Nuclear Forge | Better with or without surface? you be the judge

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11 Comments on “Nuclear Forge | Better with or without surface? you be the judge”

  1. My impression is that the surface resulted in more consistent and smoother outside reaction, but reduced inside miss area. The shiny ball was the opposite: misses in held nicely, but misses outside were a bit squirrely. I recently did the same experiment with the Ethos, with similar results.

  2. Awesome comparison video JR! I watched your surface change video on the Hammer Envy Tour Pearl and I took it down to 2000 and it made this ball so good took the over/under away and was still continuous. Thank you for that. CTD pads 2 thumbs up!!!

  3. Great video! I like how you put surface on a pearlized bowling ball to show how you can change the reaction. I think many bowlers get caught thinking they can’t put surface on a shiny bowling ball. You just showed that you can and wow, what a different ball!

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