Track Bowling

Track Alias

by Jamie McDermott on 16. April 2018

in Track Bowling

Surface finish: Box, 2000 Abralon
Layout: 55 x 5 x 75
PAP: 4 1/8 over, 5/8 up
Speed: 26 mph
Revrate: 460 rpm
RG: 2.49
Diff: 0.054

Ball review

With the introduction of the new Alias, Track have allowed bowlers to throw a high-end ball with both an asymmetrical and a symmetrical layout, not only that but due to the core being the same in all weights and the lower top weights, a balance hole is rarely required.

I selected an asymmetrical Layout, with pin below the middle finger and no weight hole.
A very strong addition to the already great Track lineup. The alias is around 8-10 boards stronger than my Paradox Black and reacts very well to surface and hand changes.

My recommendation – a terrific piece of equipment suited to many different styles and conditions.

Track Alias

by Jesper Agerbo on 16. April 2018

in Track Bowling

Surface finish: Box
Layout:6″
PAP: 6 ½ out 23/32 up
Speed: 26 mph
Revrate: 370 rpm
RG: 2.49
Diff: 0.054

Ball review

I choose to drill my Alias assymetrical as I wanted it to have some more kick when it sees the friction. It is a little smoother and earliere than Mako, so I would use this on a medium lenght pattern from fresh. As it allows me to control front to back the way like.

Track Alias

by Cajsa Wegner on 16. April 2018

in Track Bowling

Surface finish: Box
Layout: No xhole
PAP: 6 right & 3/8 up
Speed: 25 mph
Revrate: 325 rpm
RG: 2.49
Diff: 0.054

Ball review

This is a ball I use on medium and heavy oil patterns especially on fresh oil. With this aggressive ball, with much backend motion, I can create a bigger angle to the pocket, which I like.

Track Alias

by Carsten Hansen on 26. February 2018

in Track Bowling

Surface finish: 2000
Layout: 45*5*35
PAP: 4 1/2 out 3/4 up
Speed: 28 mph
Revrate: 480 rpm
RG: 2.49
Diff: 0.054

Ball review

Track have done something different with this core they have put in this ball.
You can drill it so it has a high asymmetric core or you can drill it so its symmetric.
I drilled my ball in between so its a medium strong int. diff.
Its a nice strong predictable dull ball with a nice strong read in oil and still got enough energy to have a little pop on the backend.
It reacted well to hand changes and surface changes

Track Alias

by Thomas Larsen on 26. February 2018

in Track Bowling

Surface finish: box
Layout: 55 x 5 1/4″ x 45
PAP: 4 3/4 over and 1/2 up
Speed: 17 mph
Revrate: 340 rpm
RG: 2.49
Diff: 0.054

Ball review

The new Alias features some very unique new designs from Track. The core is the same in all weights, the top weights are lower and you can make it symmetrical!
I chose a strong asymmetrical layout for my first Alias and it is good. Lots of midlane and quite a bit of backend. It is a little longer than Paradox Black, but covers probably 5 more boards on the backend. Alias will do very well when I need a stronger ball that I can play the middle part of the lane with.

Track Ultra Heat

by Thomas Larsen on 26. February 2018

in Track Bowling

Finish: Box
Layout: 65 x 4 1/2″ x 75
PAP: 4 3/4 over 1/2 up
Speed: 17 mph
Revrate: 340 RPM
RG: 2.50
Diff: 0.038

Ball review:

Ultra Heat takes the Heat core and combines it with the Kinetic Emerald cover. This is a combo I really like!
It gives me a little more than the Heat, but because it’s symmetrical the shape is a little more round than Kinetic. If there is friction this ball will perform extremely well!


Track Paradox Black

by Cajsa Wegner on 20. January 2018

in Track Bowling

Finish: 1000
Layout: 60x5x40 & xhole
PAP: 6 right & 3/8 up
Speed: 25 kmh
Revrate: 325 RPM
RG: 2.48
Diff: 0.057

Ball review:

The Track Paradox Black is aggressive in the front part of the lane, the mid-lane, and the backend. I like the way the ball reads the mid lane and continues hook down lane. This ball is great both on 38ft and 44ft and I think I will use it on higher volumes patterns.

Finish: 500 / 2000
Layout: 45 / 4 3/4 / 70
PAP: 5 1/4” right 1” up
Speed: 26 kmh
Revrate: 450 RPM
RG: 2.48
Diff: 0.057

Ball review:

The Paradox Black is a remake of the popular original Paradox. It brings back the original Paradox’s performance, with just a color scheme change from blue to black. The Paradox Black uses the same dual-density I-Core 2.0 asymmetrical weight block and the same QR-9 Hybrid coverstock as the original. Also just like the original, the Black comes out of the box at a 500/2000 Abralon finish, making it just as strong as the original on heavy oil patterns. I drilled mine pin down to have a Ball in the bag with wich I can start on a variety of tougher Sport Patterns. The predictable ball roll and great midlane read helps to hold the pocket even on the toughest shots. This ball is definitely a great Addition to Speed dominant Players

Finish: box, 2000 Abralon
Layout: 45 x 4 1/4 x 35
PAP: 4 1/8 over, 5/8 up
Speed: 26 kmh
Revrate: 460 RPM
RG: 2.48
Diff: 0.057

Ball review:

This is the BEST of the Paradox releases.
The Paradox Black doesn’t hook as much as some of the other HP balls on the Market, but offers something completely different in a high performance ball…control!
This ball has become my ‘Benchmark Ball’ and gives me a very honest read of the lanes.
The way the ball reads the mid-lanes is something that I am not used to an asymmetrical balls and offers a variety of new options on a number of oil patterns.

My recommendation – GET ONE!

Track Mako Attack

by Cajsa Wegner on 20. January 2018

in Track Bowling

Finish: Box
Layout: 60x5x40
PAP: 6 right & 3/8 up
Speed: 25 kmh
Revrate: 325 RPM
RG: 2.48
Diff: 0.053

Ball review:

This ball is very special because even if the surface is shiny it hooks quite early. Is a perfect ball to play with if you like to play “around the corner”.
I Played really good with it on the world championship.
This ball really surprised me, mako attack is so good and fits me perfectly!


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