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Infinite Physix
« on: July 05, 2022, 09:10:47 PM »
Storm’s newest premier line ball is looking to be a home run! The Infinite Physix has the same Atomic core found in the other Physix line balls but this on is wrapped around the popular NEX pearl cover that was also found on the Dark Code from last season. This ball has a 4000 grit box finish compared to the old 1500 polish which the Dark Code was. I drilled mine 5 x 5 x 4.5 and my intention for this ball was to have something a little cleaner with more backend motion than my Proton Physix but not as clean and angular as my Reality. My first impression of this ball was how much midland motion this ball makes. I am very big on how I see my equipment front to back and this ball really picks up the mid lane but is also clean enough where it doesn’t over react on the dry. I can see myself using this ball after my Proton Physix on longer patterns and some fresh medium patterns because it gives me an amazing shape that I can tweak depending on the motion I am looking for. League bowlers will love this ball because it will pick up a little sooner than the Dark Code but not as much as a Proton Physix. If you are looking for a ball up or down from one of those balls, the Infinite Physix is the ball for you.



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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2022, 07:04:48 AM »
Infinite Physix - Ball Specs
Cover Stock: REX Pearl Reactive
Finish: 4000 Grit
Core: Atomic Core
Layout: 50 x 5 x 40
RG: 2.48
Differential: 0.053
Intermediate Diff: .017

The Infinite Physix is newest addition to Storm’s premier line. This Infinite Physix has the iconic atomic core with the REX pearl reactive cover stock. This cleaner cover will save energy at the point of release allowing the atomic core to stay fully charged with a powerful reaction on the backend of the lane pattern. I tested this ball on a 42 feet typical house pattern. As mid to low rev player l was able to stand left of center without losing any carrying power.  This ball will be in my bag for league and tournaments.  Order one from your local pro shop today! My ball review videos are posted on YouTube channel Stanley Waite.

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Infinite Physix
« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2022, 10:47:51 AM »
The Storm Infinite Physix features the REX pearl reactive cover,  the Atomic core, and  comes at 4000-grit out of box. The Infinite is a round and strong ball down lane. You are going to need a bit of oil for this ball. Compared to the Dark Code I have Infinite about 3-5 boards stronger and it is more continuous for me. Compared to the Proton/Reality/Gem it is going to be a ball down from them.  If you need something to get down the lane when the Proton/Reality/Gem are getting to be too much ball, then the Infinite would be a good step down. If you like the Dark Code and it just seems to be going a bit long and you need something a bit stronger, then the Infinite will be the choice of ball.  Another winner from the Physix line!

Tobias Myers

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Re: Infinite Physix
« Reply #3 on: July 08, 2022, 01:17:02 PM »
Infinite Physix • Premier Series
Core • Atomic Core
Coverstock • ReX Pearl Reactive • Finish 4000-grit Abralon
Weight • 15 lbs. RG •2.48 Differential • .053 Int. Diff • 017
Layout • 4 x 4 x 1
Tester PAP • 5" R, 5/8" D Tester Axis Tilt • 11° Tester Rev Rate • 325
Test Pattern • 42' THS (Typical House Shot) • Modified, Kegel Stone Street

When Storm created the Infinite Physics, they set out to get the bowling world's attention. Well, I am here to tell you they got mine! The Infinite Physics is built with the finely tuned asymmetric Atomic Core and wrapped with the Rex Pearl Reactive Coverstock. And this winning combination responds brilliantly to the "feel" of the bowler bringing a new dimension to the game. So, let's take a look at how the Infinite Physix's reacted to a THS.

The Atomic Core in the Infinite Physix is a strong asymmetric core. And as a straighter player, the "centered-heavy" design of the Atomic Core delivered a powerful motion without me having to force the issue! Instead, I like how I could relax my hand and allow the ball to do the work. And with its low RG, the Atomic Core doesn't struggle to get down lane. Instead, I loved how it makes a decisive turn of the pattern. And gives me, the down and in player, that angularity at the pocket without sacrificing a heavy continuous roll through the pin-deck!

From the first shot with the new ReX Pearl Reactive cover, I love the predictability and control the ReX Pearl gave to the Infinite Physix. Additionally, I loved how this cover reacted off my hand as a player. Whether playing up five early on or moving in and opening my angles, the ReX Pearl cover allowed me the comfort of playing my game. The Rex Pearl reads well in the front part of the lane, creates a smooth transition in the mid-section, and has a crisp, well-defined turn off the pattern. The 4000-grit Abralon surface was ample for my down and in style; however, when I tweaked the surface to 2000-grit Abralon/Storm #3 polish, the Infinite Physics became a destructive force for me on a THS. The ReX Pearl Reactive cover leaves plenty of room for surface adjustments, and I suggest tweaking it to your personal game.

In conclusion, the Infinite Physix is an impressive release by Storm. And what you will love most about this ball is its ability to put the game back in your hand as a player. The Infinite Physix reacts to your release and gives you the freedom to roll your game. The Infinite Physix reads well, turns hard, and leaves you, the player, in control! So, see your local Pro-Shop operator today and drill up your Infinite Physix to fit in your arsenal! It's worth it!

Rick Klimowicz
Storm Products Pro Shop Staff
Roll the Ball Pro shop
Penndel, PA