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2handedrook12

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Virtual Gravity (drilling help)
« on: October 15, 2014, 09:18:22 PM »
Hello. I need some help on drilling my Virtual Gravity. I understand surface plays a bigger role overall, but I want to be sure the ball is optimized for my game. I want it to play above my IQ Tour Solid and T-Road Solid. My T-Road is set up to have strong continuation, and my IQ Tour is set up skid flip. I like the drilling on my IQ more than the traditional skid flip layout because it is more of a hard arc on a smooth ball. Furthermore, how does the VG dtack up to todays Assymetrics byStorm and Roto Grip? I am assuming the stregth goes from Hyper Cell, Crux, Sinister, VG, Zero Gravity, Totally Defiant, and Byte. High axis tilt, 500 rpm, 17 mph. I don't want specific dimensions (dual angle). I just want to know what type of motion should I look for? I'd prefer a more hybrid reaction out of this ball so it will probably be about 4000 abralon (step by step) vs. 500/4000 (more like 2000).
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NHLfan88

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Re: Virtual Gravity (drilling help)
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2014, 01:31:53 PM »
sell it to me.
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