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Elite Echo Bowling Ball

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Elite Echo Bowling Ball - WWRD 7/12/13


Elite Echo Bowling Ball - WWRD 7/12/13

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Elite Echo


  • Color: Purple/Silver
  • Coverstock: E70M Reactive Coverstock
  • Weight Block: C64
  • Factory Finish: 4000 Abralon
  • Flare Potential: Medium-High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.545
  • Differential (Diff): .048
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): n/a
  • Fragrance: n/a
  • Description:

    In 12-16 pounds, the Elite Echo will be your ball of choice for medium oil or when the lane conditions begin to break down and Treason or Espionage are too much. The E70M Reactive coverstock is finished at 4000 Abralon to give you the control you need on these conditions. The cover is highly tunable and can sanded or polished to be fine tuned to the reaction you need.
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    1. Anonymous User on 8/13/2013, said:

    Stats: 450-500 RPMs 17-18 MPH I was extremely excited to drill the Echo. Medium strength symmetrical balls are always my favorites. Seeing as though that's exactly what this ball is, I could hardly wait to put holes in this thing. On the fresh 38' house shot that I first threw these balls on, I was extremely impressed. The pin down one was very smooth and predictable, while the pin up one went a bit longer and had a more defined movement on the back. Both had absolutely 0 trouble clearing the fronts. As has been the case with every Elite ball I've thrown, this thing hits like a tank. I lost count of how many times I snapped out tens and tripped fours. It reminds me a lot of the balls in the Road series by Storm. Those balls have been favorites of many people in the past, so if you want something similar the Echo is your ball. I think Elite has a real winner in the Echo. For a pearl ball to have such a smooth transition from midlane to backend, all while retaining a strong and clean reaction is something everyone wants to see in a ball. Don't be afraid to give Elite a chance. If you do, I can assure that you won't be disappointed with the Echo. Check out my video review as well! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FFllY0oPho
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