Ebonite Aero Dynamix Bowling Ball Features:
Aero quickly became a ball that gained some attention for its performance. It’s great looking but not flashy and is a ball that just does the right thing and strikes a lot. The Aero Dynamix was created as the perfect complement to the Aero. The addition of pearl and compound to GSV-X and the Aero Core makes the Aero Dynamix great on medium to heavier conditions when you can still use some length and a sharper backend.
GSV-X Hybrid Coverstock
Aero Core – The Aero core features the game changing, “Drill Anywhere” DOT technology along with the proven DynamiCore technology which gives more power at impact.
Ebonite recommends Powerhouse Clean N’ Dull to keep your Aero performing at its best.
Bob Newman –
I don’t want to review this ball against the original Aero as I had put a special layout on that one for a specific condition. With the Aero Dynamix I went with a more classic layout, pin up, 5″ pin and the locator close to the thumb. I was pleasantly surprised at how well this ball performed. I threw it side by side with a couple of other asymmetric pearls and this was the best performer for me. It didn’t over-skid in the oil. It didn’t overreact off the friction but it hit very hard. It continued through the pin deck very well. This one took me by surprise. I think this will be a good ball on a variety of conditions. It’s a keeper.
David Varner –
I haven’t found myself throwing anything with polish on it lately but this ball changed that. If your looking for a high performance hybrid or just needing something later in the night when your aero starts hooking to much look no further. The best part about this ball is it gives me the miss room I usually loose with the skid flip motion. If I miss inside it was clean enough to hold and hit hi flush if I missed right it responded off the friction and continued all the way through the pin deck.
Scott Gilmore –
First off, let’s just look at the cover’s color. Sky blue, white and blue really pop! If you liked the Aero Solid, like I did, you will really like the Aero Dynamix. I drilled both balls the same; pin up at around 11 o’clock. By the way, the DOT technology is fantastic! The Aero was nice and strong in oil. The transition off the spot was strong but smooth. The Aero Dynamix is similar but with much more angle. The only change I made, was I took the surface down to 1000 and then sanded it up to 2000 with just a touch of shine. It really made a big difference. The original surface wanted the ball to burn up for me just a bit. Regardless, Ebonite once again hit a homerun with the Dynamix!
Ryan Galli –
Great ball! Love it’s agility to create shim and not overhook when I pull the ball. It is a great ball for the second to third game in league. Also an amazing tournament ball as it handles oil so well!!
Craig Miller –
The Aero Dynamix featuring DOT and DynamiCore technology is a hybrid version, to the Aero Solid.
The Aero Dynamix gives you more length and more backend motion than the solid version. Same hitting power.
Keep it simple!
Ian L –
I’m a huge fan of hybrids and this one does not disappoint. My favorite thing about this ball is that its strong enough to handle the oil in the middle of the lane and also has the length and backend of a pearl. Comparing it to the original Aero, I would say its a good 3 to 4 feet longer and easily 5 to 6 more boards downlane. When the Aero starts burning up and lose energy, the Aero Dynamics would be the perfect ball to goto.
For anyone that liked the original Aero this is a must have in the bag. This ball cuts through the oil and creates some serious backend motion. I find that when the Aero starts reading to early I’m able to switch to the Dynamix and move in really open the lanes up. The hitting power is unreal. This ball makes for a great one two punch!!
Joe Goldstein, Sr. –
I was impressed with the response when the Aero Dynamix hit the friction. A nice compliment to the Aero Solid. The Solid is much earlier and better on the fresh on heavier patterns, the Dynamix is best on medium oil and when the lanes start to open up. The Aero Dynamix get down the lane quite a bit further but when it sees the friction it makes a sharp, predictable turn. Great on THS and medium oil patterns. Get yours today.
Kevin Nagasawa –
All You Aero Fans, This New Aero Dynamix Is A Great Choice To Add To Your Bag.. Great Ball For Medium To Heavy Oil You Will Definitely Get The Length Down Lane And Drive Through The Pins! The Combination Of The Aero Core And Hybrid Cover Stock Really Makes This Ball Versatile For Any Type Of Bowler.. You Will Get A Strong Mid Lane And Strong Back Ends..Make Sure To Go Visit Your Local Pro Shop Today And Order One !
Robbie Patterson –
The Aero Dynamix by Ebonite is the perfect compliment to the original Aero. Drilled pin up, I hit the Dynamix with a 1000 pad and polished it. The length is similar to what you will see OOB, but breaking the surface and adding polish, it has immediately became the sharpest ball in my bag. When the original Aero starts to stand up a little and leaving those pesky 10 pins, on a house shot I would move a couple boards left( right handed) and let the Dynamix backend power go to work. I’ve also found this ball useful in tournaments play on a variety of patterns. When it comes to sport conditions, it’s not my first ball out of my bag, but the minute I feel the need to open up my angles, it’s the ball I immediately grab.
Christopher Doerr –
45 x 4 ½ x 30 – PAP 4 ½ -> and ½^ – Speed – 15mph – Rev Rate 380
It was nice to see a hybrid release come out after the solid because it changes things up. This ball has great color scheme to it and the performance is very good too. This hybrid is the best of both worlds for control and recovery. It does have a stronger hook potential down lane than I expected and it can still finish when playing in the oil on those longer patterns too. Don’t be afraid to take the shine off either if you are looking for a little more hook, but please try the out of box surface first before changing it.
Clancy D. –
The Aerodynamix is very much a skid flip asymmetric. I drilled mine 45x4x35 my go to layout for asymms. I have to be honest the ball looks sluggish going down the lane I contribute this look to the coloring of my particular ball. Downlane is were this ball SHINES. It makes a big move out of the pattern and hits the pins with authority. I love this one because it strikes a lot.