Nanotechnology: Why is something so small so big? Our NRG material deals with the smallest of the small. In fact, it is the manipulation of matter at the molecular level. In bowling ball tech, you can’t see what’s there, but you can certainly feel it every shot you make. As with any ball with "ROAD" in it, you better make sure you put holes in it as soon as possible!
SMARTLY DESIGNED INVERTED FE² TECHNOLOGYInverted Fe2 technology boasts a higher RG and differential like most other balls in the Thunder Line, but with one very important benefit: it lacks the core material that most other balls have. This enables the ball to have a much thicker shell which raises the coefficient of restitution. A higher energy transfer to the pins with less deflection upon impact is what can be expected with this design.
NANOTECHNOLOGY: WHY IS SOMETHING SO SMALL SO BIG?With the cover that was first introduced on the Virtual Gravity™ Nano, NRG nanotechnology is essentially manufacturing with atoms. It gives bowlers increased oil traction due to the micro-dynamic enhancements of the surface.
|Coverstock: NRG Hybrid Reactive
Finish: 4000-grit Abralon
Core: No Core
Flare Potential: 5 - 6"
Weights: 12-16 Lbs