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Track Heat Bowling Ball


Solid Reactive


Medium Oil

Length with Strong Backend





Modified Tri-Core

Modified Tri-Core

500, 1000, 2000 Siaair Micro Pad

Ultra Violet


Mid Performance

Track Heat Bowling Ball

(12 customer reviews)


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Track Heat Bowling Ball Features:

The Modified Tri-Core and Heat name are back and maybe better than ever. This is one of the strongest Heat balls to date with DR-7 Solid and a 2000 Siaair finish. This new Heat will provide plenty of hook for medium conditions and be a great addition to any bowler’s tournament arsenal while also providing a lot of value to anyone looking for a great mid-price ball.

The Heat uses DynamiCore – the industry leading innovation in outer core technology developed by Brunswick Bowling Products. This leap in bowling ball technology is a more durable outer material that yields less compression upon impact increasing hitting power and creating an undeniable difference in sound and pin carry.

12 reviews for Track Heat Bowling Ball

  1. Bob Newman

    So I’ve had this ball a couple weeks now and I’m pleasantly surprised at how well it carries from multiple attack angles. I used it on a burnt out 52′ Badger pattern and in 2 different houses on typical house shots. Whether I’m up the lane or tilting it around the corner it just carries well. I really don’t seem to have to shoot too many back row spares when this ball is in play. It is a very smooth arcing symmetric cored, solid covered piece that will do well on most medium oil shots.

  2. David Varner

    Track set out to bring back the go to benchmark heat series and they nailed it. Out of the box I thought it was a bit stronger than I wanted out of the heat but after throwing it a few times at a couple different houses it’s exactly what I needed. If your looking for a solid symmetrical benchmark piece for league season give the heat a go, you will be pleasantly surprised!

  3. Dave Han

    The Track Heat is a smooth, predictable and has been brilliant for me. 300/824 on a house shot with a high friction surface that I had previously struggled.

    My Heat was laid out without angles this time, with the pin down under the bridge – and the CG kicked ½” to the right. The result is a solid reactive that gets through the heads cleanly, manages the mid lane and rolls through the pins with mass destruction. It is a great compliment to the Power Torq (which is stronger) and the Legion Pearl (which is cleaner and more angular).

    My best league ball over the past 5 years was the Track Heat Xtreme – this cover may not be quite as strong – but is right up there, and it is highly recommended. I am going to drill a 2nd Heat pin-up for tournament patterns.

    Dave H.
    Track Regional Staff
    Vise Regional Staff

  4. Michelle Smith

    First ball out of my bag and could quite honestly be the only ball I need. If you couldn’t tell, it is my absolute favorite! It carries well from multiple angles and I’ve yet to see it lose any energy. My go-to game is down and in, but the Heat allows me to play many lines and strike from pretty much all of them. Don’t waste any time and buy this ball NOW! Track definitely hit it out of the park with this one!

  5. C.Miller

    Track has done it again with the Heat. This ultra violet beauty sure packs a punch. I found the Heat to be stronger , but versatile at the same time. On a freshly oiled house pattern, I was playing with my angles more closed and had no problem carrying. Stepped in a good six boards, got the hand around it, and the Heat had no problem turning the corner without losing energy.
    Keep your game on track, throw the Heat!

  6. Petro

    The Heat uses DynamiCore. Pretty impressive! This ball can be used for heavier oils. The ball picks up the lane. This is a great benchmark ball for times when you need to keep the ball in front of you. Very predictable!

  7. Brandon Michael Traynum

    Super controllable and predictable ball. Also, it STRIKES. Good for medium to heavy volumes and a great fit for tournament and league arsenals.

  8. Rodney Torres

    Super controllable motion! ball works well from multiple angles! This ball will always be in my tournament bag!

  9. Jim

    I see this ball very closely to the Heat Extreme, which was a ball I absolutely loved. The Heat is very controllable but doesn’t over hook when it sees the friction. Will be a great ball for medium length and volume oil patterns. A must have for every tournament bowler!!

  10. Jason Taylor

    The Tri-Core is back baby!  The Heat has an updated Tri-Core and that is one of my favorite retro cores.  The old saying was, a core, in a core, in a core. Change one density in the Tri-Core, and get a completely different ball. OK, enough of my fan boy gibberish.  The Heat is Tracks benchmark solid, designed with medium oil patterns in mind. I drilled mine 45° x 5.5″ x 45°, my go to layout, and let’s just say the Tri-Core fan in me is in love. Predictable, smooth, powerful, and pretty. The reaction is everything I remembered, and the versatility is still there.

  11. Kevin Nagasawa

    The Track Heat Series Is Back Again..The New Heat Is Best When Lanes Are Hitting Transition And Really Hooking..This Ball Definitely Will Get Length Down Lane And Saves All Of Its Energy For Back Part Of Lane And Really Drives Through The Pins. Best Used For Medium To Dry Lanes.. Also Good For Lower Volume Patterns Including House Shots Staying Closer To The Track Area Really Makes This Ball A Good House Or Tournament Ball.. Has Definitely Gotten Me Out Of Trouble When The Lanes Are Really Tricky! Versatile Bowling Ball Allows Me To Stay In The Middle Part Of The Lane And Still Stay In Play…Make Sure To Go To Your Local Pro Shop Today And Order One And Remember The Heat Is On!

  12. Jesse

    The heat is exactly what a player needs for higher friction lane surfaces or even better on transition for when its time to open the lane up. This ball def does not quit. To me, it’s a flippier version of a triton elite. But also, purple always seem to roll well!

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