Track Tundra Fire Bowling Ball Features:
It has been a while since Track released a ball like this. The Tundra Fire re-introduces a high RG and lower differential core to the Track line and, combined with the HK22 base cover, offers unbelievable ball motion. The core gets the Tundra Fire down the lane with ease, and the strength of the HK22 cover produces remarkable recovery and a sweeping backend motion. The Tundra Fire will excel when the lanes are hooking, but you’ll also be surprised at how versatile and useable the ball is due to the recovery HK22 provides.
Tom Marlow –
The Tundra Fire is a high RG and has a lower differential core , add HK22 cover. The core gets the Tundra Fire down the lane with ease, and the strength of the HK22 cover. Put all that together and you’re going to have one of the best balls on dryer lanes. I see this ball in my bag for a long time.
Dave Han –
The Track Tundra Fire reminds me of the Heat series circa 2016. That means, the Tundra Fire should be in your league bag and will come in handy on many low/medium sport patterns.
Although the Tundra Fire is in the similar price point as the recently released Track Sensor – and are both pearls – the two have very different motions. While the Sensor is a bit stronger in the mids and more rolly, the Tundra Fire definitely sparks off the spot and gives a very strong backend flip for the price point.
If you need something to use on the drier end of house patterns, or more low-volume sport patterns, the Tundra Fire may be just what you’re looking for!
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Frederick Williams –
If your looking for something with shelf appeal and down lane motion, The Track Tundra Fire is it. This is the perfect compliment to the Track Sensor just a stronger ball motion of the spot. Paired with DR-5 Pearl cover with HK22. You will see a clean ball that is super clean thru the fronts. Perfect ball for those who like to keep the ball in front of them. Also great those bowlers who like to really get left or right and wheel the lane. Go get one today, and set the lanes on fire the lane.
dante bernal –
the tundra fire is a great ball for game three of league or later blocks in tournaments. this ball gets through the fronts with ease and effortlessly, it also exits the pattern with great shape and continuation.
Eric A. –
The Tundra Fire is now my go to ball when the heads start to hook. The combination of high RG, low Dif and HK22 Pearl gets the ball down the lane with enough energy to recover on the back. The HK22 shell enables the ball to still hit if I pull the ball into the oil. This ball has a different look than anything else in my arsenal and has earned a spot in the starting lineup.
Bob Newman –
Going back a few years I am a big fan of the Tundra series. I still have a Tundra and a Tundra Solid in the back of my closet. The high RG and low Dif combo have always seemed to work for me. When I saw this ball announced I was super excited, and I couldn’t wait to get it on the lanes. So now I’ve got one drilled up and it is not at all what I expected. At first, I was a little disappointed as I watched this ball react to the friction. It was much stronger than I expected. As I kept practicing, and watching the ball reaction, seeing how hard it was hitting I realized two things. (1) This is not the super long, very smooth shape I have seen in the Tundra line. And 2, this ball is awesome. The ball gets deep into the back end and then just flips and hits. It’s a new shape to my arsenal, and I like it. The HK22 additive really shows off on this piece.
Kevin Alan Nagasawa –
Track Bowling Has Come Out With Another Great Bowling Ball From The Tundra Line. This New Tundra Fire Has Great Shelf Appeal And Really Looks Good Going Down The Lane. As In Previous Tundra Bowling Balls This Ball Really Adds To An Amazing Line Of Bowling Balls. This New Tundra Fire Is Great For Medium To Light Volume Oil Patterns. The New HK22 With The DR 5 Pearl Cover Stock Really Makes This Ball Very Versatile With All Types Of Bowlers And Rev Rates. This Ball Allows You To Stay As Far Right As Possible And Play Straight Up The Boards. You Will Definitely Get Strength Down Lane And Then A Continuous Motion Toward The Pocket And Pin Deck! This Bowling Ball Is Great For League Play And Will Be A Very Versatile Bowling Ball For Tournaments As Well. This Ball Is Great For Shorter Volume And Length Oil Pattern And Also Will Be Great When The Lanes Are Hooking And On Fire.. Thats Why This New Tunder Fire Explains It All Make Sure To Go To Your Local Pro Shop Today And Order One! #Track #TrackBowling #EvolutionaryRevolutionary
Evan Ruoti –
The new Tundra Fire from Track has been such an exiting new piece in my arsenal. Many of us were thrilled to see a new release from the Tundra series. This symmetrical pearl is going to give you the length your looking for when you need a ball to travel through the front part of the lane and still give you plenty of movement on the back end and continuation through the pins. The HK22 pearl coverstock has proven to be one of the best covers that Brunswick Bowling Products has ever produced and is showing up in big scores all across the country. One of the most exciting features of this ball is the value you are going to get from it when it comes to your pocketbook. You’re getting high end performance at a midline price. This ball checks every box to prove it belongs in your arsenal. Track hit out it out of the park with this one.
Mike Romero –
The Track Tundra Fire is an amazing ball! This is not your typical Tundra line bowling ball, This ball is more angular and stronger! This ball is your typical league ball where you can start and finish with, or this is your late in the tournament ball that will help you clear the fronts and mids and be responsive enough on the backend to carry the 10 out as the lanes dry out. Don’t leave this ball on the shelf!! You’ll regret it!