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Storm Proton Physix
« on: November 20, 2020, 11:17:26 AM »

Hook in a box. That's what you'll get with the Proton Physix. I have had huge success with the Protons predecessors. I have multiple 800s with both the Physix and the Astro Physix. Fast forward to the Proton and you have a combination of the Atomic core and the NeX coverstock. I was skeptical that this ball would be even slower than the Axiom due to the bigger weight block. BOY WAS I WRONG. This ball has plenty of giddyup down lane and you won't be disappointed. You'll still find that this ball is weaker than balls such as the Omega Crux and Gravity Evolve. The Proton Physix bridges the gap nicely between our strong symmetrical balls and our huge asymmetrical pieces.



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Re: Storm Proton Physix
« Reply #1 on: November 20, 2020, 12:37:27 PM »
The Stats Ö.
Color: Magenta/Black/Violet
Coverstock: NeX Pearl Solid
Weight Block: Atomic Core
Factory Finish: 2000 Grit Abralon
Flare Potential: High
Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.48
Differential (Diff): 0.053
Intermediate Differential (Diff): 0.017
Fragrance: Frosted Cupcake
BOWLER STYLE: RH - Power Stroker Rev Rate: 320 Ball Speed: 15-16 PAP: 4 7/8 right 3/8 up.
Layout : 4 1/2 X 4 X 3

My ThoughtsÖ. I mean what can I say about this NeX cover!!!!  It is the next level Nano tech and what does that mean?? Ball digs in the oil and HOOKS! By this time you should have already had a chance to throw the Axiom Solid or Axiom Pearl.  When I tested this ball I knew from the first shot that it will be a ball used for longer, flatter, or higher viscosity oils.

The Proton PhysiX wants to start hooking due to the combination of the Atomic core and the NeX cover. On a THS the Proton I see the ball using its energy early but doesnít burn up and seems to blend the THS

Comparing it to my Rubicon I found the Rubcoin to be not as strong as the Proton but responded more off the pattern as the Proton sees the middle of the lane faster than the Rubicon did. I can play the same part of the lane and stand on the same spot and see a difference between these ballsí motions. 

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Re: Storm Proton Physix
« Reply #2 on: November 23, 2020, 10:11:08 AM »
The Proton PhysiX features the NeX solid coverstock and the asymmetric high torque Atomic core.  NeX solid was introduced on the Axiom and is an evolution of the famed NRG cover thatís known for its smooth and continuous control.  NeX retains those core attributes and adds entry angle, durability, and longevity of reaction.  The Atomic core comes in at a 2.48 rg, .053 diff, and .017 split or intermediate differential and is exceptionally dynamic.  NeX solid harnesses all that aggression while Atomic gives IT some extra kick.  The overall result reminds me a lot of a stronger and more continuous Halo.  Itíll handle the heaviest volumes out there plus blend friction and avoid burning up or losing energy and is one of the most versatile heavier oil balls Iíve ever thrown.  With 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I rate the Proton a 10 on hook, a 4 on length, and a 4 on backend strength.
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Storm Proton Physix
« Reply #3 on: November 23, 2020, 01:54:02 PM »
If you need a ball to hook in oil, look no further!  Not only is the new Proton Physix strong, it continues super well!  This ball, although designed for heavy oil can certainly be used on a variety of patterns because of how well it continues.  The NEX coverstock first found on the Axiom, is early, strong, predictable and continuous as the theme here.  If you need a ball that just flat out hooks or you have the original Physix and need a slightly stronger ball, then this is the answer!  The first reviews on this ball has been incredibly positive and outstanding for many different bowler types.  For anyone who bowls on sport patterns or in the PBA would surely appreciate this ball as well as these patterns tend to have more overall oil volume.  This is a ball that will come with me for most tournaments because of its strength and great versatility.

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