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Storm Byte Bowling Ball

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Storm Byte Bowling Ball - WWRD 10/1/13


Storm Byte Bowling Ball - WWRD 10/1/13

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Storm Byte

Storm Asymmetric Drill Sheet     Storm Vector Layout System (VLS)

  • Color: Silver/Blue/Purple
  • Coverstock: ERG Pearl Reactive
  • Weight Block: G2+ Core
  • Factory Finish: 1500 Grit Polished
  • Flare Potential: Medium
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.52
  • Differential (Diff): .043
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): 0.020
  • Fragrance: Mulberry
  • Description:

    Storm Bowling Products is the bowling innovation company, and we earned that reputation through consistent efforts and investments in R&D. Storm develops new shapes and designs to help you, the bowler, get the best possible advantage on the lanes. How do we do it? A lot of blood, sweat, and tears go into the development process of each and every Storm bowling ball. Until we’re happy with it, you won’t see it.

    But we’re sure you’ll be happy with what you see once you roll the new Byte down the lane. The proven pearl Evolution Reactive Genesis, or ERG™, coverstock combined with the newly-designed G2+™ Core yields a strong change of direction at the breakpoint, giving you more angle to the pocket and better pin carry. Now who doesn’t want a few more strikes a game? Why ERG? ERG coverstock utilizes similar technology to our NRG™ coverstock but without the Nano additive. ERG is closer to a pure reactive, has a wide footprint, and grips the dry boards like no other.

    What differentiates the G2+ Core shape from the original G2 featured in the Sync? The new G2+ Core has a higher RG and lower differential than the original G2. This modification creates a later transition and more emphasis on the backend, especially for crankers and tweeners. You’ll find that the Byte perfectly complements the Sync by providing a later break point and more entry angle.
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    1. Anonymous User on 1/6/2014, said:

    After using a Reign of Power and doing fairly well, I got my new Byte and it is so much more consistent. My average has gone up on the average by about 20-25 pins. I just got back into bowling about 8 months ago after having not bowled for about 25 years except for maybe twice a year. with all the huge changes in the lanes and balls it was quite the change. I used to be around a 195-200 bowler and had a high game of 279. I've had 2 289's in the last week. the Byte is a fantastic ball. I would recommend this ball to anyone wanting to improve their game.
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    2. Anonymous User on 9/5/2013, said:

    After getting to throw the Storm BYTE (Release date: October 1st) for a couple days now I can definitely say without a doubt that Storm has another huge hit on their hands with this one! I laid mine out 55x4.25x35 (PAP is 5.25x1) and my overall goal was to get the ball to utilize its strengths, clear the heads and let it respond quickly to friction. First day out with it I wanted to see how long the ball would be usable under standard league conditions, whether it would possible for your standard league bowler to go out and use this aggressive asymmetrical pearl for an entire set, well let's just say I was pleasantly surprised! I bowled 15 games on a fresh THS and in total I ended up moving about an arrow left at my target from the start of my set until the end. This piece did exactly what I expected it too, it acted like the heads didn't exist and once it got to the break point it made a very strong and angular move to the pocket. The thing I was the most excited about with the BYTE was the fact that it took very well to release changes. After about 8-10 games I decided I was going to move outside the Track area to see what I could make the ball do and it responded well. Taking my axis of rotation down to about 15 degrees I was able to play outside of 5 and have the ball just lay there at the pocket and it still hit quite hard. There are very few aggressive pearls that I have ever been able to say that about but this one held up quite well outside the oil line. If you are looking to find something that can give you a little more angle into the pocket I think you might be in luck on October first because the BYTE is definitely what you are looking for.
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