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Add a little zing to your game with the Radical Zing! Pearl high-performance bowling ball! The core designed for the Zing! was done with the Katana in mind but with more dynamics offering the driller more options. This ball is wrapped in the Forged 2 Pearl coverstock. This core and cover combination offers the most backend of all the Zing! balls to date. The Zing! Pearl also utilizes Radical's DynamiCore technology that increases the ball's coefficient of restitution which causes the pins to reflect off the ball faster resulting in a higher strike percentage.
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Zing Pearl is exactly what you think it would be, long and angular at the break point. First time using this ball I was able to stand left and toss it right and enjoy the show on the end. The house shot had very high friction outsides so I want able to stand on 35 and slow roll it to the outside for it to come roaring back. Out of all the asymmetrical pearl bowling balls, this one is my favorite
Radical Zing Pearl Zing! Hybrid wrapped in our big flip cover, the Forged 2 Pearl. This combination yields the most backend in the Zing! line. With this cover stock, I have seen it really hop of the spot in a controllable way. The way that it goes through the pin deck is also pretty impressive. With the Close Pearl and then the Zing Pearl, this is a great 1-2 punch.
PAP 4 over and 3/4 upTilt 17°Revs ~275Speed ~ 15 mphRightyThe Zing Pearl is definitely one of my favorites. I have always been a fan of the Zing line because I never worry about the backend response. I drilled my Zing Pearl 60x4x30 and adjusted the surface to 500/3000. Because this ball is naturally skid flippy, I opted to increase the VAL a little as well as change the surface to help smooth the flippiness a bit. This has been my go to ball on league. This Zing Pearl provides generous length and fantastic angular backend motion. I also used this ball during a tournament on dry lanes, and it saved me because it gets through the fronts so easily.
Drilled my Zing! Pearl with a 70,4", 30 layout. I found it to be a be very smooth through the fronts and once it hit friction was very angular to the pocket. Compared to my original Zing! I would say the Pearl was actually stronger by about 5 boards on the fresh and I could stick with it longer as it did not run out of energy down lane.
Local Bowling Alley, Tournaments, Upgrade
This ball is really good. It is the closest reaction in the line to the original Katana. If you want angular and skid/flip motion, you want this ball. I am very impressed with it. It gets easy length then takes a drastic turn.
Not as useful on fresh patterns
Great transition ball in the middle of a block
Layout - 60x5x35This ball is a go to for me when I need to ball down later in a block. The ball is quite clean through the fronts and enables sound energy retention. This is not a ball I would typically use on fresh patterns due to the angularity downlane. Of the pieces in the Zing line, this is one of the best I’ve seen.
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Due to the time it takes to produce the Radical Zing! Pearl ball it will ship in immediately. We cannot ship this ball outside the United States.