1. Good stuff Mr. Beans! That 900 Global Eternity the colors to me are sa-weet! The logo to me sucks but I could learn to live with it just on the pour.

    1. Thats the core I couldn’t think of at the moment. I knew I had seen that design more than the WildStreak

  2. The color scheme of the Eternity is giving me some Hyper Cell Fused vibes, that was one of my favorite balls from Roto Grip. S84 Response Pearl was also featured on the Volatility Torque which I bought from Bowler’s Mart last year.

  3. eternity looks like a bit brighter hyper cell fused. i still have the altered reality , gonna use it tonight. it’s a beast .. probably my best ball.

  4. There was also another ball with that type of technology in the Core. I can’t remember off hand. Wait, it came to me,
    The Axiom core, also low Rg and similar shape with round inner core.

  5. Eternity smells like the end of the Dark Code similar numbers and surface strength, color (strength) and The Code being the new release in that line..

  6. Since we’re comparing balls covers and cars etc. I had a question,a generalized question.
    Does it matter the shape of the core or is it just the numbers?
    For example, if two different cores had the same RG differential and PSA would they react exactly the same or different because the core shape is different even though the RG and diff etc match!?

    What does it mean when you say a ball locks up? Is that what you mean by when it hook stops and rolls out?

    Anyway, I think that’s supposed to make the eight shape with the letters being the back line. You know the eternity symbol. Not a very good representation of it though and it does look kind of not good to me as well

    1. Two balls with the same numbers and the same cover can definetly react different.

      A few rules of thumb:

      1. Lower the means that the ball will spin up faster. Therefore it will rotate more often when the same initial Impuls is applied to the ball.

      2. Higher Differential increases flare. Therefore the higher the Differential the more fresh cover is exposed to the lane on each rotation. This will cause the ball to create more traction and less carrydown.

      3. The higher the intermediate Differential the quicker the ball wants to turn once it got some traction. However higher intermediate Differential also means that the ball tends to roll out. A ball is considered rolling out, when it stops making it’s turn left and instead is rolling end over End of the pindeck. This can cause more deflection through the pins.

      4. The shape of the core will determine the shape of the ballmotion. The numbers are able to give you a rough idea of how the ballmotion will look nothing more.

    2. @Daniel Friesch Thanks for the in-depth reply!
      I see companies making the cores all different kinds of shapes while having similar numbers and I just wondered does it really do the same thing?
      Yeah, the intermediate differential is a wild card for sure.
      Some are still continuous but most or quite a few roll out and sometimes it’s before the pocket unfortunately, especially if you don’t have enough revs.
      I have a serious thumb issue and I can’t get the referee I want out of the ball the majority of the time.
      I started experimenting with two-handed and the same ball rolls completely different. I think even my tilt is different.

  7. And it was also on the volatility torque. It’s the same cover and numbers as my volatility torque and I LOVE that ball but a lot of people forget about that ball and it is amazingly sharp off the back of the pattern

  8. Is the RG TNT the same ball type as the RG Haywire? Like same hook and length. Cause if it is, I may want to upgrade it.

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