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Ebonite Game Breaker 2 Phenom X-OUT

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Balls with Same Hook Potential, Lane Conditions and Coverstock as the Ebonite Game Breaker 2 Phenom X-OUT:

Ebonite Game Breaker 2 Phenom X-OUT

Ebonite continues to break games with the Ebonite Game Breaker 2 Phenom. This performance bowling ball utilizes an enhanced version of an older coverstock in the GB 11.2 Solid which allows the ball more traction and performance in heavier oil. When pairing that with the trusted Enhanced V2 core you will see that Ebonite has set a new standard for mid performance bowling balls.


  • Color: Dark and Light Blue All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
  • Coverstock: GB 11.2 Solid
  • Core: Enhanced V2
  • Finish: 500/2000 Abralon
  • Reaction: Strong Overall Hook
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium to Heavy Oil
  • RG: 2.48 (15# ball)
  • Differential: .048 (15# ball)
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • Product ID: 10384
  • Brand: Ebonite
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: Mid Performance Balls
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Question: Does X out mean it's illegal?

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Answer: No, X-Out balls are still legal bowling balls and will still have a USBC approved serial number so they can be used in sanctioned games. The X-Out balls however will have an irregularity or blemish that keep them from being first quality condition. First quality balls will have pin placements and top weights that usually allow for several types of drilling options. An X-Out could have a pin or top weight that limits the drilling options so you may only have as few as one option to drill the ball to get the ball to be right. X-Out could also mean that the weight of the ball did not come out in the range they consider first quality. Or maybe the colors swirled together and turned the ball to a different color than expected so they could not sell as first quality. These are some of the reasons a ball could be an X-Out but it will not be illegal or defective.

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