Jet Bowling Ball Reviews
Jet Bowling Ball Reviews - New Releases
The Raider-X is the first ball for review from Jet Bowling in several years. This ball uses a core design called Jet Flying Arrow Symmetrical....
The Altitude is the first ball from Jet we have gotten to review. We always look forward to throwing a ball from a new company...
Jet Maximum Altitude
The Maximum Altitude is the second pro performance ball we have tested from Jet. This ball uses the same core as the original Altitude, but...
The Burner is the first Jet release we have thrown that was not poured in the Texas ball plant. The Burner is a polished solid...
Jet’s first asymmetrical core design comes to us in the Turbulence. This ball combines a strong core shape with the most versatile cover we have...
The Pilot uses core densities we do not see too often. A high RG/low differential core surrounded by a weaker resin shell is something we...
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Summary Table of All Jet Ball Reviews
The table below shows a tabular comparison of all recently-reviewed Jet 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|
|Altitude||February 2012||R Sol||4K Grit Matte||2.48||0.052||0.000|
|Burner||April 2013||R Sol||1.5K Grit Polished||2.546||0.054||0.000|
|Maximum Altitude||September 2012||R Prl||2K Grit Polished||2.48||0.052||0.000|
|Pilot||April 2013||R Prl||2K Grit Polished||2.60||0.030||0.000|
|Raider-X||December 2018||R Hyb||2K Grit Polished||2.530||0.052||0.000|
|Turbulence||April 2013||R Prl||4K Grit Polished||2.50||0.054||0.016|
Jet Ball Comparison Graph
The graph below shows a comparison of all Jet 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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