Storm Incite Bowling Ball Features:
The Incite brings a new asymmetrical core shape with a new hybrid coverstock to Storm’s Master line. The new Tensor core design provides the Incite with a 2.50″ RG, a 0.053″ differential, and a 0.013″ intermediate differential. Its R4S Hybrid cover is the latest formulation of the famed Reactor coverstock, although we previously saw both a solid and pearl version of R4S on the Fight and Street Fight, respectively. It comes out of the box prepped with 3000 Abralon. The new core and cover on the Incite will offer easy hook with a strong response downlane.
In physics, tensors are important because they provide a concise mathematical framework for formulating and solving physics problems in areas such as mechanical design. The product resembles a stronger, more powerful symmetric core model that blends the line between top-drawer asymmetric and the more traditional symmetric approach thanks to a modest touch of asymmetry between the Y and Z axes.
R4S has come from several generations of Reactor coverstock material. With an increased porosity that is higher than its ancestor, you can feel confident that it will grab when it sees friction at the end of the pattern. It has the highest reactivity of any Reactor series cover and bridges the gap between mid-range Thunder Line and high-end Premier Line balls.