General Ball Info
The 900 Global Flux joins the Space Time Continuum as the second bowling ball in the Tour Engineered 900 Series. It is 900 Global’s first ball outside of the Honey Badger and Badger releases to use a two-piece construction with no filler material. Whereas the Space Time Continuum has a polished pearlized cover that is very clean through the lane, the Flux uses a 4000 Abralon finish on the S72R Solid coverstock. These changes give the Flux more traction in the midlane and more overall hook.
Stroker and Tweener had the better reactions of our three testers on our medium oil test pattern. Stroker started his ball on 15 off his hand, projecting it over the second arrow, and getting it out to six at the breakpoint. Tweener was a zone left of him with both his feet and target. His ball was landing on 21, going over 16 at the arrow, and also getting out to six downlane. They both saw the Flux pick up very heavily in the middle of the lane, but it shaped harder off the breakpoint than the Ordnance for them. As the pattern broke down, they could ...