knockout on a league pattern with Strike Seeker data | Full Review

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13 Comments on “knockout on a league pattern with Strike Seeker data | Full Review”

  1. Solid cover balls are just to early and burns up to quickly. I’m about 400 rev and 16 to 17 ball speed.

    1. You should try the Hammer Redemption solid. My stats are similar to yours. Rev is just a hair higher. It carries well and retains energy down lane.

    2. Excuse my ignorance, how do you tell when a solid is burning up too quickly? Or too strong for the house shot?

    3. @maximluva starts reading the friction early and hooks earlier. It is eating up the oil on the lane

    4. @maximluva watch the ball as it goes through the pins. If its leaving a lot of flat 10s and exiting the pindeck around where the 9 pin is, it might be too strong for the line you’re playing. Ideally, you want the ball to drive through the rack and exit the pindeck spliting the 8/9.

  2. JR can you please plug and layout the dynamic swing hybrid to match the pearl? It would be awesome to see them compared. Thank you.

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