Track Heat Bowling Ball - Ultra Violet

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MSRP: $199.95
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Track Heat Bowling Ball

  • Color: Ultra Violet
  • Coverstock: DR-7 Solid
  • Weight Block: Modified Triple-Core
  • Factory Finish: 500, 1000, 2000 Siaair
  • Flare Potential: Low-Medium
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.510; 15lbs - 2.500; 14lbs - 2.510
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.033; 15lbs - 0.038; 14lbs - 0.038
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

Bring on the Heat! The Modified Tri-Core and Heat name are back and maybe better than ever. This is one of the strongest Heat balls to date with DR-7 Solid and a 2000 Siaair finish. This new Heat will provide plenty of hook for medium conditions and be a great addition to any bowler's tournament arsenal while also providing a lot of value to anyone looking for a great mid- price ball.

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Factory Finish:
Sanded 2000 Siaair
Core Type:
Solid Reactive
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12 Reviews

  • 5
    Staff Review

    Posted by Andy Cline on Apr 7th 2022

    The X-treme Heat was a lot of ball when it was released a few years ago. The Heat Ultraviolet brings another solid cover stock to the Heat line, but in a much more versatile fashion. This is a great middle-of-the-road ball that plays well on a lot of different conditions. It is earlier and more aggressive than the Kinetic Platinum. I feel this is the Track version of the Damn Good Verge just a bit cleaner and with less overall hook. The best comparison I can make with the Ultraviolet Heat would be the GB2.

  • 5
    The Heat Is On

    Posted by Kevin Nagasawa on Mar 21st 2022

    The Track Heat Series Is Back Again..The New Heat Is Best When Lanes Are Hitting Transition And Really Hooking..This Ball Definitely Will Get Length Down Lane And Saves All Of Its Energy For Back Part Of Lane And Really Drives Through The Pins. Best Used For Medium To Dry Lanes.. Also Good For Lower Volume Patterns Including House Shots Staying Closer To The Track Area Really Makes This Ball A Good House Or Tournament Ball.. Has Definitely Gotten Me Out Of Trouble When The Lanes Are Really Tricky! Versatile Bowling Ball Allows Me To Stay In The Middle Part Of The Lane And Still Stay In Play...Make Sure To Go To Your Local Pro Shop Today And Order One And Remember The Heat Is On!

  • 5
    Heat(Ultra Violet)

    Posted by Jason Taylor on Mar 13th 2022

    The Tri-Core is back baby!  The Heat has an updated Tri-Core and that is one of my favorite retro cores.  The old saying was, a core, in a core, in a core. Change one density in the Tri-Core, and get a completely different ball. OK, enough of my fan boy gibberish.  The Heat is Tracks benchmark solid, designed with medium oil patterns in mind. I drilled mine 45° x 5.5" x 45°, my go to layout, and let's just say the Tri-Core fan in me is in love. Predictable, smooth, powerful, and pretty. The reaction is everything I remembered, and the versatility is still there.

  • 5
    Ball review

    Posted by Steven on Mar 7th 2022

    The violet heat is a phenomenal ball for high friction conditions. I really struggle when the lanes start getting dry and the fronts start to hook. This ball has been a huge help for me when this happens. It’s very clean yet doesn’t have a huge snap off the pattern allowing me to start further right longer.

  • 5
    The Heat is on!

    Posted by Robert Mockenhaupt on Feb 23rd 2022

    For the price point, you cannot go wrong with the new Ultra Violet Heat. This ball handles medium oil quite well with plenty of movement in the backend. Add the popular dynamicore hitting power and you've got great value at this price-point. This is a ball that doesn't overreact but certainly is predictable; yet retains enough energy especially when you want to keep those angles in front of you. This ball is impressive nonetheless and a must in your bag. Be sure to checkout the trackbowling website for more information.

  • 5

    Posted by Petro on Jan 27th 2022

    The Heat uses DynamiCore. Pretty impressive! This ball can be used for heavier oils. The ball picks up the lane. This is a great benchmark ball for times when you need to keep the ball in front of you. Very predictable!

  • 5
    Love This Ball!

    Posted by Justin Sanders on Jan 18th 2022

    Right-handed Tweener 375rpms 15mph I have had my Track Heat for a month now, and I’m absolutely loving this ball. The Heat hits like a truck, and for me is a perfect benchmark ball. I have always been a huge Track fan, and this ball has a permanent place in my bag. I had Buddies drill mine with the pin about 1” under my ring finger with the CG in my palm. Buddies did fantastically on the layout and drilling. I am thinking I’ll get another Heat with a pin up layout. Now, I’m looking forward to getting the new Paragon!

  • 4
    Bring on the Heat!

    Posted by C.Miller on Jan 15th 2022

    Track has done it again with the Heat. This ultra violet beauty sure packs a punch. I found the Heat to be stronger , but versatile at the same time. On a freshly oiled house pattern, I was playing with my angles more closed and had no problem carrying. Stepped in a good six boards, got the hand around it, and the Heat had no problem turning the corner without losing energy. Keep your game on track, throw the Heat!

  • 5
    Sport Shot Sleeper

    Posted by TimC on Jan 11th 2022

    While the Heat series by Track has always ruled dry lanes with a iron fist, the first from release from Brunswick family maybe the sport shop weapon you have been missing. While the DR-7 won’t handle the heaviest of oils but it paired with Modified Tri-Core will work great on tough conditions of light to medium conditions.

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