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Ebonite Vortex V2 Bowling Ball - Listed Specs

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  • Ebonite Vortex V2 Bowling Ball and core
  • Ebonite Vortex V2 Bowling Ball
  • Ebonite Vortex V2 Bowling Ball core
MSRP: $239.95
Now: $99.95
Was: $169.95
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Description

Ebonite Vortex V2 Bowling Ball

  • Color: Black/Blue
  • Coverstock: TRIMAX19 REACTIVE
  • Weight Block: Modified V2
  • Factory Finish: 500/1000 Abralon
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.47; 15lbs - 2.46; 14lbs - 2.46
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.047; 15lbs - 0.051; 14lbs - 0.051
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): n/a
  • Fragrance: N/A

 

Additional product information:

The most sought after ball from Ebonite is back, but for a limited time. If you miss out on this 2019 batch, you will have to take your chances on getting one next season because we won’t be making anymore until then. Good luck with that!

Trimax19 Reactive Long before GSV-1 and GB 10.7, there was our Trimax Reactive Coverstock, used on the original Vortex and Matrix series. Trimax was the most aggressive coverstock for Ebonite during its time. Compared to today’s coverstock formulations, Trimax created less friction in the oil. Our new Trimax19 maintains aggression at the backend of the lane, but now features a stronger reaction in oil due to its updated formulation.

Modified V2 The Modified V2 Core features a lower RG and higher differential combination compared to the Enhanced V2 found in our Game Breaker series. These new core numbers are almost identical to those seen in the original Vortex V2. These density changes allow this V2 to rev up easier and offer more total hook than ever achieved in any Game Breaker released to date.

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Heavy
Factory Finish:
Sanded 1000 Abralon
Core Type:
Symmetrical
Coverstock:
Solid Reactive
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5 Reviews

  • 5
    Vortex is da bomb

    Posted by Dennis Powell on Mar 25th 2020

    The new Trimax19 solid reactive coverstock of my V2 is finished at 500/1000 Abralon, which provides lots of traction for a ball that revs up early. Even with the early traction, the Vortex V2 still has plenty of recovery downlane, which made it match up best on heavy oil patterns. I could easily open up the longer and slicker pattern on the fresh. The Vortex V2 had no trouble picking up in the midlane and provides lots of recovery, even when I felt I hadn’t thrown the ball well off my hand. I am further right with my feet than with any ball in the Ebonite line (LH).

  • 5
    Vortex is da bomb

    Posted by Dennis Powell on Mar 24th 2020

    The new Trimax19 solid reactive coverstock of my V2 is finished at 500/1000 Abralon, which provides lots of traction for a ball that revs up early. Even with the early traction, the Vortex V2 still has plenty of recovery downlane, which made it match up best on heavy oil patterns. I could easily open up the longer and slicker pattern on the fresh. The Vortex V2 had no trouble picking up in the midlane and provides lots of recovery, even when I felt I hadn’t thrown the ball well off my hand. I am further right with my feet than with any ball in the Ebonite line (LH).

  • 5
    EBONITE VORTEX V2

    Posted by Thomas Manglaras on Feb 15th 2020

    The Vortex V2 reacted as the original Vortex
    Thank You Ebonite.

  • 5
    Your New Favorite Ball!

    Posted by Michael Romero on Jan 10th 2020

    The Ebonite Vortex V2 is just what bowling needed as the last ball from EBI Headquarters! The special edition lives up to the hype with this ball! Compared to my GB3, this ball easily hooks 3-4 more boards and reads the midlane much better! The GB3 coming out was a must have! This ball is even better! A strong ball with controllable motion makes this a Tournament ball all day! Averaged 256 (257/254/258) with the V2 straight out of box on league night! Get yours today at your local pro shop!

  • 5
    Ebonite Vortex V2

    Posted by JMelancon on Jan 3rd 2020

    I was trying out some 14# balls and picked up the Vortex because the numbers for 15# and 14# were the same, which is quite unusual. I thought from some reviews that the Vortex might only be useable on fresher and longer/deeper oil conditions. But the Vortex was surprisingly quite effective on broken down house conditions - league and recreational. It is much stronger than I expected. It turns the corner smoothly and reliably with great drive through the deck - so many less than stellar releases still result in great carry.

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