|Box Finish:||500 / 2000 SiaAir|
|Color:||Navy / Teal Solid|
When we reviewed the original Cash, we were impressed with how much energy it retained for the back end, considering that it was such an aggressive bowling ball. The Radical More Cash takes that to the next level. With a similar coverstock and the same Cash Asymmetric core, the differences in the two Cash releases are their colors and box finishes. The More Cash rolls out of the box at a sanded 500/2000 SiaAir finish. While this is slightly smoother than the 500/1500 SiaAir box finish of the original Cash, it still provides more than enough traction through heavy oil. Thanks to the More Cash’s strong asymmetrical weight block, each of our testers saw nearly five inches of track flare, with a more responsive move off the dry compared to the original Cash.
Just like with the original Cash, all three of our testers had their best reactions on our fresh heavy oil test pattern, with Cranker having the best reaction. He was sliding on 32, crossing the middle arrow, and getting his ball out to 10 at the range finders downlane. ...
Radical More Cash Comparisons
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- Radical More Cash vs. Radical Cash
- Radical More Cash vs. Radical Cyclops
- Radical More Cash vs. Radical Cyclops Pearl
- Radical More Cash vs. Radical Quick Fix
- Radical More Cash vs. Radical Tremendous
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Additional Radical More Cash Resources
Click here to visit Radical's website to read the manufacturer-supplied information on this ball. Also, see below for the manufacturer-produced promotional video for this ball.
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