Track Precision Solid Bowling Ball
Track Precision Solid Bowling Ball
- Color: Blue/Yellow/Black
- Coverstock: Prime Solid
- Weight Block: Precision SD
- Factory Finish: 500/2000 AbralonTM
- Flare Potential: High
- Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.50; 15lbs - 2.49; 14lbs - 2.51
- Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.047; 15lbs - 0.054; 14lbs - 0.054
- Intermediate Differential (Diff): 0.020
- Fragrance: N/A
Additional product information:
Every weight, same core. Precision Solid uses the same asymmetric core from 12 lb to 16 lb.
Track’s new Prime coverstock advances the technology started in the original Paradox with the QR series. This new technology creates a more consistent and uniform grip on the lane compared to its predecessor. This new Solid version allows the Precision to dig hard in the mid lane without expending all of its energy in one spot.
Precision Solid is designed to give incredible traction in the midlane and motion downlane in the heaviest of oils.
The Precision SD core was designed to create both single density and dual density versions. Offering the widest variety of RG, Differential, and Intermediate Differential combinatons ever assembled into one single design, Precision Solid takes versatility to a whole new level.
Sanded 2000 Abralon
I drilled mine pin down, with a small kick of the CG and Mass Bias. I am very amazed at how clean through the fronts this ball is. It's real controllable and has an unbelievable amount of motion down lane. In my opinion I'd say this is another great piece for upcoming tournaments. Especially the USBC Open Championships. A definite go to after the Columbia 300 Savage has used up all of its play on the lanes. If this is your first solid strong ball it would be a great choice!
Bowlersmart Rockford Cherry Manager
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The Track Precision Solid is a whole lotta ball!!! Mine is drilled with the pin down below the bridge, the CG is kicked about 1” right of the pin, and the MB is about 1” right and below the thumb. My expectation was that it would roll similar to the original Precision but be a bit earlier on the front part of the lane. What I got was something unexpected, but very good.
For me, the typical non-polished HP Track ball is just simply very strong on all parts of the lane. It gets through oil like a champ, reacts very strong in the mid-lane, and has a strong arcing motion that is continuous through the pins. I also find that the Precision pearl rolls the same way. However, the Precision Solid gives me a back-end motion that is much closer to the Columbia Savage or Hammer Rip’d Solid – it flips VERY strong! I tried it a couple times on my typical league shot, and it was simply too much ball for my tweener ball speed and rev rate. However, when I bowled a tournament with it on a fresh but low-scoring 42’ Mark Roth pattern, the stronger backend motion was able to get me entry angle that none of my other balls were able to accomplish that day.
For me, this is a “sport shot only” ball, which is just fine by me, because I have enough MP and UMP balls for that condition. I could see it working on THS for bowlers with low rev rates who need the ball to give them more power, and for high rev/high ball speed players who can control the reaction. But, for higher volume and longer sport patterns, this will definitely be one of the first balls out of my bag.
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