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Storm AstroPhysiX
« on: July 11, 2019, 10:52:13 AM »
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The New Storm Astro Physix is a nice complement to the Physix. The Physix having a NANO Hybrid cover stock wants to read the lane earlier when the lanes are oilier, the Astro will handle the lanes better later in the block when they are starting to break down. The R2S coverstock is standing the test of time and being used on many different cores to creat many different shapes.
To me both the physix have a skid flip mentality to them with the Astro resembling the code black shape off the end of the patter. I do feel like for bowlers who are love the look and roll of the original physix that the Astro is a good second option when the lanes are starting to transition and the physix is wanting to start over reacting thus allowing the bowler to stand in their sweet spot longer.
For me this ball will be better on shorter or lighter volume sport patters as I have limited revs. For me it also shines on those hot and humid summer days when the oil is a little thinner due to the elements.
Layout Pin in the Ring 68X4-1/4x56 which is my favorite layout
Stephen Foley
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Storm AstroPhysiX
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2019, 02:00:28 PM »

Length: 42ft

Volume: 24ml

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS


Likes: great step down in reaction from the Physix

Dislikes: not for heavy oil


What a great ASym piece to add to your arsenal. The AstroPhysix is a great go to once the Physix becomes too much ball. Possibly a good first ball out of the bag on the ths. (it is for me). I'm able to get into 20 with the AP on the fresh, playing around 12 at the break point. AP is slightly less angular than the E!q for me, with both having the same 5x5x3 layout. (pin above fingers, PSA in thumb). The AP is about 5 boards less ball at the arrows for me in comparison the the Physix, with a more angular back end. If you love the ASYM game, this is a strong addition to back up your Physix or Crux Prime! Another great addition to the Storm family!