Radical Sizzle Bowling Ball

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MSRP: $204.95
$129.95
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Description

Radical Sizzle Bowling Ball

  • Color: Neon Orange / Neon Green
  • Coverstock: Ai-38 Reactive
  • Weight Block: Symmetrical
  • Factory Finish:  500 Siaair Crown Factory Compound
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.527; 15lbs - 2.541; 14lbs - 2.557
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.050; 15lbs - 0.050; 14lbs - 0.050
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

The Sizzle brings a new symmetrical core to the Radical family, and combined with our new Ai-38 coverstock, the Sizzle yields a length with the strong down-lane motion that league bowlers demand. Of course, the colors are truly head turning as well, and since it is in our Reliable price point, the Sizzle is the perfect combination to heat up the sales.

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Medium
Factory Finish:
Crown Factory Compound
Core Type:
Symmetrical
Coverstock:
Solid Reactive
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5 Reviews

  • 4
    The Sizzle heats up the THS!

    Posted by Bobby McKenzie on Dec 14th 2018

    Besides the color appeal, I had a good feeling the Radical Sizzle would be a good THS ball for me. This time I was seeking a ball that would give me a smoother motion than the Beyond Ridiculous but a little stronger in the mids than the Intel. The Sizzle does just that with a pin-down layout. The 41' THS I bowled on was the medium-light side of the oil pattern and I was looking to play the lane a from the 30-to-10 board angle with recovery (i.e. standing 30; targeting 10 at 39' ... yes ... I'm a RH power tweener). As with most Radical balls, getting cleanly through the heads with OTB cover was no exception for the Sizzle. I most likely won't modify the cover, but keep it maintained instead. Result: 772 series with a 279 start. Not bad. Only concern was when it began leaving 10s (or 7s lefties) which started during the 3rd game. The surface may need a little cleaning midway thru the set or make ball/release adjustments immediately when it begins. That's when you have a pin-up Sizzle available to continue fo' Shizzle!

  • 5
    Radical Sizzle

    Posted by Robert Way on Nov 30th 2018

    Radical Sizzle

    I’m left handed. My ball speed is around 14.5 mph. Rev Rate around 275 rpms.
    I recently drilled up a Radical Sizzle. The layout of choice is the all purpose layout.
    The is a great choice of ball for your house shot league. It pretty clean though the fronts with and has a controllable backend. The volume of oil would be medium to light oil. Another great addition to the Radical line.

    Robert Way

  • 4
    Things are HEATING UP with Radical!

    Posted by Rob Johnson on Nov 12th 2018

    I drilled my our Radical Sizzle 90 x 3 3/4” x 35, our normal “benchmark” layout. This ball was everything I wanted it to be. Its a clean benchmark type ball with more skid / flip tendencies. I could see this as a replacement for the Cyclops, especially if you give it a tiny amount of surface. If you knock the cover down with a used 4000 pad (lightly) it will spring to life, offering a few more boards hook, but still the awesome distance and recovery.

  • 5
    Early Symmetric

    Posted by Bryan Bannach on Nov 8th 2018

    The Sizzle is a surprise ball for me. Usually balls in this “level” don’t match up with me because they are either too skid/flip, or not strong enough. But the Sizzle is different. The core reminds me a lot of the Ludicrous that I LOVED, and the Sizzle matches up to it very well. It is smoother off the friction allowing me to control the pocket a little better, while still having the strength of the asymmetric Ludicrous. My favorite part about the Sizzle is how early it reads the lane. When other balls are too clean, I can get the Sizzle to pick up and roll. I would recommend the Sizzle to anyone who wants a symmetric ball, that doesn’t lack strength and continuation.

  • 5
    Sizzle!!

    Posted by James Bryant on Nov 8th 2018

    Overall, the Sizzle has more mid and down lane (continuation) motion as you can see in my YouTube video. In my opinion, once the Sizzle starts picking up in the mid lane too much; I can move to the Beyond Ridiculous Pearl with little to no movement with my feet and be back on track!

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