Track Triton Elite Bowling Ball

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MSRP: $199.95
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Track Triton Elite Bowling Ball

  • Color: Purple Sparkle
  • Coverstock: QR-7 Solid
  • Weight Block: MC2 Technology
  • Factory Finish: 500 / 2000 Abralon 
  • Flare Potential: Medium-High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.51; 15lbs - 2.51; 14lbs - 2.53
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.040; 15lbs - 0.046; 14lbs - 0.045
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

That’s right Track fans. Remember that amazing, predictable benchmark motion the Triton Elite gave you? Well, it’s back, but with an updated coverstock and a slightly modified core.

QR-7 SOLID - The QR-7 series was originally featured on the Track Cyborg a few years ago. Now, for the first time in a solid version, we are wrapping the QR-7 solid around the MC2 Technology core at a 2000 grit Abralon finish to give you a big continuous hook on medium oil conditions.

MC2 TECHNOLOGY - MC2 stands for “Modified Core 2”. We took the shape of the original Core 2 Technology found in the Triton Elite nearly 20 years ago and our engineers then made modifications which raised the RG and lowered the differential slightly. This core modification, in combination with the new coverstock, mirrors the Triton Elite motion that everyone used to love.

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Medium
Factory Finish:
Sanded 2000 Abralon
Core Type:
Symmetrical
Coverstock:
Solid Reactive
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5 Reviews

  • 5
    The best benchmark Track ball is back after 20 years away

    Posted by Matthew Maloney on May 14th 2019

    The Track Triton Elite is the definition of a benchmark bowling ball that was an excellent ball 20 years ago, and now with a couple of minor modifications to meet today's lane conditions the ball is just as great today! With a slightly higher RG and lower Diff with the symmetrical core the ball is clean through the fronts and strong and angular at the breakpoint. What makes this ball special is how consistent this ball rolls and the diversity of drill patterns that you can use and this ball will perform accordingly. Don't miss out one this one!

  • 5
    Continuous Control

    Posted by Van on Mar 26th 2019

    Out of box, the surface is dull. To my amazement, it clear through the heads well without loosing energy on the back. I love the continuation through the pins! Ball is very predictable and controllable. Best ball investment I've made in a while!

  • 5
    Controllable, Continuous, POP!

    Posted by Brady Colip on Mar 11th 2019

    Controllable, Continuous, POP!

    This ball is one of those benchmark balls that every bowler should have in their bag.

    It is cleaner through the fronts with a decently quick response to friction. I typically don't like really quick responding balls, but this one is very controllable.

    One of my favorite things about this ball is it's ability to take changes to its surface. It comes very dull out of the box and wants to start up really well in the oil. After taking the surface to 500-1000-2000, it easily pushed through the early friction and still made a great shape on the back.

    I think this ball will be great for those middle games where you have to open up the pattern a little, but still need the ball to pick up and continue.

  • 5
    Track Triton Elite Is BAAAAAACCCCKKKK!!!

    Posted by Andrew Jensen on Mar 11th 2019

    The old Triton Elite is back, and it's better than ever! I have three of them drilled up currently and couldn't be happier. Two pin up and one pin down. The predictable motion this ball gives is ridiculously good. The pin down grabs more of the mid lane but still continues through the pocket. While the other two pin ups give a little more down lane motion. I have found this ball to be a great benchmark ball for my bag, regardless of layout. If you're in the market for a new benchmark ball, this one 's for you. I would highly recommend this ball!

    Andrew Jensen
    Bowlersmart Rockford Cherry Manager
    Track Regional Staff
    Vise Regional Staff
    Coolwick Staff
    12Bagger Staff

  • 5
    More Than a Benchmark Ball

    Posted by Dave Han on Mar 7th 2019

    The Track Triton Elite is a remarkable solid bowling ball. For a mid-performance solid, it has more backend motion and flip than any other ball I have thrown of its kind. I never had the pleasure of throwing the original Triton series – but I never threw the original Heat, Kinetic or Mako series, either…and the new versions have all been quite reliable and effective.

    Typically, for me, a solid on THS is either great for playing into the oil or plays well straight outside when there is enough oil. But, when I try to play from the inside to the outside, they either are too weak or too aggressive…thus a wet/dry reaction. However, the Triton Elite seems to have the combination of strong mid-lane reaction with the strong flip of a good pearl.

    This ball is advertised as a good benchmark ball. I think the backend makes it more than that – and I would stick with my Tactix for my benchmark. But when I need backend in a solid ball, this will be a go-to!

    Dave Han
    Track Regional Staff
    Vise Regional Staff

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