Bowling Ball Reviews: Track Mako

The Track Mako gave us a shorter skid through the head area of the lane with a longer and smoother transition in the mid-lane and an angular shape bowling ball motion, it had even transitions in all three zone. Worked well on heavier oil patterns, with very good continuation with a strong hit. We felt the Track Mako would be best used as a first game ball on medium heavy and long patterns. We put this in the controlled motion type bowling ball. A good ball for playing a medium line on fresh medium heavy patterns and direct line on heavier lane conditions and a good complement for the original Paradox. You will need some oil for this ball to work at peak performance of this bowling ball. Conclusion: The Track Mako was able to hit the pocket on the fresh even when some shots got right of where we wanted. This ball is great if you need some hook and continuation through the pins!

Description: The new Mako core follows in the footsteps of the Paradox by offering Track’s 2nd dual density core design. The dual densities allow the designers to create a more exact ball reaction. Low RG and High Differential for max response in oil.

The QR-10 Solid is the strongest coverstock in the Track lineup, offering amazing traction in oil. With this cover/core combination, you will see a ball that reads the lane through the oil which creates proper angle and strong, smooth continuation through the pins.

The Track Mako Features: Brand: Track – Perfect Scale: 232.9 – RG: 2.48 – Finish: Matte – Ball Color: Blue/Purple/Black – Lane Condition: Heavy – Bowling Ball Coverstock: Solid Reactive – Ball Quality: First Quality – Ball Warranty: 1 Year – Factory Finish: 500/2000 Abralon – Breakpoint Shape: Strong Overall Hook Coverstock Name: QR-10 Solid – Core Name: Mako – Differential: 0.053 – Flare Potential: High Mass Bias – Diff: 0.014 – Core Type: Asymmetric – Performance: Pro Performance[10] – Release Date: 01/24/2017

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Bowling Ball Reviews: Track Kinetic Emerald

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The Track Kinetic Emerald gave us a long skid through the front part of the lane with a very short transition and a sharper change in direction in the mid-lane, the Kinetic Emerald has an angular style ball motion and does seem to rev up in the back-end, we found the Kinetic Emerald has a sharper type ball motion and very good continuation with a strong hit. We felt the Kinetic Emerald would be best used as a second or third game ball after the pattern opens up on medium to heavier lane patterns. We put this in the angular motion type bowling ball motion. A good ball for playing an inside line on fresh medium patterns and to broken down heavier lane conditions. You will need some dry boards on the back-end for this ball to work at peak performance of this bowling ball. Conclusion: The Track Kinetic Emerald glides thru the front end and responds very well down lane. It gives you a sharper entry angle to the pocket with control. Due to the modified Kinetic asymmetric core. As the Track Mako starts to eat up the oil. The Track Kinetic takes over and delivers a great 1-2 punch a good ball for house and tournament conditions.

Description: Track is bringing back the popular Kinetic series in the Track Kinetic Emerald. This ball features the modified Kinetic core which has a low RG, medium differential, and low mass bias. These components allow this ball to save its energy longer but use it quicker. Track has combined this core with the DR-6 Hybrid coverstock which produces a strong down lane motion. Due to the angular characteristics of this ball it is a good match for medium oil or broken down lanes. This mid performance ball with a mid performance price and an asymmetric core is hard to beat

Features: RG: 0.49 – Finish: Polished – Ball Color: Emerald/Black – Lane Condition: Medium – Coverstock: Hybrid Reactive – Ball Quality: First Quality – Ball Warranty: 1 Year – Factory Finish: 500/1000 Abralon w/ Factory Finish Polish – Breakpoint Shape: Angular – Coverstock Name: DR-6 Hybrid – Core Name: Modified Kinetic Differential – 0.038: Flare Potential – Medium: Mass Bias Diff 0.005 – Core Type: Asymmetric – Performance: Performance[4] – Release Date: 02/14/2017

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