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Storm Phaze II

The Storm Phaze II has the attributes of both an innovative core and coverstock technology. The fast-revving shape of the Velocity Core evens out the backend reaction without causing over-reaction. The TX-16 Solid Reactive coverstock leaves an unbelievable footprint on the lane. The footprint allows the Phaze II to perform well on sections of the lane that would normally be avoided. The coupling of the Velocity core and the TX-16 solid cover generate a powerful motion. Step up to the next phase, the Phaze II!

  • Color: Red/Blue/Purple All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
  • Coverstock: T X - 16 Solid Reactive
  • Core: Velocity Core (14#-16#), Centripetal Core (12#-13#)
  • Finish: 3000 - grit Abralon
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Oil
  • RG: 2.48 (15# ball)
  • Differential: 0.051 (15# ball)
  • Fragrance: Red Velvet Cake
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: STBBMTZA
  • Product ID: 10290
  • Brand: Storm
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: Upper Mid-Performance Balls
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5/10/2017
By from Chicago
4/5 Stars
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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I love this ball. I first started with a sky rocket averaged 140 now with the phaze 2 I averaged 180 and I had mixed feelings thinking this would be to much ball for me but not at all it kind of helped me become a better bowler and learn to adjust. If it hits the pocket 99.9 percent is a strike other wise lots of 5 pins lol first game I shot 266

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3/7/2017
By from williamsburg Virginia
5/5 Stars
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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

I will always buys this product

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3/22/2017
By from Mesquite, Nevada
5/5 Stars
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Storm Phaze II Bowling Ball

Very 1st game shot 279 and even 700 series. 2nd time out in league shot 267, 236, 268 for 771. Two other league outings shot 620, 638. Great ball. Lefty hardly leaves any 7-pins anymore.

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Question: What is the recommended drilling pattern for this ball?

10/5/2016 - By

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Answer: If you go to the link, and scroll to the bottom of the page you can see recommended Drilling layouts - https://www.stormbowling.com/phaze-ii-bbmtza12

10/5/2016 - By

Question: How is this ball going to react differently from the Phaze

10/10/2016 - By

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Answer: The difference between the Phaze and Phaze II is the coverstock and finish. The Phaze II is a solid coverstock with a 3000 Abralon finish to help get the Phaze II reading in the midlane with a strong smooth hook reaction. The Phaze is a pearl cover with a polished finish to get it more length with a sharper backed hook. Because the Phaze II reads well in the midlane it helps the Phaze II read heavier oil than the Phaze also.

10/13/2016 - By

Question: Where would this ball fit in with the storm lock?

10/12/2016 - By

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Answer: The Storm Lock is the higher performance ball so it would cover more boards. The Phaze II would read the lanes just a little earlier than the Lock which helps it start hooking just a little earlier but it would still be just under the overall hook that the Lock has. You may could use this behind the Lock if the Lock is just barely too aggressive but you would not be able to use this for very long before you would have to change again to something that was a little weaker because it is just under the Lock in performance.

10/13/2016 - By

Question: What the RG Ratio mean ?

10/25/2016 - By

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Answer: The United States Bowling Congress defines the RG (Radius of Gyration) of a bowling ball as a measurement in inches and is the distance from the axis of rotation at which the total mass of a body might be concentrated without changing its moment of inertia. The RG is a measurement by some manufacturers in a range from 2.460" to 2.800", but some companies have converted them to a 1-10 scale to help give the consumer a better frame of reference. The These numbers describe the distribution of mass in the given bowling ball and RG is an account of the location of that mass inside the given bowling ball.

10/28/2016 - By

Question: Do you drill the holes?

11/10/2016 - By

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Answer: Hello Bob. We do offer custom drilling for $39.95 and that can take 7-10 business days before it ships out. Otherwise the ball will come undrilled and you can take it to your local driller.

11/10/2016 - By

Question: Yes I was wondering if you had this 15 lb ball with the pin , check, and mass lined up Pin at 3-3.5 and top we at 3-3.5

12/13/2016 - By

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Answer: Hi David! We do have 15 pounds available. Unfortunately, we do not have the inventory for the pin and top weight. After the order has been made, our warehouse will let us know what they have available.

12/14/2016 - By

Question: What is the 'RG' of a ball?

2/17/2017 - By

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Answer: Hello Ron! Identifies how fast a ball begins to rotate once it leaves the bowler's hand.

2/17/2017 - By

Question: I wound like this ball in a heavy 12 pound do have it in stock

7/28/2017 - By

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Answer: Hi. Unfortunately, we only keep the weights of the balls on our inventory. Our warehouses keep inventory of exact weights.

7/31/2017 - By

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