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Radical Reax Gusto - Listed Specs Only

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Radical Reax Gusto Bowling Ball - WWRD 6/16/14


Radical Reax Gusto Bowling Ball - WWRD 6/16/14

Radical Reax Gusto


  • Color: Black Solid/Silver Pearl
  • Coverstock: Brand New Resin Formulation
  • Weight Block: Reax Version 2 low differential core
  • Factory Finish: 500 Siaair Micro Pad, Royal Compound, Royal Shine
  • Flare Potential: Medium
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.536
  • Differential (Diff): .038
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): 0.013
  • Fragrance: n/a
  • Description:

    Performance

    As the final piece in the REAX Top Shelf line of asymmetric balls, the REAX Gusto delivers the most violent backend reaction in the series. Designed to handle medium to lighter oil lane conditions, it has the most angular response of any Radical ball to date. We achieved this by modifying the coverstock with a new set of additives and manipulating the core densities to lower the differential and intermediate differential values. Of course, it also features the innovative finger scoop core technology that expands the drilling options to achieve the desired ball motion. The REAX Gusto provides a ball motion that will turn heads almost as fast as it changes direction at the breakpoint.
  • Product Rating: (4.83)   # of Ratings: 6   Rate It! Click Here to rate this product


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    1. Anonymous User on 1/19/2015, said:

    The Radical Reax Gusto is what I call "sneaky powerful". I am using a moderate layout and the ball reads the mid-lane very well and then has a very stong, continuous motion. This makes it very predictable and easy to put it in the pocket. While it certainly can blow racks, it's strength is how easy it is to throw high flush strikes. And, that's what I am usually trying to do. I really like how Radical finishes this ball. They use 500 grit and then top it off with a compound and shine finish. So, it can get down the lane a bit and then still get traction to make a great move to the pocket. This is one of the "middle balls" in my arsenal and generally goes to any tournament I enter. #wowthatsradical Dave Cushion Dewitt, Michigan
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    2. Anonymous User on 1/15/2015, said:

    This ball is by far my favorite house pattern ball of all time. Every league night it is the first ball out of my bag. It does not over hook off of the dry and it tractions in oil. Fantastic benchmark ball for medium conditions. #wowthatsradical Greg Piper
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    3. Anonymous User on 1/9/2015, said:

    This ball is by far the best house shot ball I've ever thrown. When you miss right to the dry, it doesn't over-hook, but is strong enough to hook in the oil when you miss left. The amount of room I get with it is unprecedented. And it still strikes from high, flush, and light pocket. It pretty much creates the perfect angle downlane for optimum carry. Adam Ferri Pennsylvania
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    4. Robert on 12/30/2014, said:

    Radical Read Gusto This ball has the Reax version 2 core. With a pearl cover. This core is an asymmetrical core. This ball works well on medium to dry conditions. With the core/cover combination it gets through the front part of the lane very clean. And turns the corner very hard. Another great ball from Radical Bowling Technologies
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    5. James on 11/14/2014, said:

    Best ball when dealing with severe wet/dry conditions The Gusto is a great ball when you need to get clean through the front part of the lane and the needed backend reaction of getting the ball back into the pocket. I drilled mine pin under with cg shifted and weight hole in the P4 region. I also adjusted the ball surface with 800 Siaar and Rough Buff. My house has high friction and typically you will need to move every 6-9 frames. The Gusto allowed me to move less and still have a great angle into the pocket.
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    6. Anonymous User on 10/15/2014, said:

    Another solid asymmetric ball from Radical. It likes medium lane conditions. Very versatile with layouts and surface adjustments. Gives me plenty of length and snap for the game to game transition.
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