Customer Reviews | Questions
By willow300 from Quebec Canada
what a ball
Here is a limite edition of the Inferno, the Blue Flame. This ball has de same core as the original Inferno wrapped up with the new Reletivity hybrid coverstock. This ball is designed for medium to oily lane condition.
I put the similar drilling as the Vintage Inferno, 60x4 ¼"x40. On the lane, the ball is really smooth and controllable in the backend but is still strong. Because of the low RG core, the ball offers a heavy roll in the midlane even with heavier lane patern. Compared so my Pitbull Growl, I play the Blue Flame 3 boards right with my feet and two with my eyes. Compared to the Magnitude 035, I play the Blue Flame around the same spot but the roll is different. Because of the solid coverstock, the 035 rolls sooner and because of the differential, the ball is smoother on the back end. Compared to the Inferno, I play the Blue Flame two boards left with my feet and one with my eyes. The Inferno is cleaner in the heads because of the pearl coverstock and is sharper on the backend.
The box Finish is at 4000 grit. For player with more speed or wanting to play heavier patern, the ball can be sanded to a 1000 or even 500 grit abralon pad. By doing so, the ball will roll sooner but will still be able to get to the pocket. For people with less speed and still interested in this ball, you can put a polish on the ball and it will goes longer on the lane and have more pop in the backend.
To conclude, is you wanna have a really limited edition ball and if you wanna have a smooth and controllable ball, the limited edition Inferno Blue Flame is for you.