Journey 6 Ways

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All shots performed on a 42' house pattern.

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Coverstock: TX-16™ Pearl Reactive
Core: F-8™ Core
Finish: Reacta Gloss™
Color: Deep Indigo/Smoke/Turquoise
Fragrance: Kiwi Cantaloupe

✔️0:00 Steve
✔️0:34 Ken
✔️1:00 Rob
✔️1:31 Chayton
✔️2:04 Chad
✔️2:38 Kendle - 20 Years Online - Free Shipping Every Item Every Day

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20 Comments on “Journey 6 Ways”

  1. Cool video talk tech bowling bowling ball storm journey bowling ball with nano technology in the bowling ball more strike and spare hitting power at time

  2. I have been using Chayton’s 4x4x4 layout and absolutely love it. Could somebody answer on what going 4.5 instead of 4 would do to ball reaction.

    1. Makes it go a little longer. I knew the cover on this ball was strong so I drilled a slightly longer PIN to PAP to get a but more length out of the ball. Longer PIN to PAPs get the ball to go further down the lane before reving up.

  3. The six ways were all 400+ rev rates. Add diversity, include low rev, low speed bowlers or some comments for this bowler in every ball review.

  4. Low rev rate is below 300. BOTH were above 300. Or just say the Journey ball is not a good fit for low rev and low ball speed bowlers.

  5. How is 17.5 mph recorded but the ball takes 4+ seconds to reach the pins. When my speed is measured at 17.5 I’m pretty sure it takes my ball less than 3 seconds to reach the pins.

    These stats look all messed up.

    If you dont believe me look it up, 17.5 mph is about 25 feet per second and a lane is 60 feet long.

  6. The two handed said the ball was early.

    I want a pearl as something that will go long and hook hard once it hits dry, not something that will dig.

    1. When I say early, I mean early relative to a pearl ball. A solid sanded is going to hook even earlier than this. TX16 isa very strong cover and is great as the lanes begin to transition and sanded balls start getting off line. This ball will miss that friction but still hook earlier than some of Storms other pearl balls. If you want something to skid a ton and be sensitive to friction, a revenant like the other commenter said, a hyroad, phaze 5, or any other clean pearl is better. TX 16 Pearl is very strong and this ball is great for the conditions I stated above.

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