Radical Sneak Attack Bowling Ball Features:
Radical is happy to announce that the Attack is back with the release of the new Sneak Attack. The Sneak Attack features a new low differential core .036 and a medium Rg 2.544, but that’s not all that’s new; they have added a new cover, the Micro Textured Hybrid (MTH). This new cover uses a different additive, adding a different performance level to the Textured Pearl cover concept. Combining the core and cover changes adds a new dimension to Radical’s EZ Use performance lineup.
With the Rack Attack and the Counter Attack’s success for Radical, they are sure that the Sneak Attack will continue this success as a must-have in both league and tournament players alike.
Tom Marlow –
All I can say is wow I was extremely impressed with this ball. I feel like this ball is what the attack line really needed. I drilled mine 4×60 and it was everything I wanted it to be. When compared to my counter attack pearl rolled a little earlier and a lot stronger on the back. It was very continue through the pins. When compared to the counter attack solid it wasn’t as early but it was definitely stronger on the back. In my opinion this is the best of the attack line. Because you can change the surface to give it the solid look or add surface to give you a Pearl look.
Bob Newman –
I gave this beauty 5 stars because it fits my game perfectly. I really like the Counter attack Pearl and the Sneak Attack gives me a very similar look. This ball has a new Micro Textured Hybrid cover finished with factory compound so you get easy length with out having to force it. It has a strong down lane motion with out being flippy. I tested it with my GB4 Pearl, Intel Pearl SE and my Counter Attack Pearl. It is about 4 less than my GB4, 1 or 2 than my Intel Se, and 3 more than the Counter attack. For me, it had the strongest motion of the 4 on the THS I was on that day. I like this ball.
Tim Martin –
Drilled my Sneak Attack with a 60, 4”, 40 layout, as I wanted something I could step down to after my Big Foot forced me to far right or when I need something to keep my angles tighter on shorter sport shorts.
James G. –
Radical Sneak Attack Hybrid: More bang for your buck!
I am a medium rev, medium speed lefty and drilled this Radical Sneak Attack Hybrid to be the go to ball when the lanes get a little crispy, or the volume is less on a sport pattern. I have used this ball on Wolf and on two different house shots, 39 ft. and 41 ft., and this ball really impresses on those patterns. It has the length of the Counter Attack Pearl, but the flare and hit of The Closer Solid. I drilled it 45 x 3.75″ x 30 to maximize the flare potential while giving it that lower back angle to achieve a quicker, sharp motion to the pocket. This will not be the ball to use when they are flooded, or you see a lot of carry-down, but when they are short, flat, and fresh, look out! If you are a serious tournament bowler, or more speed challenged, this is a must have ball in your bag! A great addition by Radical!
Jarred McCain –
For a lower end ball, this thing hits hard!! What’s even better is that it is very forgiving and controllable. Definitely recommend for heavy hooking lanes or during transition.
I’m a two hand player throwing 18-19MPH at 400-450rpm. My layout is 4”x2” (PAL)
Owen Darby –
The Sneak Attack is my go to when it comes to high friction surfaces and the most chewed up of lane patterns. On fresher lanes, I can get very straight with my angles and have a good controllable amount of pop on the backend. This is a great ball to have for someone with a higher rev rate or for someone looking for a ball for higher friction surfaces or low amounts of oil. This ball is sneaky good