arson high flare

HMR_Arson_High_Flare_Solid_warrantyFinish: Box
Layout: 6 1/4 pin
PAP: 6 1/2 out 23/32 up
Speed: 26 kmh
Revrate: 370 RPM
RG: 2.50
Diff: 0.054

Ball review:

I had big expectations, and it really is perfect! Arson High Flare Solid is extremely versatile, from all angles, patterns, surfaces, you name it! The reaction is very close to the first Arson, just a little bit stronger overall. This is definitely a tournament ball, its allways in my bag, so nice to have when im not able to bring a lot of balls. Any bowler would love this ball.

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HMR_Arson_High_Flare_Solid_warrantyFinish: Box
Layout: –
PAP: 5.1/2 3/4 up
Speed: 28 kmh
Revrate: 520 RPM
RG: 2.50
Diff: 0.054

Ball review:

This ball really filled a hole in my arsenal. Having such a strong surfaced symmetrical ball that reads the lane early and has great continuation through the pins is something that I haven’t been a big fan of until I started throwing the ball. It needs a high volume of oil because of how strong and heavy rolling it is. It is an essential piece to have in your bag for the longer patterns.

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HMR_Arson_High_Flare_Solid_warrantyFinish: Box
Layout: Pin over
PAP: –
Speed: 25 kmh
Revrate: 350 RPM
RG: 2.50
Diff: 0.054

Ball review:

The Arson High Flare is a great addition to the Arson series. I loved the original Arson and the Low Flare (and Solid) series for its predictability, where I found the first Arson High Flare to be a bit in between.

The solid version of the Arson High Flare removes that tendency to over/under reactions, and is just as smooth and predictable like the other Arsons – just a bit stronger overall. Mine is drilled with pin over, providing me with some length but it still a ball with a lot of midlane roll.

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HMR_Arson_High_Flare_Solid_warrantyFinish: Box
Layout: 50×5½x45
PAP: 5 3/16 x 1/4 up
Speed: 17 mph
Revrate: 350 RPM
RG: 2.50
Diff: 0.054

Ball review:

This review is written by Løvvang Pro Shop staffer Mikael Brændeskov

The first ball I’ve ever tried in the Arson-series and I’m very impressed. This ball is clean through heads, picks up and has a very strong continuous back end motion. Even though it hooks a lot in the last part of the lane you still feel you have control over the ball, and that it doesn’t do anything unexpected. It might be at bit to snappy on the fresh, but during transition and when you are forced to move left it will for sure do the job. I will mostly use the ball on medium and longer conditions. Right now it’s my no. 1 ball when I need to hook the lane left to right.

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HMR_Arson_High_Flare_smFinish: Box + 2000
Layout: –
PAP: 5 1/2 3/4 up
Speed: 28 kmh
Revrate: 520 RPM
RG: 2.50
Diff: 0.054

Ball review:

Finally I have a strong low end pearl that still has enough pop to recover in the back part of the lane, I like to use this ball on the patterns from 37-41feet. It takes very well to being shined up or to being brought to a smooth grade abrasion like 1000 or 2000. I feel like this ball will be good for me to use on short patterns when they break down and I have to move slightly inside and throw it at the gutter as it won’t be too strong off the backend but will provide more downlane hook than my Spike or Viral Solid.

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HMR_Arson_High_Flare_Solid_warrantyFactory Finish: 2000 Abralon
Layout: 75 x 4 x 30
PAP: 3 15/16 over and 1 5/16 up
 Speed: 17 mph
RG: 2.48
Diff: .054
Rev-Rate: 340 rpm

Ballreview:

This ball reminds me of the Arson Hybrid that I really liked, but with more hook on the backend. I see the same kind of midlane reaction as the other Arsons, but High Flare Solid can just handle more oil and is stronger on the backend.

This looks like a very good all-round medium ball for me, that I can use on many oil patterns and do a lot of things with.

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HMR_Arson_High_Flare_Solid_warrantyFactory Finish: 3000 Abralon
Layout: 70°/4 1/4”/75°
PAP: 4 1/2” right and 1” up
 Speed: 26 kmh
RG: 2.48
Diff: .054
Rev-Rate: 450 rpm

Ballreview:

Combined with its Solid Coverstok and the low RG Core, the Arson High Flare Solid revs up quick in the midlane but still has good continuation in the backend. With this Ball combined with the Drilling I chose, I can easily control either fresh medium or long patterns.

When the lanes get drier, this ball starts a little bit too early in the midlane, which forces me too far left. This resulted in some weaker pin carry. When I took some hand out of it and increased my ball speed I was also able to use this ball on shorter patterns. Overall this ball is versatile and easy to manipulate either with hand adjustments or surface preparations.

This ball is a good option for speed and rev matched type of players as well as speed dominant player types.

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HMR_Arson_High_Flare_Solid_warrantyFactory Finish: 500/3000 Abralon
Layout: 75×5,5×75
PAP: 5 over 3/8 up
Speed: 27 kmh
RG: 2.48
Diff: .054
Rev-Rate: 450 rpm’s

Ballreview:

Here we have a ball with very much hook.

The difference between the first high flare and high flare solid is the earlier hook, this ball will start to read earlier on the lane and corve earlier. This is a hook monster!

This ball has 2.48 (RG) and 0.54 (Diff) what means earlier read and a lot of flare = hook/curve.

I use this ball on medium to long oil patterns. And lanes there is a lot of oil because this ball makes it.

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HMR_Arson_High_Flare_Solid_warrantyFactory Finish: 500/3000 Abralon
Coverstock: Max-Hook Solid
RG: 2.48
Differential: .054
Core Type: Symmetrical
PAP: 4 ½’’ right by 1’’ up
Rev-Rate: 450 rpm’s

Ballreview:

Combined with its Solid Coverstock and the low RG Core, the Arson High Flare Solid revs up pretty quick in the midlane but does not loose its continuation in the backend. I drilled mine

70 x 4 ¼ x 75. With this Ball, I can easily control fresh Medium to longer sport patterns when the Backend is still very hard. When the lanes get drier this Ball starts a quite early in the midlane but due to its drilling and its longer hookphase it allows me to still keep my angles fairly closed down.

This ball was very conducive to speed adjustments and that is why this ball is also an option for shorter patterns.

Overall this ball is very versatile and is a good option for speed/rev matched as well as speed dominant player types.

http://www.hammerbowling.com/products/balls/mid-performance/arson-high-flare-solid

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HMR_Arson_High_Flare_smFinish: Box + 2000
Layout: 60 x 4,5 x 40
PAP: 6 over 1/4 up
Speed: 29 kmh
Revrate: 350 RPM
RG: 2.50
Diff: 0.054

Ball review:

Hammer Arson Highflare is a pearlball with low RG-value and higher RG-value. For me this ball is a perfect choice when I leave cornerpins. Arson Highflare is clean through the midlane and finish hard and angular. This fits my game perfect when I see carrydown oil and need an sharper shorter breakpoint.

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