Add a little zing to your game with the Radical Zing! 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 with Radical's proven Forged 2 coverstock. This combination creates Radical's desired ball motion of being very aggressive off the spot with a big backend reaction. The Zing! also utilizes Radical's DynamiCore technology that increases the balls coefficient of restitution which causes the pins to reflect off the ball faster resulting in a higher stike percentage.
Ball Weight: 16 lbs
Ball #1 dual angle layout: 30 x 4 x 20 sanded to 1000
Ball #2 dual angle layout: 75 x 4 1/2 x 30 box finish
Rev Rate: medium/high 350-400 rpm
Ball Speed: 16 mph
PAP/Track: 4 5/8" over and 3/4" up
Ball#1 Amazing ball for a fresh THS with a heavier volume in the middle. I'm able to play inside of everyone and have plenty of recovery. I've seen very few balls able to play 20 to 10 in this house and have any hitting power. This Zing has power to spare and does not leave corner pins.
Ball #2 This is my "ball down" Zing if you can call it that. It is still a monster capable of playing on the fresh but has a better look once the lanes open up. The Zing is so versatile and responsive to surface adjustments you could easily fill your entire arsenal with Zings.
Drilled mine 45 X 3 1/2 X 25.
The Zing features a new core design based on the Katana concept, but more dynamic. This creates more drilling options without having to use a balance hole. It has the Forged 2 cover stock that was featured on the Slash. It is very aggressive off the spot, creating a big backend motion. It also features DynamiCore Technology, which creates more hitting power.
With the drilling hat I put on mines. It is going to read slightly earlier than normal for me. It is still clean through the mid lanes and delivers a more defined backend with the Radical continuation. You can't go wrong with this gem in your bag.
Is this ball any different between the pro motion, or does the Zing have a stronger hook, and chould it also be used for medium oii or just for heave oil?8/14/2019 - By Manny
This ball would be very comparable to the Storm Pro-Motion because they are both high performance ball designed for heavy oil with a duller finish out of the box to help them read the midlanes well. I would not recommend using either ball for medium oil conditions because it would be too aggressive and may roll out too early. They work best in heavy oil.8/15/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff