The Track Tundra Solid is ideal when you need to cool the lanes down. The coverstock and core for this ball offer great control when it is needed. The Track Symmetric core has a high RG and low differential that allows the ball to retain energy longer and offer a smooth, controllable down lane motion. The QR-4 Solid coverstock found on this ball matches up well with the Track Symmetric core. With a 3000 grit sanded finish this ball doesn't have a hard time on the front of the lanes and still has ample traction when facing light to medium oil conditions.
The Tundra Solid is EXACTLY what the Track line needed, and something everyone needs in their bag for later in the block - whether it is league or tournament.
As a right hander, I have my Tundra solid drilled with the pin under my ring finger and the CG kicked LEFT into my palm. This layout worked really well on my Onyx Vibe, and found similar success with the Tundra Solid. For me, the Tundra Solid reads the dry mid-lane very well and has enough "kick" to roll strong through the pins. The Heat Xtreme is probably my all-time favorite league ball, so modifying that coverstock to create the Tundra Solid was a stroke of genius.
Where the pearl cover of the Tundra may be too clean at times, the Tundra Solid has enough cover strength to react well with both oil and friction - and for high rev bowlers could be the first ball out of the ball on league shots and medium patterns. I can tell I will be using this ball a lot in many situations.
Track Regional Staff
Vise Regional Staff
I have nothing bad to say about this ball. Allot of bowling balls have gotten a lot more hype and promotion but this one will stand the test of time. Like its brother the Tundra Pearl, you'll see these in bags for years to come.
Tundra Solid - Various sport and house patterns
Positive Axis Point 4 3/8 right 1/2 up.
I drilled the Tundra solid 40x4 1/4x 20 (Pin about 2 inches above the fingers) this is not a bad layout for me I wanted something a little stronger on the lanes when they are to fresh. This worked out perfect I don't have to play far right in order to see movement out of the Tundra, I can also play in a little as long as it doesn't skid in the oil to long. The move off the friction is smooth and the finish is nice. I was surprised to see I could play on short and medium sport patterns with this layout, the Tundra will be a good ball when I get on more sport patterns early and late in the day.
Im Glad To Track Came Out With This Tundra Solid..Was Definitely A Fan Of The Original But This Adds A New Addition To The Reaction..Just Like The Original Good For Medium To Dry Lane Oil Patterns But This One Adds More Backend Drive Through The Pins With The Solid Coverstock! Good For Drier House Shots But Also Medium To Lower Volume Sport Patterns...This Ball Allows You To Be Versatile After Transitions Hits Gets Down The Lane And Drives Through The Pins..This Ball Would Be A Great Tournament Ball To Add To Your Arsenal For The Shorter Volume Patterns Or Long Format Tournaments..Definitely A Ball That Will Keep You Out Of Trouble Once The Lanes Get Tough!
The Tundra Solid is perfect for dry lanes. It also works great if you want to play a straighter line on medium oil. If the Tundra was too weak for you, the Tundra Solid is going to put a smile on your face. The solid cover blends out the chop and still gives you the pop on the back end to get the corners out.
How would the Tundra compare to the Storm Hy-Road Pearl or Nano? Thanks!11/2/2018 - By zim
The difference between the Tundra Solid and the Hy-Road Pearl is that the coverstocks will be different. One is a solid and the other is a pearl. The difference between the Tundra Solid and the Nano is that the lane conditions are going to be different. The Nano will have medium oily lane conditions and the Tundra Solid is for light to medium oiled lane conditions.11/5/2018 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I am a high rev guy with low speed. Will this work7/3/2019 - By Deepflyball
If you are rev dominant then typically you would want a ball that goes longer on the lanes before it breaks. This ball has a duller finish out of the box to help it read earlier and without knowing all of the details and just going by your high rev low speed I would not suggest this ball. You may look for a pearl or a polished finish ball to help.7/9/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I am a two handed bowler and I've been looking for another ball that is great on drier lanes and I wanted to know if this would be a great ball to use my rev rate is high and i throw about 16-17mph9/5/2019 - By Miller
This ball shows to work well on medium to lighter oil so you could use this. Most two handed bowlers have a high rev rate but you also have a good speed to match that so this ball would read in the midlane and have a smooth hook down the lane.9/6/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff