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Surface finish: Box
Layout: Pin position 5” under fingers MB week position
PAP: 5 1/4 – 7/8 up.
Speed: 24 kmh
Revrate: 410 rpm
RG: 2.50
Diff: 0.052

Ball review:

Wicked is it the perfect change from the Dark Encounter when the Dark E starts to hook to early I change to the Wicked E that gets cleaner thru midlane and has a smooth backend. Wicked encounter is a very allround ball that I use allot.



Track 912T

by Martin Paulsson on 17. July 2012

in Track Bowling

Surface finish: Surface sheen
Layout: Pin position 5” under fingers MB medium-strong position
PAP: 5” ¼ up
Speed: 24-27 kmh
Revrate: 420-450 rpm
RG: 2.50
Diff: 0.046

Ball review:

For me the 912T skids longer then the other balls from the 900 series. At the same time the 912T has a remarkable recovering, it almost feels like it can hook back from everything. For me the T on 912 stands for TURBO J



Surface finish: Box
Layout: Pin position 4 ¾ under  fingers. MB strong position
PAP: 5” ¼ up
Speed:
 
24-27 kmh
Revrate: 
420-450 rpm
RG:
2.47
Diff: 0.053

Ball review:

This ball is the follow up from Omen. The Oath rolls in arcing and controllable way, and hits the pins very hard. Oath is a ball I use on medium to long patterns.


Surface finish: Box
Layout: Pin position 5” under fingers.  MB medium position.
PAP: 5” ¼ up
Speed:
 24-27 kmh
Revrate: 
420-450 rpm
RG: 2.55
Diff: 0.042

Ball review:

Nice to see this Classic ball back. Just like the original Nail this is a ball for the dryer lanes. I like it a lot when I can get a nice backend whith control. A future favorite ball!!



Track 503T

by Martin Paulsson on 17. July 2012

in Track Bowling

Surface finish: Box
Layout: Pin position 4 ¾ under fingers. MB medium position.
PAP: 5” ¼ up
Speed: 
24-27 kmh
Revrate: 
420-450 rpm
RG:
 2.51
Diff: 0.057

Ball review:

With surface out of the box I think the 503t hooks to early for me. So I polished it a little bit I got more length and the ball roll real well on medium to long patterns.


 


Columbia 300 Omen

by Martin Paulsson on 7. February 2012

in Columbia 300

Surface finish: Box
Layout: Pin position 4 ¾  over  fingers.
PAP: 5” ¼ up
Speed: 24-27 kmh
Revrate: 420-450 rpm
RG: 2.47
Diff: 0.054


Ball review:

The Omen is like a outburst with a extra turbo. It´s stabil and reliable ball that use allot of different lane conditions.


Surface finish: Surface sheen 2000 abralon
Layout: Pin position 5” over fingers. MB strong position.
PAP: 5” ¼ up
Speed: 
24-27 kmh
Revrate:
 
420-450 rpm
RG: 2.51
Diff:
0.057

Ball review:

Nice with a totally Black Ball ;-). The jet black really gives me a new look, it gets thru the front really good. And breaks hard in the backend.

Track 716C

by Martin Paulsson on 25. October 2011

in Track Bowling

Surface finish: Box
Layout: 5 ½ over  fingers, MB arc position
PAP: 5” ¼ up
Speed: 24-27 kmh
Revrate: 420-450 rpm
RG: 2.51
Diff: 0.057

 

Ball review:

This ball has a nice length with a controlled arcing backend. A good ball for medium and sport patterns.

Surface finish: Box
Layout: 
Pin position 5” over fingers, MB strong
PAP: 
5” ¼ up
Speed: 
24-27 kmh
Revrate: 
420-450 rpm
RG: 
2.50
Diff: 
0.060

Ball review:

The blue/silver Taboo skids longer and snaps more then the first Taboo. A good ball after a few games.


Track 919C

by Martin Paulsson on 25. October 2011

in Track Bowling

Surface finish: Sheen
Layout: 
Pin position 4 ¾ under fingers, MB strong
PAP: 
5” ¼ up
Speed: 
24-27 kmh
Revrate: 
420-450 rpm
RG: 
2.51
Diff: 
0.057

Ball review:

Very strong ball that’s the perfect choice for heavy oil patterns. I really meen a lot of oil ;-). This is the I used on the long pattern at European Championship.



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