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Storm Infinite PhysiX Bowling Ball

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  • Storm Infinite Physix Bowling Ball and core
  • Storm Infinite Physix Bowling Ball
  • Storm Infinite Physix Bowling Ball Core

Expected release date is 07/08/2022!

MSRP: $289.95
$194.95
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Description

Storm Infinite PhysiX Bowling Ball

  • Color: Sapphire/Deep Purple/Onyx
  • Coverstock: ReX Pearl Reactive
  • Weight Block: Atomic Core
  • Factory Finish: Sanded 4000 Grit Abralon
  • Flare Potential: 6" Plus
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.48; 15lbs - 2.48; 14lbs - 2.53
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.054; 15lbs - 0.053; 14lbs - 0.052
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.017; 15lbs - 0.017; 14lbs - 0.015
  • Fragrance: Mystery Scent

Additional product information:

The sculpted Oval Bolt in the center of the Atomic Core only heightens its performance character. This extremely center-heavy shape drives the RG low (2.48 in 15lb) and gets the ball moving in a dangerous way. The bowler doesn’t have to use as much energy at release because the Atomic Core is less resistant to changing direction versus a design that has a high RG. Add in a generous amount of differential, and the Infinite PhysiX further sets itself apart from other asymmetric concepts. Don’t thank us, thank science.

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Medium/Heavy
Factory Finish:
Sanded 4000 Grit
Core Type:
Asymmetrical
Coverstock:
Pearl Reactive
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7 Reviews

  • 5
    Storm Infinite Physix review by Trevor Roberts

    The Infinite Physix might have a mystery smell, but this ball motion is no mystery. Every ball in the Physix line is amazing, so I knew this 4th addition to that great line would be no different. This ball is not as strong as the original Physix or Proton, which is good since everything I bowl on seems to hook a bunch. After adjusting the surface on this ball a little bit, I think it is best with more surface than the 4k Fast it comes at. For some that might be 1000 grit, but for me it’s 2000. I compared the Infinite Physix to the Nova, and the Nova was quite a bit earlier and stronger. I think it is much closer to an IQ Tour, which is more of a traditional benchmark ball. That means this ball is versatile and can be used on many different pattern lengths. Trevor Roberts 2016 PBA Southern Regional Rookie Of The Year Storm Products / Turbo 2n1 Grips / Bowlifi Staff Member Right Handed Rev Rate: 400 Speed: 16 PAP: 5 1/2 up 13/16

  • 5
    Infinite Physix

    Infinite Physix - Ball Specs Cover Stock: REX Pearl Reactive Finish: 4000 Grit Core: Atomic Core Layout: 50 x 5 x 40 RG: 2.48 Differential: 0.053 Intermediate Diff: .017 Review The Infinite Physix is newest addition to Storm’s premier line. This Infinite Physix has the iconic atomic core with the REX pearl reactive cover stock. This cleaner cover will save energy at the point of release allowing the atomic core to stay fully charged with a powerful reaction on the backend of the lane pattern. I tested this ball on a 42 feet typical house pattern. As mid to low rev player l was able to stand left of center without losing any carrying power. This ball will be in my bag for league and tournaments. Order one from your local pro shop today! My ball review videos are posted on YouTube channel Stanley Waite. Stanley Waite 900 Global Staff Member Dover, DE

  • 5
    Infinite Physix WWRD 7/8/22

    The Storm Infinite Physix is a good piece for Heavy Oil patterns. This is more angular than the Proton Physix. When the Proton Physix starts to stop hooking this is a good piece to go to get around the corner with continuous backend motion. All around good piece to have in the bag to start with or when the lanes get over under with Solid pieces.

  • 5
    Infinite Physix Ball Review

    The Infinite Physix is the newest addition to the premier line of balls. This ball has the ReX pearl reactive coverstock and the Atomic core. I found this ball for me was foward off the pattern similar to the Astro Physix from a couple of years ago. This ball for me would be great when it is a higher volume but not enough for something like a Proton Physix. Comparing it to the Dark Code I found that the infinite is stronger off the end of the pattern and complements each other. This will be a great ball on a fresh house shot and many other patterns. Alex Thomes #StormNation #SquadRG #StrikingWorldwide #Driven2Bowl

  • 5
    Storm Infinite Physix Ball Review

    The Infinite Physix is the newest addition to the premier line of balls. This ball has the ReX pearl reactive coverstock and the Atomic core. I found this ball for me was foward off the pattern similar to the Astro Physix from a couple of years ago. This ball for me would be great when it is a higher volume but not enough for something like a Proton Physix. Comparing it to the Dark Code I found that the infinite is stronger off the end of the pattern and complements each other. This will be a great ball on a fresh house shot and many other patterns. Alex Thomes #StormNation #SquadRG #StrikingWorldwide #Driven2Bowl

  • 5
    Storm Infinite Physix Review

    The Storm Infinite Physix features the REX pearl reactive cover, the Atomic core, and comes at 4000-grit out of box. The Infinite is a round and strong ball down lane. You are going to need a bit of oil for this ball. Compared to the Dark Code I have Infinite about 3-5 boards stronger and it is more continuous for me. Compared to the Proton/Reality/Gem it is going to be a ball down from them. If you need something to get down the lane when the Proton/Reality/Gem are getting to be too much ball, then the Infinite would be a good step down. If you like the Dark Code and it just seems to be going a bit long and you need something a bit stronger, then the Infinite will be the choice of ball. Another winner from the Physix line! Tobias Myers #StormNation

  • 5
    Infinite PhysiX Review by Luke Rosdahl

    The Infinite PhysiX features the ReX Pearl coverstock that debuted on the Dark Code, and which comes at 4000 grit over the strong and dynamic asymmetric Atomic core, which comes in at a 2.48 RG, .053 differential, and an .017 intermediate differential in 15 pounds. For me, the Infinite features a bit of a different shape from the previous balls in the Physix line. The other PhysiX balls seem to be more angular and slightly forward off the end of the pattern, and while the Infinite is stronger on the backend than the Proton at least, it’s a very round and continuous shape. The Infinite is very similar in strength to the Dark Code, but is longer and sharper, so despite looking nearly identical on paper, there are appreciable and noticeable differences. The Infinite is a nice ball down from the strong solid asyms in the line like the Gem, Proton PhysiX, and Reality, but a ball up from balls like the Nova, RST X-2, and Rubicon UC2. It will fit best on medium heavy to heavy conditions, and while I think its overall reaction makes it best for the first ball out of the bag at league, it will also be useful on medium heavy lengths and volumes of sport patterns once transition sets in and you have to open the lanes up.

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