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bowlingnut18

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Looking to replicate my El-nino 2000 in a new ball, help please
« on: October 17, 2015, 10:29:29 AM »
Hey guys,

I'm looking to recreate my all time favorite ball now that it has finally met its maker and I had to send it off to the dumpster. I purchased the el-nino brand new day of release and it was the best performance ball I've ever had in my bag. Drilled pin up and it never lost its long and strong capabilities. The thing I loved about the ball was the ability to recover and get through the heads cleanly, unless the lanes were burnt to a crisp it had the potential to be the only ball I pulled out of the bag (even spares).

I've been looking at the lock a lot lately and I love the smooth but very definite move abilities. I've been a storm/roto guy and almost picked up a sinister but the motion that I've seen from those in my league seem to be more angular and jumpy.

Anyone familiar with the el nino 2000 and could possibly give me any insight as to replicating something similar?

 

DP3

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Re: Looking to replicate my El-nino 2000 in a new ball, help please
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2015, 11:44:23 PM »
That was one of my all time favorites. For me, the Marvel Pearl is VERY close. If you can't find one, try an Optimus Pearl.