Ebonite Verdict Bowling Ball Review

The Verdict is in… First Impressions I had 2 impressions. First at the trade show…Amazing! Everybody and I mean everybody had a great look. During testing with a fresh ball, I was thinking holy cow this ball is strong, can I use it on house?? Explanation forthcoming… Our Testers: Tamer Elbaga (Lefty) RPM: 375 rpm […]

Ebonite Game Breaker 2 Phenom Pearl Bowling Ball Review

Game Breaker 2 Continues Phenomenal Performance… First Impressions Yes, this Phenom Pearl is what I was looking for to compliment the MVP and Solid Gamebreaker 2! Our Testers: Tamer Elbaga (Lefty) Style: Slightly Rev Dominant Tweener RPM: 375 rpm PAP: 5 & 3/8 up Average Speed: 18.0 mph (at release) Axis tilt: low Axis rotation: […]

Ebonite Blueprint Software

Recently, I came across an interesting piece of software.  Since I already have Digitrax which was licensed to Ebonite, I was curious about this new software they have developed.  On the surface, it seems aimed at the pro shops and ultimately intended to help sell Ebonite International brand bowling balls. However, it is still fascinating […]

Ebonite Vital Sign Digitrax Analysis

Ryan Hauck is our tester for the Ebonite Vital Sign.  The testing was performed on a medium-medium/heavy house shot. Ryan launches at 17.25 mph and the ball enters the pocket at 15.5 mph.  He’s targeting around 16 at the arrows out to 8 at the breakpoint to 44 feet.  The ball is generating 5.67 degrees […]

Ebonite Gamebreaker Digitrax Analysis

Ebonite Gamebreaker Digitrax Analysis

Ebonite Gamebreaker Re-Release Ball Review

“A Classic comeback” Ebonite re-releases the venerable Gamebreaker. Tester: Kyle Hartzell of Bowlerx.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. Let me briefly describe the layout and what it’s intention […]

Ebonite Vital Sign Ball Review

Ebonite Mission

“Mission Complete” A versatile top performer. Drilling This ball was drilled pin above ring finger, mass bias on the strong side, with a weight hole in the PAP. Won’t spend much time on drilling as this will vary and coverstock is 75% of the reaction. As usual, I suggest to work with your local pro […]