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Outer shell of the ball
Reactive Solid
Surface texture on the ball (sanded, polished, etc)
2000 Polished
Lane Condition
Length and/or amount of oil on the lane
Medium to Heavy
Color of the ball
Weight block inside the ball
Core Type
Basic shape type of the core (Symmetric, Asymmetrical, Pancake)
Radius of Gyration: measurement related to weight distribution of the core. This affects how quickly a ball will get in to a roll. A ball with a higher RG will roll later. A ball with lower RG will roll sooner.
14 LB. - 2.46
15 LB. - 2.48
16 LB. - 2.49
Difference between the RG of the core's x-axis and y-axis. Indicates track flare potential and stability. A higher differential means more flare potential and less stabilty. A low differential ball will be more stable and have less flare potential.
14 LB. - .046
15 LB. - .040
16 LB. - .040
Intermediate Differential 
Difference between the RG of the core's x-axis and Z-axis on an asymmetrical core. Indicates the asymmetry of the core. A higher intermediate differential ball will be less stable and will transition more quickly from skid to roll than a ball with lower intermediate differential.

Kinetic Honor Roll

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  • Jeremy Mason232-279-266/777
  • Dan Akers300/732

Kinetic Product Notes


Kinetic relates to the motion of material bodies and the forces and energy associated with it. Kinetic features a newly-designed, low mass bias core called Shuttle and a new coverstock called UMP GEN 1. The best way to describe Kinetic’s motion is simply skid/flip. Using a low mass bias designed core shape, we have created a ball that is great for medium to heavy oil conditions and works well when you need to get the ball to flip on the backend. 

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