Track Kinetic EmeraldReviewed: Friday, Mar 10, 2017Reviewer: Vernon from ChesapeakeI love the reaction on the ball. May have to hit the coverstock with a 4000 grit to give me a slight different look. Love the shelf appeal and always love the Shuttle core. - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Track MakoReviewed: Friday, Mar 3, 2017Reviewer: Freeswing from Washington DCMako (Box surface and lane polish)) – Pin up and to the right of the ring finger CG in line with the pin positive axis point is 4 3/8 right 1/2 up.
I am impressed with the amount of length and NO burn up I get out of the Mako, I have been able to use it on a few different lane conditions. Two that stick out in my mind are 41ft sport pattern and third game league house pattern. On the sport pattern I was able to play right around the 8 and 10 board going straighter. I think I did this for about a game and then I started to… - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Track TundraReviewed: Friday, Mar 3, 2017Reviewer: Freeswing from Washington DCTundra (Box surface) – Pin above the bridge CG in the palm positive axis point is 4 3/8 right 1/2 up.
Third Game House Pattern 41ft
Everything that was said about the Tundra being for lighter oil and or dry lanes is true. The Tundra does not lack in hitting power either when you're on those condition were the volume is low and it is close to being bone dry this is a nice ball to go to. I have not played with the surface yet I will do that in the near future nothing lower then 3000 I still like to see that length and continuous motion when… - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend