Radical Conspiracy Theory Bowling Ball

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  • Radical Conspiracy Theory Bowling Ball and Core
  • Radical Conspiracy Theory Bowling Ball
  • Radical Conspiracy Theory Bowling Ball Core
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Radical Conspiracy Theory Bowling Ball

  • Color: Violet/Turquoise
  • Coverstock: TP1 (Textured Pearl 1)
  • Weight Block: Asymmetric with DynamiCore
  • Factory Finish: 500, 1000, Crown Factory Compound
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.477 ; 15lbs - 2.490; 14lbs - 2.504
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.053 ; 15lbs - 0.054; 14lbs - 0.054
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): 0.023
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

The Conspiracy Theory is a second generation of the very successful Conspiracy core. We have modified the shape and densities to increase the overall performance of the original Conspiracy core. Radical Technologies success has come from having dynamic down lane ball motion; this is a result of the cover and core performance. The Conspiracy Theory not only features core improvements it also allows us to introduce a newly developed cover stock technology. The new TP1 cover is a textured pearl cover stock, a new technology for the industry. TP1 allows the Conspiracy Theory to pick up a heavy roll like a solid and have big backend recovery like a pearl. TP1 is truly a game-changer. As with all Top Shelf and Reliable price points, we have included the hard-hitting DynamiCore technology. DynamiCore increases the coefficient of restitution, pins disperse at a higher rate of speed, and faster pin speed yields a higher strike percentage on-off hits.

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The Conspiracy Theory not only features core improvements and DynamiCore, it also allows us to introduce a newly developed cover stock technology. The new TP-1 cover is a textured pearl cover stock and allows the Conspiracy Theory to pick up a heavy roll like a solid and have big backend recovery like a p

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Medium/Heavy
Factory Finish:
Polished 1000 Siaair
Core Type:
Asymmetrical
Coverstock:
Pearl Reactive
map:
true
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4 Reviews

  • 5
    Circle the lane!

    Posted by J Landers on Dec 12th 2019

    This ball HOOKS. It really needs oil. Picks up in the mids a little earlier than I thought it would, rolls heavy forward with a big backend move. It hits like a freight train. Would be ideal for a lower rev player who needs the engine this ball has to create some angle. Med to high rev players, on a house shot, will be starting left and moving left as the lane breaks down. Great piece in heavy oil!

  • 5
    Conspiracy Theory

    Posted by Robert Way on Nov 30th 2019

    Conspiracy

    Theory

    I’m a left handed bowler. My ball speed is around 15mph. My RevRate is around 275 rpms. I recently drilled up this ball. My layout is 45 x 4 1/4 x 35. The all purpose layout by Radical bowling Technologies suggested sheet. I would have to say with the factory finished it wasn’t strong enough for me on my house shot. I removed the compound and add 2000 grit. Now it fits great with my Arsenal. I think this a great ball to start my house shot league with. And I’m looking forward to trying it out on a medium sport pattern. I also think it would work great for the USBC National championship.

    Robert Way

  • 4
    Conspiracy Theory

    Posted by Michael Lambros on Nov 29th 2019

    This ball is certainly unique! The textured pearl allows the ball to start to develop early like a solid, but then snaps on the back-end like a pearl. I'm able to throw this with a lot of faith because with the early read from the ball I don't worry about throwing it through the break point like I do with other pearls.

    I drilled mine with the pin under my ring finger, and I love throwing this on fresh oil. It can get a little tricky as the lanes start to breakdown, however, that's due to my layout choice. I think if I had put the pin above my ring finger instead, it would blend out the transition on the lane better. All in all, I would still recommend this ball to anyone looking for something versatile.

  • 5
    Conspiracy theory

    Posted by Craig O'Connell on Nov 4th 2019

    Great ball

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