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Storm Code X

The Storm Code X continues the popular Code line of Storm bowling balls. This ball is the solid version of the Code Black and Code Red. The Code X features the R2S Solid Reactive coverstock that is wrapped around the RAD4 Core and is finished with a 3000 grit Abralon pad. This bowling ball offers more midlane read and performs well on heavy oil conditions.

  • Color: Black/Blue/Purple
    All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
  • Core: RAD4
  • Coverstock: R2S Solid Reactive
  • Finish: 3000-grit
  • RG: 2.50 (based on 15# ball)
  • Differential: 0.058 (based on 15# ball)
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Oil
  • Fragrance: Orange Zest
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: STBBMTEX
  • Product ID: 11183
  • Brand: Storm
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: High-Performance Balls
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Question:

Is the hyroad nano and code x close in performmence

3/12/2018 - By

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The Code X will be more aggressive than the Nano, for it is a high performance ball and the Nano is only a Mid Performance ball.

3/12/2018 - By
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how does the code x compare and differ the sure lock

4/28/2018 - By

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The Sure Lock will have a 2000 grit finish solid coverstock and best performs on heavy oil only whereas the Code X is a 3000 grit finish solid coverstock and performs best on medium-heavy oiled lane conditions.

4/30/2018 - By
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How does the code x compare to the phase 2? Can either one of these be used on a regular house condition?

5/2/2018 - By

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The Code X will be way more aggressive than the Storm Phaze II but can both be used on house conditions.

5/3/2018 - By
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Do you have any xout code x's

5/14/2018 - By

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At this time, we do not have any Code X X-outs.

5/14/2018 - By
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I'm a first time buyer when I purchase the bowling ball do y'all drill the holes or do I need to go somewhere to get the finger holes drilled

5/25/2018 - By

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You can either have it drilled through Bowling.com or you can take it to your local driller and have it fit perfectly to your hand when being drilled.

5/29/2018 - By
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How does code-x compare with a new intense fire?

6/12/2018 - By

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The Storm Code X will be more aggressive than the Storm Intense Fire because the Code X is a solid coverstock whereas the Intense Fire is a hybrid coverstock. The Code X will also have a 3000 grit finish which will make it go longer than the Storm Intense Fire which only has a 1500 grit finish.

6/12/2018 - By
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Does the 13# ball have same core as 15# ball

7/24/2018 - By

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Unfortunately, the cores will be the same for 14-16lbs.

7/24/2018 - By
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is the code x too much ball for a 72 year old

7/27/2018 - By

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No, this should be perfect for you!

7/31/2018 - By
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Is the code X good for a fullroller

8/30/2018 - By

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Yes, the Code X would be great for a full roller.

8/31/2018 - By
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How does the Code X compare and differ to the Alpha Crux?

10/26/2018 - By

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Out of the box the Alpha Crux has a duller 2000 grit finish which can help the Alpha Crux read a little earlier on the lane. However, the weight block on the Code X is stronger and this can help the Code X to make up the hook for breaking a little later than the Alpha Crux so they are going to cover about the same amount of boards.

10/29/2018 - By
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how does the code x compare to the code black. I have a 15 lb code black suggested by the bowling ally proshop.. its to heavy. I am interested in the code x 14 lbs.

11/29/2018 - By

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The Code X will be a solid coverstock making it a more aggressive ball than the Code Black, which is a Pearl coverstock. The Code X will break sooner than the Code Black.

11/30/2018 - By
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Which ball hooks more the code x or the trident abyss

12/26/2018 - By

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The Trident Abyss will have a stronger hook but is meant for only heavy oiled lane conditions.

12/26/2018 - By
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How does this ball compare to the code red

2/18/2019 - By

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The Storm Code X will be much more aggressive.

2/19/2019 - By
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which high performance balls have the same core in a 13# as 14#

2/20/2019 - By

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Unfortunately, none of the 13# will have the same core as 14#.

2/21/2019 - By
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How does the Code X compare to the IQ Tour?

3/5/2019 - By

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The Code X will be more aggressive for it is a high performance ball and the IQ Tour is an upper mid performance ball.

3/6/2019 - By
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Is this ball equal to the depth charge

3/12/2019 - By

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I found some details on the Depth Charge and I believe it was a particle pearl ball. The details show it worked in medium to heavy oil but it was polished to try and go longer on the lanes. The Code X was a duller finish out of the box so it was going to read a little more on the midlane and have a smoother hook reaction. The Code X is newer as well so that may give it a slightly high hook potential with the newer technology used on balls today.

3/13/2019 - By
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How would this match up with a Physix?

3/23/2019 - By

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The Code X will be a bit more aggressive than the PhysiX for it is a solid coverstock and the PhysiX will have a hybrid coverstock. The solid will break sooner than the hybrid.

3/26/2019 - By
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What’s the difference between PhysiX and CodeX

4/17/2019 - By

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The PhysiX will be a hybrid and the Code X is a solid. The Code X will break sooner than the PhysiX.

4/18/2019 - By
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can the straight bowler use the code x?

4/17/2019 - By

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If you are not used to throwing a hooking ball, then this will be too much ball for you and you would want to stick with a spare ball that only bowls straight.

4/18/2019 - By
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How is this ball compared to the soniq

6/21/2019 - By

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This will be a solid coverstock and the Soniq is a pearl. This ball will read a bit earlier than the Soniq.

6/24/2019 - By
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How does the code x compare to the HyRoad X

8/2/2019 - By

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The Code X will be more aggressive for it is a high performance ball and the Hy Road X is a mid performance ball.

8/2/2019 - By
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