Why After Drilling Numbers Matter – #RadicalRundown

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We're back with another episode of the #RadicalRundown!

This week, Phil talks about after drilling numbers. (You know, those drill sheets we put in every box) Why these are so important and why Radical is the ONLY company to give you this information.

Questions? Comments? Let us know!

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11 Comments on “Why After Drilling Numbers Matter – #RadicalRundown”

  1. I am still waiting for after drilling numbers for 2 handers, I want to replace all my bowling balls.
    Still waiting.

  2. Good to know the effects on core dynamics from the mass removed by drillings. On a related topic, how did the rules come about on static weights? Are they really applicable to modern cores? Thanks!

  3. How much of a difference does hole size make? One would think that two balls, one drilled with finger grips and interchangeable thumb vs a ball drilled with no finger grips and a small shallow thumb would be substantially different.

    1. Yes the bigger interchange thumbs make the numbers higher. These numbers are for your reference so u can get your ball that u may want to replace as close as possible as your likely to use the same type systems like interchangeable thumbs and vise grips etc. they also simply let u know what drilling has what effect. For me the max flip doesn’t move! I have to have something starts up sooner as I’m high speed lower rev.

  4. The after drilling numbers are very appreciated and I make a lot of decisions based on these sheets.

  5. Yes. Yes x1000. Who do I need to write a letter to at Brunswick to convince ALL the Brunswick brands to publish these same sheets?

  6. Thank you for explaining that increasing Differential increases flare which in turn causes the ball to read the lane ‘very early’ and be ‘less’ down lane.
    For some reason some other channels are saying increasing Differential is how you get more back end reaction on a ball. I have never found this to be true in my own experiments.

  7. And I appreciate the radical reviews that show that symmetrical balls become asymmetrical after drilling with int diffs as high as 0.017 (I’m sure it gets higher)

    This is why I always use dual angle layouts on symmetrical stuff.

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