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The Track Alias high performance bowling ball was designed with all bowling styles and all lane patterns considered. This ball can be drilled for any circumstance you might find yourself facing. This ball can be transformed for a smooth, strong mid lane delivery or an angular motion. This is all achieved due to the versatile Alias core that is being introduced with this ball. Track designed this core to have an extremely tight pin distance and top weight spec. This will allow the driller to accomplish multiple mass bias drilling angles without the need of a weight hole. This also creates an intermediate differential range of perfectly symmetric .000 Intermediate Differential to a very asymmetric, high Intermediate Differential. This unique core is covered with a Prime Hybrid coverstock and is finished with a 500/2000 sanding. This cover responds quickly to friction on those heavier oiled lane conditions and provides a lot of hook.
The Track Alias has a lot of versatility, not only in the drilling options (symmetrical vs. asymmetrical), but also in the use of the coverstock. This ball definitely likes/needs oil to be the beast it was created to be, but the coverstock takes very well to surface changes and adapts well to polish.I had 2 drilled up, one symmetrical and one asymmetrical. The asymmetric layout was 70x5x30 on a PAP of 4 ¾" over x 5/8" up. I decided to leave that surface alone OOB and gave it a go on some pretty slick lanes. The coverstock did not grab too soon and the mid-lane/backend was controlled but powerful. I actually saw a greater change of direction with the symmetric layout - which was (-20)x5x30, with the PAP reversed (see drilling instructions and recommend short pin to CG ball for this layout). After throwing this ball a few times, I applied polish to the 2000-grit coverstock - which gave me the cleaner roll through the front that I needed - but was still a monster in the backend. Compared to the Paradox Black, the Alias for me overall is cleaner through the front-end and stores more energy for the back.If there was any high performance ball that you should really have 2 - THIS IS THE ONE - using each of the layouts to your advantage. This also may be the best high performance ball I have been able to use on a league night in a long time, as I have been using mostly mid-performance in league the past couple years. Dave HanTrack Regional StaffVise Regional Staff
All I Van Say Is AMAZING..This Is Definitely A One Of A Kind Bowling With Alot Of Attributes.. One Of The Most Versatile Balls In The Track Line..You Can Drill This Ball With A Symmetrical Layout Or Assymetrical Layout And It Has Alot Of Backend Drive..When The Lanes Are Fresh I Have My Assymetrical To Get Through The Oil And Drive Through The Pins..When Lanes Are Wet/Dry And Lanes Are Hooking A Bit The Symmetrical Drilling Layout Works Well Getting More Length And Still Drive Through The Pins With Overreacting..Definitely A Must Ball 2 Have In Your Bowling Ball Arsenal!
Drilled for the most backend, BUT it just lays out there and dies. Believed the promo,s I read and could not be more disappointed. Should have set my money on fire.
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