Storm Intense Fire Bowling Ball
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Storm Intense Fire Bowling Ball

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  • COMING SOON: *****SHIPPING JUNE 15, 2018*****
  • Release Date: June 15, 2018
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium to Heavy Oil
  • Reaction Type: Some Midlane with Strong Backend Motion
  • X Factor Hook Rating Scale (1-20): 17
  • Coverstock Type: Hybrid Reactive
  • Core Type: RAD-E Core
  • Factory Finish: 1500 Grit Polished
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.49 (15lbs.)
  • Differential (DIFF): .050 (15lbs.)
  • Mass Bias Differential (MB): .017 (15lbs.)
  • Color: Ultramarine/Persimmon/Black
  • Core: Asymmetric
  • Coverstock: R3S Hybrid
  • Flare Potential: 6+ (High)
  • Fragrance: Lava Spice
  • Item #: STINTENSEF
  • Manufacturer: Storm
  • Manufacturer's Product Number: BBMTHF12
  • Condition: New
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Storm Intense Fire Bowling Ball Features:

During the initial testing of the Intense Fire we tried many different coverstocks that all performed admirably, but R3S Hybrid shined above all else. Radial Accelerating Disk (RAD) technology is now in its sixth generation with the RAD-E and earns some of the highest marks on the Professional Bowler’s Tour. The “E” stands for ENERGY as the elongated ellipses near the pin increase the separation of mass as well as the potential energy of this dynamic beast.

Radial Accelerating Disk (RAD) technology was unveiled in the original X-Factor series as the first to feature dual density disc technology. More recently, this design premise emerged in the RAD4 Core powering the Code series. With the new Intense, our R&D Team is taking it a step further with the new RAD-E Core. The “E” stands for ENERGY as the elongated ellipses near the pin increase the separation of mass as well as the potential energy of this dynamic beast.

R3S is the third generation of Storm’s flagship coverstock: Reactor cover material. This shell has a measurable porosity that is higher than its predecessor. This increased porosity reads the lane slightly sooner than Reactor or R2S and smooths out the overall reaction. Blending out lane transition is one of R3S’s best features.

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