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Up-Rising
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
# Core: "Mega Tron"
# Core Type: Asymmetrical
# Color: Black All colors and appearance do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
# RG: 2.48
# Differential: 0.056
# Intermediate Diff: 0.032 0.030
# Veneer: "HP Gen 2" - Solid Reactive
# Surface: 4000 Abralon Polished
# Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy To Medium

 

wbltim

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Re: Up-Rising
« Reply #16 on: May 05, 2010, 12:34:51 AM »
New favorite ball?  Might be.

Picked up one used and had it drilled out with the pin above the fingers.  I was looking for a solid reactive with some snap at the back end since the pearls I have are a little squirrely sometimes.

It took a while for me to get used to the breakpoint on this thing since it snaps so hard at the end.  I do not turn the ball a lot, but when I get a hand full of it (for me), the thing is devastating.  Bowled a tournament last night and had to bag the first ball I was using halfway through the first game as I could not get out of it.  Picked up the Uprising and started pounding them.  Finished my last three games with 220, 247, 254.  Carried damn near everything, even in a house known for a lot of ten pins.

I like it a lot and can't wait to really use it on the house shot next season.


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Re: Up-Rising
« Reply #17 on: August 02, 2010, 08:19:53 PM »
talking about long and extremely strong.  This is the ball for that.  This ball definately fits into the skid snap catagory.  On any house shot this ball is very hard to beat, fresh or broken down.  I have had some great games and high 700 sets with my uprising!!
I have high revs and speed and even I can through this ball down the gutter or move in and throw the entire lane.  the heads are so easy to clear with this ball it's like the ball is sleeping  the when the backend arrives the ball wakes up and just goes crazy.  Hits very hard and still comes back if you liss some on the release.  
My only problem with the uprising is when I find a shot that's like a river.  oil is not a friend to the uprising.  It'll just go way too long down lane before anything happens.  I haven't messed with the cover on mine at all to see if it could handle the oil I just like the box finish so much on other shots that I haven't tried it.  
drilled pin up with cg in palm.
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