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Track Precision Review by
« on: July 27, 2018, 05:06:23 PM »
Check out the complete video review, with multiple testers and multiple patterns.

The Track Precision faired very well in our test. Every tester had a very easy time getting this ball to work. It offers a good blend of length with heavy rolling core. Doesnít feel as lumbering as some balls with huge asym cores but also not uncontrollably flippy and thatís a good thing. It makes it usable on house and sport shots. It also makes it usable for many bowlers. Track fan or not, this ball is a worthy contender to fill the pearl asym in the bag!
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Re: Track Precision Review by
« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2018, 11:19:00 PM »

I am loving the reviews you have been posting for the last 6 months.  They often feature a lefty(you) and 3 righties.

I mostly watch the lefty part (as I am a big reaction creator like you are on the left side, and I also enjoy the different reactions created by the righties.  Very good. 


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Re: Track Precision Review by
« Reply #2 on: July 31, 2018, 07:54:45 PM »
This ball gets the highest bowlingthismonth rating Iíve ever seen across all the testers on a medium pattern. Not sure itís as skid/flip as they make it out to be based on Tamerís review though. Iím saying that as a good thing ;)


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Re: Track Precision Review by
« Reply #3 on: August 01, 2018, 07:23:30 PM »
I got to throw mine last night.
Did a 80x5x70 layout
Pin is under my middle finger
Also LH
Medium house pattern
Actually a bit to clean out of the box for me, hit with 3000 pad by hand
It had a bit of shim for me inside, miss out to far and it would quit, corner pin every time
Got in a little bit more and made sure I was nice to it, got a arcing then angular motion that just knifed through the pins.
For me, its definitely in the medium volume range, maybe a little more surface and it would be able to handle more, its just super clean

Guessing a good 2-3' longer than the ripd hybrid and an arrow more downlane
When I threw it well, it reacted well, sounds kinda stupid, but if I helped it at all, it wasn't nearly as good.
Its plenty of ball downlane....