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Track Paradox Black

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Track Paradox Black

Track is reintroducing the Track Paradox but in black this time around. The Track Paradox Black is aggressive in the front part of the lane, the mid-lane, and the backend on heavy oil conditions making this bowling ball a truly unexplainable paradox. This ball uses the i-Core 2.0 to create a big flare potential and the QR-9 Hybrid coverstock helps create major pin action by responding to lane friction quickly.

  • Color: Black/Smoke Pearl
    All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
  • Coverstock: QR-9 Hybrid
  • Core: i-Core 2.0 (Dual Density)
  • Finish: 500/2000 Abralon
  • RG: 2.48 (15# ball)
  • Differential: .057 (15# ball)
  • Reaction: Strong Continuous Hook
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy Oil
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: TKTMPARBLK
  • Product ID: 10982
  • Brand: Track
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: High-Performance Balls
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Question:

would this be a good ball for a "tweener" bowling style?

11/18/2017 - By

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This would be an excellent ball for you.

11/20/2017 - By
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Would this ball be good for a no thumb bowler?

11/30/2017 - By

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This would be an excellent ball for that.

11/30/2017 - By
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How can I get a ball with a long pin?

1/8/2018 - By

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You can request for this information at the end of the order page int he "special comments" box.

1/8/2018 - By
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Question:

Is this ball good for a guy with a weak wrist and not much hook.

1/17/2018 - By

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We would recommend going to a Mid Performance ball or an entry level ball that doesn't have a lot of hook.

1/17/2018 - By
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Question:

Is there much difference hitting performance from a 15 # to 14# ball

1/25/2018 - By

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They will have the same core so it will be the same hitting performance.

1/26/2018 - By
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Question:

I have a lower rev and 15-16 mph, currently have a black widow legend and on heavier oil it's hard for me to get a lot of hook out of it. Would this be a good ball for me on heavier oil conditions?

5/23/2018 - By

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Yes, this ball would be better for you on heavy oiled lane conditions.

5/25/2018 - By
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WHAT IS A tweener BOWLING STYLE

7/12/2018 - By

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To explain a Tweener bowling style is is also important to point out the other styles as well. A Stroker is a bowler who has a lower rev rate and the result is a straighter shot on the lanes with little hook. Another characteristic of a Stroker is that often times they are speed dominant so their ball speed could be higher than their rev rate and it causes the ball not to hook much. A Cranker is someone with a higher rev rate and the result is a large hook. A person who is rev dominant could also be considered a Cranker because their rev rate is stronger than their ball speed. A Tweener is someone who fits in beTween a Stroker and Cranker style so they have more revs than a Stroker but less revs than a Cranker. If your speed matches your rev rate well then you may also fall in this category of a Tweener.

7/13/2018 - By
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Question:

which ball is more aggressive alias or paradox

2/10/2019 - By

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The Track Alias will have the Same Hook Potential, Lane Conditions & Coverstock as the Track Paradox Black.

2/12/2019 - By
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Question:

Will this ball hook quicker and have a better back end then the golden jackal

9/8/2019 - By

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This ball will start hooking more in the midlane so it starts hooking sooner than the Golden Jackal but because it hooks earlier it will not have as much backend as the Golden Jackal which stores its hook for later on the lanes more.

9/12/2019 - By
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