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Storm Freak’n Frantic Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

This one is definitely Frantic on the Backends!! Storm is set to release the new Freak’n Frantic in May. Our testers: Stroker: Jeff Dalton (300 rpm) Tweener: Norm Santos (350 rpm) Cranker: Sean “Revz” Patterson (565 rpm) Eric Deaton, Storm Staffer of Strike Mor Pro Shop drilled our test equipment. We used a pin up … Continue reading Storm Freak’n Frantic Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Storm Lights Out Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Lights Out Baby! Storm is set to release the new Lights Out in mid-May. Our testers: Stroker: Jeff Dalton (300 rpm) Tweener: Norm Santos (350 rpm) Cranker: Sean “Revz” Patterson (565 rpm) Eric Deaton, Storm Staffer of Strike Mor Pro Shop drilled our test equipment. We used a pin up layout for the Storm Lights … Continue reading Storm Lights Out Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Storm Super Natural Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Super Urethane? Storm’s latest ball set to release in mid-May, the Super Natural is a 3rd generation hybrid urethane piece. Our testers: Stroker: Jeff Dalton (300 rpm) Tweener: Norm Santos (350 rpm) Cranker: Sean “Revz” Patterson (565 rpm) Eric Deaton, Storm Staffer of Strike Mor Pro Shop drilled our test equipment. Layouts are in the … Continue reading Storm Super Natural Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

DV8 Brutal Nightmare Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

This thing is definitely Brutal!!! Our tester: Michael Raquidan (450 rpm) We used a pin down layout for the DV8 Brutal Nightmare 30 x 4 x 80. This will allow a earlier read to control the midlane while allowing a booming continuous backend arc. 80 degrees VAL angle is really meant to slow the transition … Continue reading DV8 Brutal Nightmare Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Hammer Jet Black Taboo Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Will the Gas Mask Core Ever Die??? Our tester: Tweener: Coach T (350 rpm) We used a pin down layout for the Hammer Jet Black Taboo. I was looking for a smoother reaction off the spot. This 45 x 4.25 x 70 should get into a roll with medium speed and transition on the smoother … Continue reading Hammer Jet Black Taboo Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Columbia 300 Vow Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

This one Vows to turn the corner Our tester: Stroker: Larry Salvati (255 rpm) We used a pin up layout for the Columbia Vow to compliment the expected ball reaction. The 5 inch pin will offer medium flare for a later breakpoint. It will get into a medium to late roll with a medium transition. … Continue reading Columbia 300 Vow Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Storm Reign of Power Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Will this one Reign? Our testers: Stroker: Eric Deaton (275 rpm) Tweener: Jeff Dalton (300 rpm) Power Tweener: Norm Santos (350 rpm) Eric Deaton, Storm Staffer of Strike Mor Pro Shop drilled our test equipment. We used a pin up layout for the Storm Reign of Power, knowing how aggressive it is out of box. … Continue reading Storm Reign of Power Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

900 Global Bullet Train Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Shinkansen!   Our testers: Tweener: Jeff Dalton (300 rpm) Tweener: Norm Santos (350 rpm) Eric Deaton, Storm Staffer of Strike Mor Pro Shop drilled our test equipment. We are reviewing the 900 Global Bullet Train courtesy of Buffa Bowling. This is a fairly typical pin down layout. This will allow the ball to transition smoothly … Continue reading 900 Global Bullet Train Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Roto Grip Disturbed Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Normal Function Disrupted   Our testers: Stroker: Eric Deaton (275 rpm) Tweener: Jeff Dalton (300 rpm) Tweener: Norm Santos (350 rpm) Cranker: Sean Patterson (565 rpm) Eric Deaton, Storm Staffer of Strike Mor Pro Shop drilled our test equipment. This pin up layout is fairly typical and generally allows for a ball that gets into … Continue reading Roto Grip Disturbed Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Roto Grip Defiant Soul Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

A Wicked Soul! Our testers: Stroker: Eric Deaton (275 rpm) Tweener: Jeff Dalton (300 rpm) Tweener: Norm Santos (350 rpm) Cranker: Sean Patterson (565 rpm) Eric Deaton, Storm Staffer of Strike Mor Pro Shop drilled our test equipment. This pin down layout is fairly typical and generally allows for medium transition to roll with slower, … Continue reading Roto Grip Defiant Soul Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Storm Sync Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Perfectly in Sync… Remember that coverstock accounts for 70% of ball reaction, but the core will create the dynamic shape. Your drilling will alter the shape to suit your game and conditions you bowl on. Our testers: Stroker: Eric Deaton (275 rpm) Tweener: Jeff Dalton (300 rpm) Tweener: Norm Santos (350 rpm) Cranker: Sean Patterson … Continue reading Storm Sync Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Storm IQ Tour Pearl Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Another Benchmark? Remember that coverstock accounts for 70% of ball reaction, but the core will create the dynamic shape. Your drilling will alter the shape to suit your game and conditions you bowl on. Our testers: Cranker: Sean Patterson (565 rpm) Tweener: Jeff Dalton (300 rpm) 25 x 3 5/8 x 30 Stroker: Larry Salvati … Continue reading Storm IQ Tour Pearl Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Roto Grip Shatter Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Will it Shatter the Pins? Remember that coverstock accounts for 70% of ball reaction, but the core will create the dynamic shape. Your drilling will alter the shape to suit your game and conditions you bowl on. Our tester: Coach T (Tweener, 350 rpm) : 80 x 5 x 70 This layout is intended to … Continue reading Roto Grip Shatter Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Brunswick Aura Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

You Will Feel the Hook! Buy the Brunswick Aura Bowling Ball from Bowling.com! Remember that coverstock accounts for 70% of ball reaction, but the core will create the dynamic shape. Your drilling will alter the shape to suit your game and conditions you bowl on. Our tester: Michael Raquidan (~450 rpm) Layout: 50×3.5×75 PAP: 4 … Continue reading Brunswick Aura Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Brunswick Meanstreak Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

If You Like Backend Motion, This One Is Really Mean Buy the Brunswick Meanstreak Bowling Ball from Bowling.com! Remember that coverstock accounts for 70% of ball reaction, but the core will create the dynamic shape. Your drilling will alter the shape to suit your game and conditions you bowl on. Our tester: Michael Raquidan (~450 … Continue reading Brunswick Meanstreak Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Storm Lucid Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

The Lucid Clearly Hooks! Buy the Storm Lucid Bowling Ball from Bowling.com!   Remember that coverstock accounts for 70% of ball reaction, but the core will create the dynamic shape. Your drilling will alter the shape to suit your game and conditions you bowl on. Our testers: Cranker (Sean Patterson, 565 rpm) : 60 x … Continue reading Storm Lucid Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

Storm Tropical Breeze Hybrid Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis

The Tropical Breeze offers a leisurely stroll… The Storm Tropical Breeze Hybrid goes through our recent ball review testing. As usual, keep in mind that the coverstock will account for 70% of ball reaction while the core characteristics and drilling will dictate the shape of the reaction. I had the pleasure of testing this ball … Continue reading Storm Tropical Breeze Hybrid Bowling Ball Review with Digitrax Analysis