Ebonite Mission X

December 6th, 2011 by admin | Comments Off

57 Hook 13 Length 16 Breakpoint Shape Manufacturer’s Intent: “The Ebonite Mission X was designed to create ball motion that is similar to the original Red Mission, but with enhanced back-end capabilities,” Ebonite Brand Manager Ed Gallagher told us. “We have been able to accomplish this with the all new XL1350 cover. The performance is […]


Ebonite Cyclone

December 6th, 2011 by admin | Comments Off

46 Hook 15.5 Length 15.5 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: The Cyclone entry level series will provide stronger dynamics than the earlier Tornado line. The Cyclone’s Torq symmetric core has a medium RG of 2.52, and a Diff at .052. Bowlers can create flare ranges of 1 to 5” dependent on layout choice and weight hole […]


Ebonite Game Changer

December 6th, 2011 by admin | Comments Off

52 Hook 14 Length 14.5 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: The new V5 symmetric core shape rolls quickly and evenly throughout the 60 feet. The RG is medium at 2.50 and had an above-average Diff of .051. We saw nearly 5.5” of flare with 3 and 4” pin distance layouts. Coverstock: Surrounding the V5 core is […]


Ebonite Signal

December 6th, 2011 by admin | Comments Off

53 Hook 14.5 Length 15.5 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: The Vital mass bias core shape is new and dynamic. The RG is medium at 2.52, but the Diff is hefty, coming in at .056. The mass bias strength (.018) can help determine the motion shape you desire. Bowlers can see nearly 6.5” of track flare […]


Ebonite Mission $250K

March 11th, 2011 by admin | Comments Off

58 Hook 14 Length 16 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: The 1.0 asymmetric core shape offers a low RG of 2.49 with a Diff reading of .050. The mass bias strength comes in at .013. Testing showed nearly 6” of track flare with all three pin distances (3”, 4”, 5”) all with lower quadrant weight holes. […]


Ebonite: Vital Energy

March 9th, 2011 by admin | Comments Off

51.5 Hook 15 Length 16 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: The Vital Energy asymmetric core supplies an RG rating of 2.48 and a Diff of .055. The intermediate Diff is strong at .018 as well. These numbers are from a 15-lb. ball before drilling. We experienced flare ranges as low as 4” to a maximum of […]


Ebonite: Game On

January 12th, 2011 by admin | Comments Off

48.5 Hook 15.5 Length 15 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: The Game On’s asymmetric EMP-1 core is also used in the sister Game Plan ball. RG is medium at 2.51, while the Diff is .058. Mass bias is .001, almost non-existent. Coverstock: The Game On’s .042 pearlized Traxion cover is a touch stronger than the Game […]


Ebonite: Mission 2.0

November 12th, 2010 by admin | Comments Off

56 Hook 14 Length 16.5 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: In the 2.0, Ebonite incorporated the same high-powered Mission 1.0 asymmetric core (March 2009) to deliver a low RG of 2.49, a .055 Diff and a .013 intermediate Diff. This combo resulted in fast revs followed by a 6” flaring finish. Coverstock: The Mission 2.0’s XL1250 […]


Ebonite Hard Ball

June 7th, 2010 by bjiwebmaster | Comments Off

Ebonite Hard Ball

Both the Curve Ball and Hard Ball will excel on light to medium volumes contingent on the players attack angle and physical attributes. All tournament players should own a medium RG (2.54 or higher) ball for good match ups on the burn.


Ebonite Curve Ball

June 7th, 2010 by bjiwebmaster | Comments Off

Ebonite Curve Ball

The Curve Ball will match up best on light to medium oil patterns when players are concerned with length and a controlled move downlane. Older wood surfaces with wet/dry side to side oil patterns will offer little challenge, especially with 2000, 4000 abralon or mid polished surfaces.



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