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Radical Bonus Solid
The Radical Bonus Solid reactive mid-performance bowling ball introduces a new core and cover combo. This ball features the Bonus Symmetric core along with the Forged Solid coverstock to offer a ball motion that is easily controllable while generating lots of downlane motion and continuation. This ball motion is ideal for league and tournament bowlers.
Customer Reviews | Questions
By RadiGal from Las Vegas, NV
Great benchmark symmetrical!
PAP 4 over and 3/4 up
Speed ~ 15 mph
The Bonu$ is a great benchmark symmetrical ball. I drilled mine 60x4x20, which is my max flip layout, and left it at box surface. This gave me smooth, predictable motion, but with a little pop on the backend. If you are looking for an even smoother motion, add another 5 to 10 to the VAL angle. The strong cover will definitely be able to handle medium oil conditions, and with a bit more surface it will have no problem on med-heavy conditions as well. This is also the only symmetrical ball that is Mo-approved for a shortpin layout for average rev folks.
By Dan Schriner from Stockertown Pa
Radical Bonus is that missing ball you need in your arsenal
Radical Bonus is a great 1st ball out of your bag, it's very clean through the front part and has easy continuation down lane. Bonus is a symmetrical ball with a forged solid cover is a great combination for medium/dry lanes. If your a 1st time user of Radical equipment like myself getting the Bonus will be a bonus to your bag.
By TrackbowlerBob from Pacifica, ca
Want to control the pocket? Bonus is your ball.
I drilled the Radical Bonus to be a bit longer and smoother as I drilled another control type ball at the same time, the Hammer Web Tour Hybrid. I didn't want them right on top of each other. Throwing them during the same session I was able to see I got just what I wanted. This ball get a further down the lane, has a smooth controllable shape with good continuation through the pins. Perfecto. Should work well in both league & tournaments.
By Ian L from NY
The Bonus for me is a perfect 1st ball out your bag benchmark piece. Strong, Smooth, controllable are personally 3 of the most important things I look for in a ball and the Bonus has them all. If I were to compare it to another ball in the Radical line it would be the Intel. Intel on steroids is what I'd call it. The Bonus I'd say is a foot or so earlier than the Intel but is also about 5 or 6 boards stronger on the backend. It also takes well to surface adjustments if you need to add surface or even polish it. Versatile and control is what this ball is all about.
By CG from Ohio
Stronger, more versatile Intel
This is an Intel on steroids. It is flat out great ball motion. It is a stronger more versatile Intel. It reads the lane in all the right places. If you loved the Intel or want an Intel replacement, this is what you want. This ball is special
By Sweetpea Bowl from Worcester, MA
Here is my take on the Radical Bonus. The Radical Bonus features a low RG/low diff. symmetrical core with a violet/black Forged Solid Cover. The Bonus comes with a 2 year warranty.
My "vitals" are a 405 rev rate with a PAP of 5 9/16 over and 1/8 up. I drilled the Bonus with a 60x5 1/4x70 layout. I have thrown the ball at box surface (500/2000 Siaair) I have tried the ball on both fresh THS.
I expected the Bonus to replace Web Tours and be give another option for the remake Brunswick Phantoms. The Bonus did NOT disappoint. I like low rg/low diff. equipment for shorter sport patterns or to blend out wet/dry patterns. The Bonus, as expected, did see the lane early and showed a smooth continuous arc type of motion. It does go longer than a similarly drilled Phantom. What impressed me most about the Bonus was the motion off the spot. With the Web Tours, they were great for the fresh but once the first transition would occur, they could struggle to get around the corner. The Bonus, however, compared to a similarly drilled Web Tour, shows increased motion down the lane. Thus, the Bonus can handle the fresh but should be able to handle the first transition as well on a shorter sport pattern. Moreover, given the amount of motion, the Bonus may be equally in play on fresh medium distance sport patterns as well. I plan on drilling one with a pin-up layout and I fully expect these to be a great 1-2 punch in a tournament arsenal.
See your local proshop for more information about the Radical Bonus!