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Rising SE

Coverstock
Outer shell of the ball
Gen 2 Reactive Pearl
Finish
Surface texture on the ball (sanded, polished, etc)
4000 Unpolished
Lane Condition
Length and/or amount of oil on the lane
Medium Heavy to Heavy Oil
Color
Color of the ball
Red
Weights
Available weights
12-16 LBS
Core
Weight block inside the ball
Mega Tron
Core Type
Basic shape type of the core (Symmetric, Asymmetrical, Pancake)
Asymmetrical
RG
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. - 2.49
15 LB. - 2.49
16 LB. - 2.48
Differential
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. - .055
15 LB. - .057
16 LB. - .055
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.
.035

Rising SE Honor Roll

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  • Chad Duprey3-300s/2-800s
  • Dave Mann279-289-246=814

Rising SE Product Notes

Description

With the Rising SE (Special Edition) we’ve engineered a ball (for lack of a better word) with the strongest core to date, a single density monster with a cranked up intermediate differential of 0.035, an all-new high. Then we wrapped it all in a GEN 2 coverstock with a performance pearl additive to increase length while storing energy. It’s the closest thing to a remote controlled ball for the slickest lane conditions.


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