September 2017 Contents

Bowling Ball Reviews

AMF Ninja Pearl SE

The AMF Ninja Pearl SE uses the same symmetrical Shredder core as the Ninja SE. The differences between the two Ninja SEs come in the coverstock and box finish. The...

ebonite-affinity

The Affinity joins a trio of Game Breaker 2 releases in Ebonite’s Mid Performance line. This ball uses the brand new symmetrical Affinity core shape and pairs it with the...

ebonite-turbo-r

The Ebonite Turbo/R is available in three color combinations, all using the GB 10.7 coverstock and the new Turbo/R core. This symmetrical weight block is a high RG shape (2.59")...

motiv-trident-quest

The Trident Quest uses the same asymmetrical Turbulent core from the original Trident. The weight block, however, is where the similarities between the two Tridents end. The Trident Quest has...

Radical Cyclops Pearl

Following in the footsteps of the original Cyclops, the Cyclops Pearl is the second ball from Radical to use the Spindle Symmetric core. Whereas the original paired this higher RG...

Radical More Cash

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...

Roto Grip Hot Cell

The Roto Grip Hot Cell is a first in this era of bowling. This ball takes an old-school urethane coverstock and pairs it with a large, high-flaring asymmetrical core. The...

track-logix

The Logix is the newest addition to Track's Upper Mid Performance line and it brings back the LT-2 asymmetrical core shape from the Legion series. Its QR-7 Pearl cover is...