The Storm Super Son!Q features the Centripetal HD Core which is the offspring of the original Centripetal Core. The core family has provided one of the most dominant shapes in the Storm line of bowling balls. The Centripetal HD Core is denser than any other Storm core so far. This density produces an RG of 2.47 which creates a very low center of gravity which allows this ball to hit the pins at just the right spot to maximize pin carry. To top off this core Storm covered this ball with the proven NRG Hybrid Reactive coverstock and is finished with a 3000 grit Abralon sanding.
how will this compare to the strom crux prime and physix?2/18/2019 - By KJ
Since the Super Sonic is an Upper Mid Performance ball, and the other two are High Performance balls, the Crux Prime and PhysiX will be more aggressive.2/19/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I currently am using a GB3 hybrid. How does this compare to that hybrid? Im looking for something that grabs a little better in heavier oil.3/14/2019 - By MNS
This ball has very similar features to the GB3 Hybrid and they are both designed for medium to heavy oil. While this ball is an upper mid performance and the GB3 was a mid performance, the GB3 was duller out of the box so while the Super Son!Q was a stronger cover, it has a slightly smoother finish so you may not notice a big jump up in performance with this. You may prefer the Roto Grip Idol Hammer Web to give you a little stronger grip on heavier oil.3/15/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Can this be used for a dry lane ball? Or would it react differently?4/15/2019 - By Tyler
This would not be a good dry lane ball unfortunately. It is much to aggressive for dry lanes and it would cause the ball to read too early and roll out making it not carry through or hit well. It also would be hard to get the pocket because it would hook to strong on dry.4/16/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff