Bowlers Paradise Bowling Ball Reviews
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Bowlers Paradise Pegasus
The Pegasus is the first Bowlers Paradise ball we have reviewed. This ball uses a pearl reactive coverstock with a high RG, medium differential core....
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Summary Table of All Bowlers Paradise Ball Reviews
The table below shows a tabular comparison of all recently-reviewed Bowlers Paradise bowling balls. Currently, all balls in our database are shown in the table. BTM subscribers can customize the columns displayed on their Edit Profile page.
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|Ball Name||Issue||Cover||Box Finish||RG||Diff||Int|
|Pegasus||September 2013||R Prl||2K Abrl||2.555||0.046||0.000|
Bowlers Paradise Ball Comparison Graph
The graph below shows a comparison of all Bowlers Paradise balls. It shows four dimensions from our on-lane testing results:
- Horizontal axis: Total Hook rating
- Vertical axis: Length rating
- Circle size: Torque rating
- Circle color: Backend rating
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