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Tundra Fire
« on: May 02, 2023, 09:22:01 AM »
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Track is bringing back the Tundra line of bowling balls with the Track Tundra Fire. This mid-performance ball utilizes a high RG and low differential symmetrical core. This ball is covered with the DR-5 Pearl coverstock with the HK22 base. The core found in this bowling ball easily gets the ball down the lane while the strong coverstock aids in recovery and a sweeping backend motion. The HK22 base cover gives this ball versatility but it is best used when the oil has broken down and the lanes are hooking.

Color: Maroon
Coverstock: DR-5 Pearl (HK22)
Core: Track Symmetric
Finish: 500, 1000, 1500 Siaair/Crown Factory Compound
RG: 2.561 (15# ball)
Differential: 0.030 (15# ball)
Reaction: Length with continuous backend
Recommended Lane Condition: Medium to Light Oil
Manufacturer's Warranty: Two years from purchase date



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Re: Tundra Fire
« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2023, 06:46:11 PM »
The new Tundra Fire from Track has been such an exiting new piece in my arsenal. Many of us were thrilled to see a new release from the Tundra series. This symmetrical pearl is going to give you the length your looking for when you need a ball to travel through the front part of the lane and still give you plenty of movement on the back end and continuation through the pins. The HK22 pearl coverstock has proven to be one of the best covers that Brunswick Bowling Products has ever produced and is showing up in big scores all across the country. One of the most exciting features of this ball is the value you are going to get from it when it comes to your pocketbook. You’re getting high end performance at a midline price. This ball checks every box to prove it belongs in your arsenal. Track hit out it out of the park with this one.


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Re: Tundra Fire
« Reply #2 on: May 22, 2023, 09:31:53 PM »

Length: Various

Volume: Various

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): House and Sport


The Track Tundra Fire is an amazing ball! This is not your typical Tundra line bowling ball, This ball is more angular and stronger! This ball is your typical league ball where you can start and finish with, or this is your late in the tournament ball that will help you clear the fronts and mids and be responsive enough on the backend to carry the 10 out as the lanes dry out. Don't leave this ball on the shelf!! You'll regret it!




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Re: Tundra Fire
« Reply #3 on: June 25, 2023, 04:24:46 PM »
Must Have Ball for Medium to Dry Lane Conditions

I have never thrown the Tundra Line of bowling balls.  I had read and heard of great things about the Tundra Fire, so when I moved from 16lbs down to 15 lbs bowling balls, I decided to rebuild my arsenal and include the new Track Tundra Fire in my new arsenal.  I am incredibly pleased with my decision to acquire this ball.  The new Tundra Fire is very clean and predictable on medium to dry lane conditions.  With the HK22 additive to it, the Tundra Fire gives the ball added hitting power and response on friction.  This mid-performance ball has a high RG and low differential symmetrical core, giving any bowler predictability and control on drier lane surfaces.  If you loved the predictability of the Damn Good Verge, you will love the new Track Tundra Fire!


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Re: Tundra Fire
« Reply #4 on: August 23, 2023, 02:48:06 PM »
Tundra Fire - Various house and sport patterns

Extremely readable and goes through the pins with force.  Don’t let the low diff run you away.  The Tundra Fire is darn good, out of the box or hitting it with any surface you want.  The cover, core combo on this piece works well.  I was able to use the Tundra Fire on a sport pattern that was demanding and had some volume.  I was able to play them as straight as I wanted and still saw great drive through the pins.  Played on a different sport pattern that allowed me to loop it, that is when I was hooked on the Tundra Fire.  Nice read through all phases of the lane.  Then the finish through the rack, pins not flying in the air on all shots, pins staying nice and low.  Even split the 8-9 a couple of times.  On house patterns I must be careful if it is to much bump to the right the Tundra Fire gets off the friction to quickly.  When playing in the volume or letting it just lightly touch the bump, I saw more consistent finishes at the pocket.  The Tundra Fire might not wow you with hook potential however, it should wow you with strike potential.   
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Re: Tundra Fire
« Reply #5 on: December 31, 2023, 05:22:49 PM »

Length:  Various

Volume:  Various

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc):  House and Sport


Tundra Fire:  The Tundra Fire is perfect for dry lanes.  With the HK22 base, it is cleaner than all other versions of the Tundra. It also works great if you want to play a straighter line on medium oil. The Tundra Fire is going to put a smile on your face.  The pearl cover clears front end burn and still gives you the pop on the back end to get the corners out.