Track Kinetic Black Ice 15lbs
Kinetic Black Ice 15lbs €144,95 €189,95

Kinetic Black Ice 15lbs

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Turn up the energy in your bowling game with Track Kinetic Black Ice!

Featuring the Shuttle asymmetric core with DynamiCore technology, the Kinetic Black Ice will provide just enough movement to make the ball flip in the backend without sacrificing controllability.

Wrapped in the QR-7 pearl reactive coverstock and finished at 500,1000,1500 Siaair and polished with Crown Factory Compound, you can expect extreme skid (like ice!) with a strong backend hook. 
Here is what Track has to say about Kinetic Black Ice:
The Kinetic line continues as a reliable staple in the Track Bowling line-up. Kinetic Platinum was clean and strong and is still in many bags. With the new Kinetic Black Ice, we achieved even more change of direction by moving to our Quick Response cover from the Delayed Response found on the Kinetic Platinum. The Shuttle core remains the same and is a favorite for its low asymmetry, bridging the gap between symmetric and asymmetric cores.


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Power Scale: 213.9
Factory Finish: 500/1000/1500 Siaair/Crown Factory Compound
Finish: Polished
Coverstock: Pearl Reactive
Coverstock Name: QR-7 Pearl
Differential (15lbs): 0.040
Flare Potential:
Core Type: Asymmetric
Core Name: Shuttle
RG (15lbs): 2.480
Lane Condition: Medium
Mass Bias Diff (15lbs): 0.006
Breakpoint Shape: Length w/Strong Backend
Performance: Performance
Release Date: 29/04/2022
Ball Warranty: 2 Year
Torque (1-10): 7.6
Lengte (1-25): 16.5
Backend (1-20): 18
Total Hook (1-100): 52.5
Track Kinetic Black Ice 15lbs
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