Seismic Bowling Ball Reviews
Seismic Bowling Ball Reviews - New Releases
Seismic Raging Bull Stampede
The Seismic Raging Bull Stampede is the follow up to the Raging Bull and Raging Bull Charged from last season. The Stampede uses the same...
Seismic rolls out their latest product with an older core design and brand new coverstock. The Dominion features the same Insignia asymmetric core as used...
Seismic Raging Bull Long Horn
The Seismic Raging Bull Long Horn took the proven Horn core, modified the densities, and surrounded it with a new pearl coverstock. The cover is...
Seismic has introduced a new core for their latest release, the Venator. The new low RG, high differential Tenaci core is surrounded with the S.F-7/9...
Seismic Solaris Platinum Edition
The Solaris Platinum Edition brings back the low RG Trail Blazer core, as well as the AVC Reactive pearl coverstock. This cover at the box...
Seismic Raging Bull Charged
The Raging Bull Charged is a perfect complement to the Raging Bull. The Raging Bull is super strong in the midlane and very even and...
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Summary Table of All Seismic Ball Reviews
The table below shows a tabular comparison of all recently-reviewed Seismic 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|
|Aftermath Pearl||November 2010||R Prl||Polished||2.48||0.054||0.016|
|Desperado||January 2010||Ure Prl||4K Abrl Polished||2.556||0.034||0.011|
|Dominion||January 2013||R Hyb||4K Abrl||2.508||0.045||0.015|
|Euphoria||May 2011||R Prl||Polished||2.55||0.054||0.000|
|Raging Bull||September 2011||R Sol||2K Abrl||2.495||0.055||0.020|
|Raging Bull Charged||September 2011||R Prl||Polished||2.495||0.055||0.020|
|Raging Bull Long Horn||June 2013||R Prl||Polished||2.53||0.045||0.017|
|Raging Bull Stampede||October 2012||R Sol||2K Abrl||2.49||0.054||0.020|
|Solaris Blackout||October 2010||R Sol||Black||2.486||0.035||0.000|
|Solaris Platinum Edition||October 2013||R Prl||2K Grit Polished||2.48||0.048||0.000|
|Venator||September 2013||R Sol||4K Grit Polished||2.485||0.054||0.027|
Seismic Ball Comparison Graph
The graph below shows a comparison of all Seismic 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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