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« on: September 27, 2017, 01:48:44 PM »
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The Track Logix was designed to skid through the front part of the lane then react big on the backend. This ball combines the QR-7 Pearl coverstock with the LT-2 core to create a versatile upper-mid performance ball that is easy to throw out to the dry and then it comes right back to the pocket on different oil patterns. The QR-7 Pearl coverstock provides length with backend angularity and continuation. The core of this ball, the LT-2, was designed to store energy for the backend. This ball works best when it is up against medium oil conditions.

Color: Black Pearl
Core: LT-2
Coverstock: QR-7 Pearl
Finish: 500/1000 Abralon Polished w/ Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish
Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Oil
RG: 2.50 (15# ball)
Differential: 0.046 (15# ball)
Reaction: Length with Strong Backend



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Re: Logix
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2017, 11:11:45 AM »
Logix (Box Surface and 500/2000 and 500/light polish and 500/2000/polish)

Pin above the bridge CG to the right diagonally of my ring finger positive axis point is 4 3/8 right 1/2 up.

House Shot Patterns Fresh and Broken Down

I usually put bowling balls through a series of surface adjustments to see how it rolls and reads the lane off my hand.  I cannot say I have seen a cover like the logix, box surface and 500/2000/polish I got that nice length and down lane read the finish is just as strong as the legion solid was.  When I put 500/2000 and 500/light polish the cover for me turned into a drastically low RG type ball it literally picked up a little after the arrows skid some more and somehow rolled heavy through the pins it was difficult to predict the reaction but it cleaned the rack when it was flush. I like to see the pins low but it was fun to see the pins in the air on contact.  I left this surface adjustment on it to see what would happen on a 3rd/4th game broken down house pattern.  I was amazed I was crossing the fourth arrow pretty easily getting it as far right as I could and almost the same reaction, picked up later down the lane skid but this time hooked and roll or just kept hooking into the pocket.  That is different for me and at the same time like I said before fun to watch.     
When you get a chance please check out the track recommendation tool however before doing so I will strongly suggest you go to your local pro shop and ask for assistance with getting your Rev Rate, Tilt, Axis Rotation and Ball Speed.
Ronald Davis Jr.
Track Amateur Staff