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Storm Night Road Bowling Ball

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  • Storm Night Road Bowling Ball and Core
  • Storm Night Road Bowling Ball
  • Storm Night Road Bowling Ball Core
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Description

Storm Night Road Bowling Ball

  • Color: Midnight Black
  • Coverstock: R2X Pearl Reactive
  • Weight Block: Inverted Fe² Technology
  • Factory Finish: 4K-Fast Factory Finish
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.52; 15lbs - 2.57; 14lbs - 2.58
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.058; 15lbs - 0.046; 14lbs - 0.037
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: Fruit Trifle

Additional product information:

The Storm Bolt doesn’t just identify a Storm bowling ball. It represents over three decades of tradition, a commitment to quality, and a promise to always roll better than ever before. The covers are robust. The cores are exact. Because when the scores add up, the thrill of sending all ten back tells you that it’s worth it.

Every Hy-Road™ is the result of master engineering and precise workmanship, all hand-built from start to finish. They are the foundation of the entire Storm bowling experience.This jewel of an engine generates more torque down lane than any ball in production. A technical tour de force, the Inverted Fe2 weight block has historically had a higher RG orientation. The higher the RG, the more resistant the ball will be to changing direction as it travels down the lane. This promotes a cleaner shape through the front part of the lane with a later transition down lane. This compact powerplant of a weight block utilizes more coverstock material. The result? More efficient power transfer to the pins at the point of impact.

 

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Medium
Factory Finish:
4K-Fast Factory Finish
Core Type:
Symmetrical
Coverstock:
Pearl Reactive
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9 Reviews

  • 5
    Night Road

    The legendary Hy Road line continues with the Night Road. It has the iconic Inverted Fe2 which has an RG of 2.57 and Diff of 0.046 and is wrapped about the REX pearl cover that was also found on the Dark Code and finished with Fast 4K. I drilled mine 5.5 x 5 x 3 and my first impressing of this ball was that it was super clean down lane but didn’t overreact off the spot. I actually fooled around with the surface of this ball and finally settled on 3000 which gave me a little bit more reaction of the pattern and more of a stronger Hy Road reaction than a Hy Road Pearl reaction that I was expecting. I can see this ball being great later in the day on medium/longer patterns or someone who wants to really have a strong backend reaction in league.

  • 5
    Night Road – WWRD 9/23/2022

    Storm’s new Night Road is a Symmetrical Pearl piece that is good for Medium lane conditions. PAP is 5 5/16 R 1 3/16 Up. Fragrance is Fruit Trifle. Drilled one with the Pin above the Bridge and the CG kicked out 2”. Out of Box motion has good length with strong backend motion through the pins. Drilled another one with the pin in the Ring Finger and CG under the Ring Finger. This layout was about 2-3 right with a smoother backend compared to the one I drilled above the Ring. Pin Up Night Road was overall 3-5 stronger than the Original Hy-Road and 5-7 more than the Hy-Road Pearl.

  • 5
    NIGHT ROAD!

    The Storm Night Road is the newest installment of the Thunder Line. This ball provides that big shape that I've seen out of HyRoad series in the past. The Night Road (4.25x4x4 2ls) is super clean throughout fronts and starts to pick up when it sees friction. I did a reset on the overstock before this review and it is a 3000 grit, and saw the shape I was hoping to see. Compared to the 900 Global Dark Moss (4.5x4x4), I see a little bit more of a rounder shape from the Night Road and the DM picks up about 1-2 feet sooner. The Night Road has a higher RG which explains this. I also compared it to the IQ Tour Ruby (5.25x4x3) as well because pearl IQs have been a staple in many peoples bags for the past few years. The Ruby is much cleaner compared to the Night Road and is a solid 5-6 boards weaker overall. I also compared it to the 900 Global Zen. The Zen (4.5x4x4) is a solid zone sooner on the lane and is more forward off the bag. Once the Zen starts to hook too early or starts rolling out, the Night Road could be a good step down depending on the amount of volume you are bowling on. The Night Road is going to be a great bag in the arsenal when the fronts start to get burnt up and Lower RG symmetric pearls start to hook too early. Bowl up a Storm!

  • 5
    Storm Night Road

    Night Road - Thunder Line Coverstock: Rex Pearl - 4K Fast Core: Inverted Fe² RG: 2.57 Differential: .046 (15 lbs) Layout: 80 x 5 x 45 PAP: 6" Right, 1 3/8" Up Axis Tilt: 16° Rev Rate: 450-500 Speed: 17-18 mph Location: AMF Pin-O-Rama, Utica, NY Pattern: Kegel Main Street V2 The Night Road is the newest addition to the Thunder Line. It’s wrapped in ReX pearl, which is the same cover as the Dark Code and Infinite Physix and uses the proven Inverted Fe² core. The original Hy-Road is one of my all time favorites, so I was extremely excited to drill the Night Road. The Night Road reads earlier and hooks 3-4 boards more than the Hy-Road while having a smoother reaction off the end of the pattern. The Night Road looked better as the lanes transitioned, so it won’t be the first ball out of my bag, but will have a spot for later in league or tournament play. For bowlers looking for a stronger and more controlled reaction compared to the Hy-Road or Hy-Road Pearl, the Night Road will be a great fit. If you want it to go a little longer with more backend, shine is your solution. Stop by your local Storm VIP pro shop to check it out! Dave Jecko Storm Amateur Staff Member

  • 5
    NIGHT ROAD

    The all new night road is the newest addition to the storm thunder line. If you're looking for an updated hyroad pearl with more punch on the back then this is the ball for you. I drilled mine 55x4 3/4x35 and i can't get this monster to stop hooking down lane. This ball is a no brainer if you're a fan of the road series this is a must have for your bag. Get to your local pro shop and pick up this beauty!

  • 5
    NightRoad

    This is the ball that I have been waiting for since the announcement came. I LOVE the Dark Code. So naturally I was excited with any ball that came out with this cover (Infinite Physix, too). I immediately was thinking about the different tournaments I would throw this at and where it slotted into the arsenal. I drilled this one pin down, same as my byroad pearl. Im getting older and the slow hook or more options on the burn are what Im constantly looking at. With this cover being a bit stronger it also makes it a bit earlier, especially right out of the box. I expect to add some shine to this ball at some point. Over all, for me, its the best byroad since the pearl. I’m a fan already! My pin down layout is: 50x4.5x65 or 4.5x4.5x3.75 Other balls getting a lot of play: Dark Code-4x6x2 UFO Alert-4.5x5x3.75. RST-X3-4x5x2 Wolverine Dark Moss-4.25x5.25x2

  • 5
    Night Road Review

    The Storm Night Road is the newest ball in the thunder line. This ball has the same coverstock as the Dark Code and Infinite Physix. The Night Road is earlier and smoother than the Hyroad and Hyroad Pearl. This is going to be a ball that you can go to if you are looking to control a pattern and the other Hyroad’s are too quick off friction. I’ve thrown the ball on a couple of different conditions and have found that depending on how much friction there is the ball can sometimes burn up too quickly and puke. This ball is going to be good on more medium volume patterns along with a fresher condition. This ball fits into the Hyroad line well and gives a new shape to it. Get yours at your local storm VIP pro shop. Alex Thomes #StormNation #StrikingWorldwide #SquadRG #Driven2Bowl

  • 5
    NightRoad

    This is the ball that I have been waiting for since the announcement came. I LOVE the Dark Code. So naturally I was excited with any ball that came out with this cover (Infinite Physix, too). I immediately was thinking about the different tournaments I would throw this at and where it slotted into the arsenal. I drilled this one pin down, same as my byroad pearl. Im getting older and the slow hook or more options on the burn are what Im constantly looking at. With this cover being a bit stronger it also makes it a bit earlier, especially right out of the box. I expect to add some shine to this ball at some point. Over all, for me, its the best byroad since the pearl. I’m a fan already! My pin down layout is: 50x4.5x65 or 4.5x4.5x3.75 Other balls getting a lot of play: Dark Code-4x6x2 UFO Alert-4.5x5x3.75. RST-X3-4x5x2 Wolverine Dark Moss-4.25x5.25x2

  • 5
    Storm Night Road by Casey Murphy

    Orientation: Right Handed Rev Rate: 400 RPM Speed: 16-17 MPH PAP: 4 ½ over and ½ up Location: Enterprise Park Lanes, Springfield MO Pattern: High Volume THS VLS Layout: Layout 1: 5 x 4 x 2 ½ (pin above bridge) Layout 2: 4 ½ x 4 x 4 1/8 (pin below bridge) Night Road is an updated Pearl HyRoad with the Rex pearl cover. If you want a HyRoad that hooks much earlier than the OG HyRoad or the HyRoad Pearl, this is the ball for that. The Night Road catches so much more midlane than the OG Hyroad I actually have to play it more right than the HyRoad because it doesn’t jerk off the friction. IT IS SMOOOOTHH. It also gives me All Road vibes so if you liked that ball, this is a no brainer.

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