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Incite Review
« on: February 05, 2021, 01:51:47 PM »
With the Incite we see the brand new Tensor core, which provides a touch of asymmetry in design, combined with the RS4 coverstock.
The Incite fits between the stronger asymmetrical and symmetrical bowling ball arsenal. We see a lot of core with the Tensor engine and a cleaner cover with the hybrid reactive material.
I have found this to be more of a niche ball when I would like to keep my angles in front of me. I could see this working very well on medium sport shot conditions. Also, on house shots when you want to have your angles shut down and play more in the oil line. I didn't find this ball to be one where I could open my angles up and throw it left to right. If I did that I would find significant over/under reaction. When I played more up the lane in the oil this ball provided plenty of predictability and punch. With the Incite keep in mind what you're looking for in terms of reaction. It's very different.




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Re: Incite Review
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2021, 11:04:22 AM »
Storm Incite ball review by Ron D’Ambrosio:
Coverstock: R4S Hybrid Reactive R4S™
Core: Tensor asymmetrical 2.50 RG 0.053 Diff 0.013 PSA (15lb.)
Color: Goldenrod/Graphite/Crimson
Finish:  3000 grit Abralon
Bowler Specs:
Right Hand. PAP 4” Over 0 up
Rev Rate 400, Average Tilt, low Axis Rotation.
Speed at cameras 16.5 – 17.5
Layout: 5 x 4 x 2 (pin up)

This ball has its own look and characteristics. When I tried to think of another ball to compare it to, I couldn’t think of one. It’s stronger than an Idol or original IQ Tour, but less than an Axiom. It can be described as a medium-strong, medium/heavy volume, forward rolling, keep your angles closed kind of ball. On fresh typical house shots I had to ride the oil line and not hit the dry boards too early for it to conserve energy and turn the corner into the pocket. People with more axis rotation will be able to get away with misses outside a bit more. On flatter/medium patterns or chopped up/3rd game conditions when you need to keep your target in front of you, is where this ball worked well. Because it doesn’t over react, it tracks thru the transition well and it will keep you in the pocket. This ball will probably go in the tournament bag for those tough, in-between/transition games. 
Ron D’Ambrosio
Storm Amateur Staff
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