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*Newest Release bowling ball release* the DiamondBack by Brunswick

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Uploaded on Oct 13, 2009

this is at the advanced performance price point
Coverstock
Activator® Solid
Color:
Black / Yellow
Hardness: 76-78
Glow Engraving
Factory Finish
2,000 Siaair Micro Pad
Core Dynamics @ 16#

RG Max: 2.539

RG Min: 2.496

RG Diff.: 0.043
Average RG: 3.5 of 10

Performance
Hook Potential: 160
Length: 100
Breakpoint Shape: 80
Available Weights
10-16 Pounds

Diamondback - NEW!



Activator® Solid Coverstock: The Diamondback is the first ball with Activator Solid coverstock available at the Advanced Performance price point. The original Activator coverstock used on the Diamondback is a proven formula that provides proven downlane recovery, longevity of ball reaction and unprecedented durability with superior resistance to cracking.
Low RG Rocket Core: The Diamondback uses the proven Brunswick multi-sided Rocket™ core system, providing a low RG core that when combined with the original Activator coverstock produces a ball reaction that is unmatched at the Advanced Performance price point. Clean through the front with an aggressive move at the breakpoint, the Diamondback gives amazing back for the buck. There isn't another ball in this class that's even close.




Reaction Characteristics
Ball Motion
With its 2,000 Siaair Micro Pad finish, the Diamondback will provide good length with a strong continuous backend reaction that matches up on medium to oily lane conditions for a wide range of bowling styles.


Reaction Setup
The Diamondback can be drilled using the standard drilling techniques developed for symmetric bowling balls.

ALL info from brunswickbowling.com

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