This ball is deadly! The AMF Ninja SE is part of their Vintage line of bowling balls. This ball features the Shredder symmetric core that is covered with an F70 solid coverstock and is finished with AMF's NEAT "T" 4000 grit pad. This combination provides a strong breakpoint motion with continuation and can handle heavier oiled lane conditions. This ball offers great entry angle with good overall hook.
Color Purple Soild
Finish 4,000 Grit
Differential 2.48 0.054
The Ninja SE which features an aggressive core with a perfect Solid cover to match, is its latest release. The Ninja SE has a great look too with its nice purple color and a nice sharp ball motion. I drilled my escape with a 4 X 4 X 4 layout which produces enough length to even out the angular ball motion you can have with this F70 cover. The Ninja name is famous from the past but its new ball design is based for the future! (Maybe they can bring back the Gold Angle too.....I sure hope so) The Ninja SE will not disappoint and it's a must ball to have in your arsenal! IMHO it's the most versatile ball in the AMF 300 line. So don't get left out in the cold by letting this one go by!
Layout type: Hook/Set 45x4x20 hole 1" in from axis. Lane Condition: USBC White #2. Ball Surface: Box F70 solid 4000 abralon. Oil: Kegel Fire. Nice length to the breakpoint with a smooth move off the spot. Strong through the pins, keeping them low on deck. Surface easily adjusted to match up with oil volume. Suggested use for medium to heavy oil conditions and all styles.
What type of ball is a AMF The Angle9/14/2019 - By BUD
There were several Angle bowling balls but one of the most popular was a urethane ball. We sold the AMF Angle Urethane Black which was more suited for lighter to drier oil because urethane balls do not have the hook potential of a reactive coverstock. This AMF Ninja would be much stronger than the Angle.9/24/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff