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900 Global Eternity Pi Bowling Ball

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  • 900 Global Eternity Pi Bowling Ball
  • 900 Global Eternity Pi Bowling Ball
  • 900 Global Eternity Pi Bowling Ball Core
MSRP: $279.95
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900 Global Eternity Pi Bowling Ball

  • Color: Burgundy/White/Black
  • Coverstock: Reserve Blend 901 Solid Reactive
  • Weight Block: Epoch Asymmetric 
  • Factory Finish: 2000-grit Abralon
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.47; 15lbs - 2.49; 14lbs - 2.51
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.052; 15lbs - 0.050; 14lbs - 0.044
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.014; 15lbs - 0.014; 14lbs - 0.011
  • Fragrance: N/A

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Lane Condition:
Factory Finish:
Sanded 2000 Abralon
Core Type:
Solid Reactive
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53 Reviews

  • 3
    Eternity pi

    Posted by Todd Hackett on Apr 5th 2024

    This ball is not as aggressive as I was hoping it would be. Very similar reaction to my Omega Crux.

  • 5
    Grab a slice!

    Posted by Tony Marino on Feb 19th 2024

    Eternity Pi Cover: 901 Solid Reactive Core: Epoch RG: 2.47 RG (16lbs) Diff: 0.052 Int Diff: 0.014 My layout: 4 x 4 x 2 The Pi is a big solid Asymmetrical ball that I see working best on medium-heavy to heavy conditions. The 901 solid cover is super strong and is a good combination strength and shape. The low rg asymm core combined with the big cover, makes the Pi a medium response high end ball for sure. I have found that the Pi is best when the on the fresh and on higher volume oil patterns. Once the lanes start to transition, the Pi will just flat out hook too much. Bowler stats: Left handed PAP: 5 x 1/4up Rev rate: 400

  • 5
    Eternity Pi

    Posted by Brandon Boyer on Feb 13th 2024

    The Eternity Pi is the newest iteration to the Eternity line. The Pi features the same core and coverstock as the original Eternity except the Pi is the solid version. Because the Pi has the solid cover it is a little earlier and smoother than the original Eternity. Although for a solid asymmetric I wouldn’t define it as slow and smooth. Compared to other ones the Pi is definitely a little cleaner and more continuous. For example the Gem series from Roto Grip is known for being very strong and pretty early and smooth. The thing I love most about the Pi is that it is one of the very few solid asyms that I can move way in with and it still gets through the pins like a symmetric. Which is very hard to find! So if you currently own a Gem and another stronger asym and need a choice off of it that goes a tad longer and more continuous through the pins then look no further than the Eternity Pi!

  • 5
    Eternity PI

    Posted by Mancstorm on Jan 31st 2024

    Definitely made for oil! An absolute great addition to the 900 Global line. You'll be surprised by the amount of motion this ball has down lane with a ton of continuation. Definitely more then the majority of balls in this category. It's ability to

  • 5
    900 Global Eternity Pi

    Posted by Michael LeViner on Jan 22nd 2024

    This ball grabs!! The Pi might have the most midlane traction of any ball I've ever had. You better have a good bit of oil up front for this beast; it is at home on fresh or long oil conditions, whether it be house or sport shots. This is the type of ball I want for the first game at USBC Nationals, for sure. It digs in the midlane but doesn't quit; the continuation is fantastic as long as the conditions are right. Once the lanes start drying up, it is time to put the Pi away and go to something like an Eternity or Summit. The closest comparison to the Eternity Pi would be the Gem, though I think the Gem rolls just a touch earlier.

  • 5
    Eternity PI bowling ball

    Posted by Mónica on Jan 17th 2024

    I am pretty happy with the reaction of this ball. I use it for.a modified house pattern which is 48’ of oil where there is not margin for mistakes and this ball goes to the package without hesitation even though I am in the process of adjusting and getting to know it, so far I am satisfied with it. I highly recommend it for heavy oil patterns.

  • 4
    PI fills the need

    Posted by Brian Eger on Jan 17th 2024

    900 Global Eternity PI PAP 5 7/8 over and 3/8 up Layout 5 x 4 x 3.5 Style – stroker Ball Speed – 14–15 mph at pins Condition – house pattern - older HPL surface Surface – took surface up to 4000 abralon I was looking for a bigger asymmetrical to help blend out some issues I’ve been having with wet/dry conditions. Used a variation of my normal benchmark layout moving the pin buffer to 3.5 inches which puts it inside my ring finger. With the surface adjustment, I had no issues getting the ball through the fronts with my slow ball speed and forward roll. Ball made a predictable move to the pocket with continuation. If I get on a heavier pattern, I see no issues with pulling out an abralon pad and taking the surface down. For me, I found it more useful than the Reality. I’d drilled a couple of those and never seemed to match up. That ball was slow for me and didn’t continue nearly as well as the PI. As with any bigger asymmetrical ball, know when to put it up. My progression has been from the PI to the Virtual Energy Blackout. Creating a very complimentary 1-2 punch as the PI starts to burn up. The ball seems to have a good window for a variety of players and styles. Another great release from the Global team.

  • 5

    Posted by Zack Newman on Jan 15th 2024

    The 900 Global Eternity Pi is the solid cover sequel to the previously released Eternity. The new reserve blend 901 cover is wrapped around the Epoch asymmetric core that comes in at a 2.49RG, an 0.050 differential and a PSA value of 0.014 ensures that this is more than enough ball for fresh oil and heavier volumes. I drilled mine 5x3x5 to have as much control as possible which proved to be the case. For me, it's a tumbly end over end motion that I am able to keep in front of me, and also chase in just about as far as I want as long as I can find enough head oil due to the flare lines being a little tighter so a little more energy is conserved. GREAT option for speed/rev matched players who like to start in something readable and continuous. Out of the box, it may not be enough for speed dominant players without a slight surface adjustment. It's a great complement to the Eternity, which I saw as very angular and responsive. Overall a very worthy counterpart to the original Eternity. Compared to the Reality, I actually see the Pi as a little less motion overall, a little cleaner and a little smoother down the lane. You could conceivably fit both into one arsenal if you are looking for very specific motions or bowling on a lot of patterns.

  • 5
    Strongest asym I've thrown

    Posted by Johnny Quach on Jan 10th 2024

    Strongest ball ive thrown Layout: 50x5x50 / 5x4.25x2.75 Two hander, 450 rpm, 15.5 mph This ball is the definition of big, strong, rolly, asym solid. When you hear of a ball that just rolls hard and rolls early, this is exactly that. For me, the only success ive had with it is when theres a significant amount of oil on sport patterns, it just hooks too much and too early for normal house shot conditions for my game. But i have seen it work amazing well for low rev or speed dominant players because it gives the ball a chance to slow down and hook and they can play their game much easier. So i think its the perfect option if youre a bowler like that or if you bowl on a slicker/heavier condition. Its definitely strong to be first ball out of the bag material and can be pretty versatile with different layouts or surface changes. Mine stays at 500 abralon grit for sport shots but ive tried it with some shine on a heavy house shot and found some success. Striking Results Pro Shop

  • 5
    900 Global Eternity Pi Ball Review

    Posted by Pete Dohan Jr on Jan 9th 2024

    Bowler Stats: Speed: 15.5 MPH Rev Rate: 275 RPM Tilt: 3-5 degrees Axis Rotation: 60 degrees PAP: 5 ⅜ over 1 ¼ up Layout: 5 X 5 X 23/4 VLS Video Review: With the release of the Eternity Pi I was sure how strong this ball would be compared to the Reality. So I chose a weaker layout to give the stronger asymmetrical core some length and if the 901 Reserve Blend cover was weaker than the S84 Response for me I could just add surface to make it read the oil sooner. This ball is an early rolling asymmetrical piece but the 901 Reserve Blend cover is cleaner and smoother for me so give the ball some length. The out of box finish gave me a lot of over under on the local house shots since the centers use lower volumes and the fronts tend to go during league. After making my video review I did adjust the surface to 1000 abralon by hand and this eliminated any over/ under reaction. The 1000 grit helped me blend the wet/dry and I was able to move left into more oil. This ball is slightly weaker and more responsive off the dry than the Reality for me. Pete Dohan Storm Bowling Amateur Staff #StormNation

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