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Stealth Pearl
« on: August 30, 2023, 12:18:22 PM »
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The Track Stealth Pearl has been identified as a bowler's favorite! The Stealth core is wrapped with the QR-9 Pearl coverstock and the HK22 base to create a strong pearl reaction. This upper-mid performance ball has a clean reaction through the front of the lane, starts up in the mid-lane, and offers a fast and powerful reaction on the backend with continuation making it a desired ball when stronger balls start to react early. This skid/flip reaction is ideal on medium to heavy oil conditions.

Color: Raven
All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
Core: Stealth
Coverstock: QR-9 Pearl Reactive (HK22)
Finish: 500, 1000, 1500 Siaair/Factory Compound
Recommended Lane Condition: Medium to heavy oil
Hook Potential: Medium-High
Length: Late
Reaction: Skid/Flip
RG: 2.482 (15# ball)
Diff: 0.056 (15# ball)



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Re: Stealth Pearl
« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2023, 12:07:18 PM »

Length: 42

Volume: Medium-Heavy

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc):THS


Likes: Easy length and strong finish

Dislikes: none


The Stealth Solid has been a favorite from day one, so when the pearl version was announced it had my attention immediately.

So far it has been everything I thought it would be, and even a little stronger.  I prefer playing straighter through the fronts if possible. 

After two games into the set I need to make a jump inward or put it away for something smoother.  For me this is as angular as anything I've used from the Big B factory, and I love the black cover.  Nothing to mess with my eyes, and it seems to grab the lane and hang on as it makes the move.  Great job on this ball!
Lane Carter


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Re: Stealth Pearl
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2023, 01:46:56 PM »
Stealth Pearl – House Pattern   

Stealth Pearl is true to its solid counterpart.  Not overly aggressive and not weak either.  A little in the middle.  I have most success when playing straighter (covering less boards from left to right) with the Stealth Pearl while still at box surface or using my signature 1000/2000/3000/4000 wet pad method.  When I try to move in with the Stealth Pearl it doesn’t really like to drive as much as I would like which makes since.  The Pearl cover trying to fight through a heavier volume that is typical of most house patterns.  One thing I can say if I am able to play in and bump the dry/friction just right I can see the drive potential through the pins.  I tend to leave a good amount of back row (nine pin) I haven’t left a 9 pin with the Stealth Pearl yet so I cannot be upset with the results I see. 
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