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Storm Crux

Unfortunately, we no longer carry this ball. This page Is available For informational use. Since this bowling ball Is no longer available, find more bowling balls On our balls page Or use our bowling ball selector To find a ball To fit your game.

Balls with Same Hook Potential, Lane Conditions and Coverstock as the Storm Crux:

Storm Crux

Storm's commitment to improving bowling performance continues with the Crux bowling ball. Storm created the Catalyst asymmetrical core which helps produce more angle through the pocket. Storm's research shows that increasing angle entry produces a wider margin for error to strike. By combining that core and the ERG hybrid reactive coverstock finished with a 3000 grit this ball is going to explode with performance!

  • Color: Purple Pearl/White Pearl/Black All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
  • Core: Catalyst (Asymmetrical)
  • Coverstock: ERG Hybrid Reactive
  • Finish: 3000-grit Pad
  • RG: 2.50
  • Differential: 0.052
  • ** RG and Diff are based off of 15 lb. balls
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy Oil
  • Fragrance: Pomegranate
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: STBBMTCX
  • Product ID: 8609
  • Brand: Storm
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: High-Performance Balls
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Customer Questions & Answers  |  Reviews

Question: If I would polish my hybrid cover stock CRUX with the step two 1500 grit polished would it be anywhere close to the CRUX PEARL ?

9/9/2016 - By

Have an answer to this question?

Answer: It would be close, but not exact due to the coverstock. Also, keep in mind that pearl covers generally provide good length with a strong snap, whereas hybrids and solids begin transitioning earlier, even with polish.

9/14/2016 - By

Question: What is the best pin/top weight for me? I used 15lbs ball

11/8/2016 - By

Have an answer to this question?

Answer: Hello Greg. Unfortunately, that would be hard for us to determine. You will need to speak to your driller to better assist you.

11/8/2016 - By

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