Track Sensor Bowling Ball

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  • Track Sensor Bowling Ball and Core
  • Track Sensor Bowling Ball
  • Track Sensor Bowling Ball Core
MSRP: $289.95
— You save $145.00


Track Sensor Bowling Ball

  • Color: Purple/Smoke/Gold
  • Coverstock: DR-6 Pearl
  • Weight Block: Regulator
  • Factory Finish: 500, 1000, 1500 Siaair / Crown Factory Compound
  • Flare Potential: Medium
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.503; 15lbs - 2.490; 14lbs - 2.506
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.029; 15lbs - 0.034; 14lbs - 0.034
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

Track Bowling is excited to announce the Sensor, which adds a new symmetric core design to an already versatile and high-performing line-up. The Regulator core features a new design, yielding a low RG and differential combination. The new Regulator core, paired with DR-6 Pearl, will create easy length and a strong backend reaction. The Sensor was strategically designed to handle medium to drier conditions and to fit just below the Kinetic Black Ice in the line. 

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Factory Finish:
Crown Factory Compound
Core Type:
Pearl Reactive
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5 Reviews

  • 5
    Awesome Burn Ball:

    Posted by Matthew on Nov 14th 2023

    This Sensor has been a great option when the lanes get pretty dry. Very clean and predictable throughout the fronts & mids with the right amount of pop downlane. I had mine drilled 5'' x 35 and knocked some of its gloss off with a 4k pad. There aren't many scenarios where I'd want a ball weaker than this so it'll fit perfectly as the lowest option in my bag's progression. Happy with my purchase!

  • 5
    Track Sensor

    Posted by Bob Newman on Feb 6th 2023

    I am pleasantly surprised with the performance I'm getting from my Track Sensor. It is a very good medium to dry lane ball that performs like a high-end ball down lane. Other low Dif. & low RG balls I've used tend to lose their hitting power as you move left, but the Sensor seems to keep its strong down lane motion and continues to hit the pins hard as you transition into the middle of the lane. I wasn't expecting this piece to be in my tournament arsenal but now I can't see not having there. Track did well with his one.

  • 5
    Track Sensor

    Posted by Brent Watson on Jan 31st 2023

    The new Track Sensor is a great ball for medium to dry lane conditions. This is the best dry lane ball from Track since the Tempo. The sensor is super clean on burnt up heads, but not flippy downlane. It is very continuous arcing motion and goes through the pins like a higher end ball. I went with a 80 x 4 7/8 x 45 layout, which gives me good length and hitting power on the back end. The Sensor has worked very well on league shots and sports shots. Very good addition to the Track Lineup

  • 5
    Track Sensor

    Posted by Michael Kennedy on Dec 29th 2022

    The Track Sensor appears to be a very good drier lane ball or one that would work with higher rev or lower speed players. Looking at the video on the Track website, I was thinking it would checkmark a bit more, but to my surprise, it was a nice smooth continuous reaction off the dry. I can definitely see using this ball on house shots with a drier wall or later in tournament blocks with the track gets burned up. It also looks really good going down the lanes as well.

  • 4
    Smooth and predictable

    Posted by Dave Han on Dec 2nd 2022

    The Track Sensor is a smooth, predictable pearl ball that will come in handy on lower volume patterns. My understanding of the intent of the Sensor is to be a step down from the Kinetic Black Ice, and a step up from the Tempo. The Sensor definitely does not have the skip/flip motion of the Black Ice, but is definitely a stronger, earlier rolling ball compared to the Tempo. In general, I would choose to use the Sensor in the same lane play window as the Tempo, but when I need something earlier and more rolly. If you have a THS that is dry outside, but your weaker equipment is skidding too much in the track area, the Track Sensor could be a good ball to have. I would also recommend on medium length sport patterns if you’re trying to stay right during/after transition. Dave Han Track Regional Staff Vise Regional Staff

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