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addynyr

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Infinite physix review
« on: July 06, 2022, 12:32:16 PM »
Layout 30 x 4 x 30
Surface 2000 abralon

The new Infinite physix brings back the popular atomic core and the REX Pearl coverstock found originally on the Dark Code.  In my opinion,  these two balls are much different.  The Infinite Physix is stronger in the midlane and has a more defined arc where the Dark Code has more length and more angle down the lane.

Test pattern was 48ft PBA Shark:
At box finish of 4000 abralon, I saw midlane read but too much length for this pattern which has a lot longer oil then typically I bowl on.  Bringing the surface down to 2000 helped me get a stronger midlane read with a few less feet of length giving me the continuation on the longer oil I was looking for.  As the pattern started to break down and develop closer to the 10th board, my ball reaction got better and better.  Misses in the oil held the line fairly well and misses toward the 10th board hooked back quite a bit giving me some nice area down the lane.  Comparative to the Proton Physix, the Infinite Physix gave me more length and more continuation.  Its a nice step down for me when I need to use a stronger coverstock like on the Proton Physix.

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fcajulis

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Re: Infinite physix review
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2022, 11:59:21 AM »
Thanks for your feedback, I think i'll try a 2000 surface as my Out of the box feel was not great where it went to long.