900 Global The Eagle

July 8th, 2011 by admin | Comments Off

55 Hook 14 Length 15 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: The powerful asymmetric core shape found in the Break Out also powers the new Eagle. The low RG is 2.48, the Diff strong at .058 and the mass bias is at .024. We saw nearly 7” of track flare, most being in the oil with the […]


Jet Bowling Jet

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45 Hook 15.5 Length 14.5 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: The symmetric core shape is both conservative and effective. The dual flip blocks enhance flare and flip while the body provides roll consistency. The 2.52 RG is medium and the Diff strong at .052. We saw nearly 6” of track flare with 3 and 4” pin […]


Lane #1 Black Panther

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54 Hook 12 Length 14.5 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: The Black Panther shares the same low RG core found in the original Pink Panther. The symmetric design boasts an RG of 2.46 and a .043 Diff. We saw 5” of track flare with the 3 and 4” layouts. Coverstock: The ION reactive coverstock formula craves […]


Radical Slant

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51 Hook 15 Length 16.5 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: The Booster asymmetric core shape may look conservative, but the numbers and performance prove otherwise. The low RG rating of 2.47 insures quick and easy revs. The 0.47 Diff and .025 mass bias allow for a multitude of motion shapes contingent upon layout choice. Coverstock: The […]


Brunswick Karma Pearl

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45 Hook 16 Length 15 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: The Karma Solid and Pearl share the same medium 2.53 RG, and Brunswick maintains the same .040 Differential rating on all cores in 12 through 16 pounds. This consistency helps players using lighter weights produce enough track flare for stronger back-end ball motion. Coverstock: The blue […]


Brunswick Karma Solid

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46 Hook 15 Length 14.5 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: The light-bulb symmetric core found in the original Danger Zone (1996) returns with tweaks. The RG is medium at 2.53 while the .040 Diff produces 5” of track flare with stronger layouts. The original core’s bismuth nugget has been removed to comply with new USBC standards. […]



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