The Track Precision uses a new cover and a new core design that results in a ball motion that is very clean through the front, with an enormous downlane reaction. This ball uses Track’s new asymmetrical Precision SD (single density) weight block, which features a low RG of 2.49″ and offers over five inches of track flare potential in the oil. The new Prime Pearl cover comes out of the box finished with 500 and 1000 Abralon before being shined with Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish. This polished surface finish easily pushes the Precision to the breakpoint, where it really cuts loose when it sees the friction.
At Track, it’s all about precision. When they set out to achieve a certain motion for a ball, they don’t stop until it is perfected. Their newest High Performance ball gives length through the front of the lane with a strong mid-lane read and a booming backend motion. Perfection is Precision.
The Precision core was designed with the possibility to create both single density and dual density versions and it takes versatility to a whole new level. With these possibilities, the Precision offers the widest variety of RG, Differential, and Intermediate Differential combinations ever assembled into one single design. In this single density version, the low RG combined with high differential and a large mass bias allows the Precision to change direction very quickly downlane.
Track’s new Prime coverstock advances the technology started in the original Paradox with the QR series. This new technology creates a more consistent and uniform grip on the lane compared to its predecessor. The Prime cover has already proven itself a winner as it was first used in a hybrid version on the Alias. This new Pearl version allows the Precision to push further down the lane compared to the Alias and give bowlers a stronger change of direction at the breakpoint.