physix is still the ball to go to when the lanes are tighter to start, but once you start leaving those weak corners that’s when the Infinite Physix will be the perfect go to ball.  The Infinite Physix will be a good fit for all styles of bowlers and can be used on a wide array of lane conditions.  Strokers will like the length of this ball so they can keep their angles closed longer but they will also be able to send the ball away from the pocket and have it come back strong.  Tweeners and crankers will love sending this ball away from the pocket and watch it boomerang back.  The Atomic core definitely helps blow up the pins!!

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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #24 on: August 23, 2022, 09:17:36 PM »
Infinite Excitement!

Introducing the the Infinite Physix with ReX Pearl cover at 4000 abralon dull.

Drilled one 45 x 4 3/8 x 25 my strong layout with length and quick response (Dark Code and Nova)

I place this above them in the stronger mid lane heavier volume but milder than a Proton or Reality.

As my Altered Reality replacement it delivered the confidence and trust that is required with big asymmetrical. No issues on 40' THS or longer patterns where you need to play inside and not give away the pocket.

Cover is adjustable friendly which adds to the balls versatility. Pin up, pin down or your favorite layout no disappointment here. Know the balls strengths and weaknesses to maintain your high scores.

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Storm Infinite Physix by Casey Murphy
« Reply #25 on: August 27, 2022, 01:21:49 PM »
Orientation:  Right Handed
Rev Rate:  400 RPM
Speed:  16-17 MPH
PAP:  4 ½ over and ½ up

Location:  Enterprise Park Lanes, Springfield MO
Pattern:  High Volume THS
VLS Layout: 
Layout 1:  5 x 4 x 2 ½  (pin above bridge)
Layout 2:  4 ½ x 4 x 4 1/8 (pin below bridge)

I was a fan of the Dark Code and the Astro Physix and they had a baby and it’s the Infinite Physix. Physix core and Dark Code cover.  The Dark Code was good but it was a little too clean and responsive at times.  I was always thinking, I’d really love this ball if it was a little earlier and a little more forward off the pattern.  And that’s exactly what Storm made with the Infinite.  It’s strong enough to handle/blend oil and backend down lane.  Since it’s SOOOO strong it struggles a little when they’re super dry or late in the day but that’s not a shock.  I love the new addition to the Physix line.

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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #26 on: August 28, 2022, 09:03:50 PM »
The Storm Infinite Physix is the newest premier line release from Storm. The infinite shares the same core as all the previous Physix line balls but is now wrapped in REX Pearl. REX pearl was first featured on the Dark Code. The Dark Code has been a staple in my bag ever since I drilled it. The Infinite feels like it is a zone earlier and rounder overall compared to the Dark Code. If I need control on the fresh, Infinite. If I need steeper angles and more shape, Dark Code.

Review Video: https://youtu.be/rbsVJTN_bmE

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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #27 on: September 01, 2022, 05:59:31 PM »
Storm Infinite PhysiX Review



Rev Rate: 375

Ball Speed: 15-16 mph

PAP: 5 inches over, 1/2 inch up

Layout: 45x5x30



(I have attached a link to the Infinite PhysiX Ball Review that I did on YouTube. Feel free to check it out!)



https://youtu.be/mT382wcro6c



The Infinite PhysiX has a super clean presence in the front part of the lane, but has some nice grab in the middle parts before going dynamite on the backend. As a bowler, that is my favorite type of roll: clean, grab and flip! This ball is really versatile in my eyes. It can be the biggest piece in my bag, second in line or the versatile piece for when it’s time to change attacking plans on the lanes. It’s a dynamite ball…all you have to do is light the fuse and let it rip!



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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #28 on: September 02, 2022, 08:23:28 AM »
LANE CONDITION

Length: 43'

Volume: 22.5 mLs

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS


COMMENTS

Likes: I LOVE this Cover!

Dislikes: None!

The Newest version of the Physix is and interesting one!  I am the biggest fan of the Dark Code.  That ball may be my favorite ball ever from SPI.  The Infinite has the same cover, the ReX Pearl Hybrid, which is part NeX Pearl and part R2S pearl.  Also being a big fan of the Physix line, I was highly anticipating this release!

I used the same layout on this ball as I do my favorite Dark Codes, 4x6x2 or 50x6x30.  Straight out of the box, this ball was a little slower down lane than I would have thought but as the surface naturally shined up, the shape got better. I let it lane shine rather than adding compound or polish because its summer in the midwest and the back ends are always flying!

I don’t see as much motion out of this ball as I do the dark code, which isn’t a bad thing! It blends the wet/dry very well and I see this ball in use A LOT!


Other balls getting a lot of play:
Dark Code-4x6x2
UFO Alert-4.5x5x3.75.
RST-X3-4x5x2
Wolverine Dark Moss-4.25x5.25x2

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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #29 on: September 09, 2022, 01:28:42 PM »
I always loved the Physix serie !!! Even if it's an assymetrical series, for me, all the Physix was been good for dry lane too !

For these, I drilled mine 65 X 5 1/4 X 35.

I think that it will be good on multiple patterns, lane surfaces, and volumes and it's for this reason that it will be probably my benchmark ball.  It's a really good  compliments the rest of the actual line. It's really predictable. If you search an assymetrical ball that have continuous motion on the pins, the Infinite Physix is you choice !!

For sure, this ball will follow me on my tournament bag !!
 
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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #30 on: September 15, 2022, 09:58:53 AM »
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Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): Multiple (Sport and Recreational)

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The Storm Infinite PhysiX bowling ball features the iconic Atomic Core and the ReX coverstock. I have had lots of success with previous PhysiX bowling balls as this core seems to roll quite well for me; therefore, I am thrilled about the Infinite PhysiX as well.

Knowing that this core has a lot of flare potential, I drilled my Infinite PhysiX with a longer pin-to-pap, pin-up layout: 65 x 5 ½ x 30. The Infinite PhysiX has become one of the first bowling balls that come out of my bag depending on lane conditions. The bowling ball appears to be very smooth and round - pretty good at keeping the ball closer to the pocket.  I have noticed that this core, cover and layout combination makes the ball “stand-up” quite fast, which makes me believe this ball would roll pretty good with a pin-down layout too.

I have had great success with the Infinite PhysiX on wet/dry conditions and when I am looking for a slower response bowling ball. It has worked pretty well for me on a lot fresh patterns and seemed to respond to hand position changes easily. Overall, I believe the Infinite PhysiX is a good and versatile bowling ball for those looking for another option for fresh conditions.

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Want to see me throwing the Infinite PhysiX? Watch my video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Niwwv_AFs1c