|Box Finish:||500 / 2000 Abralon / Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish|
Track’s newest release is a throwback to an old Track favorite, the Heat. Both the original and the first remake were poured in San Antonio before the Ebonite International buyout of Track. This new Track Heat remake uses the same color scheme and a similar core design to achieve the same motion as its ancestors. The new core is called the Modified Tri-Core. This shape matches the RG of the original, but it has a lower differential to compensate for the more aggressive coverstock. DR-5 Pearl is a new coverstock for Track. Versions of the Delayed Reaction (DR) cover have been seen on the Hx series of balls from the previous naming system, but this is the first time we’ve seen DR-5 Pearl.
The new Heat was best for us on our medium volume test pattern. All three testers saw the Heat glide through the front ...
Track Heat Comparisons
Click below to see a comparison table of the pair of bowling balls shown:
- Track Heat vs. Track Cyborg Pearl
- Track Heat vs. Track Heat X-Treme
- Track Heat vs. Track Hx05
- Track Heat vs. Track Kinetic Emerald
- Track Heat vs. Track Legion
- Track Heat vs. Track Logix
- Track Heat vs. Track Paradox Pearl
- Track Heat vs. Track Tour X Solid
- Track Heat vs. Track Tundra
- Track Heat vs. Track Ultra Heat
To compare the Track Heat to any other bowling ball(s), please use our Bowling Ball Comparison tool.
Additional Track Heat Resources
Click here to visit Track's website to read the manufacturer-supplied information on this ball. Also, see below for the manufacturer-produced promotional video for this ball.
Please remember that our reviews are solely based on our own test results and that you may sometimes find discrepancies between our comments / ratings and the manufacturer's claims. Links to these manufacturer resources are provided here strictly for convenience purposes.