Columbia, Ebonite, Hammer & Track – Bowling Ball Reviews

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Here you will find the latest bowling ball reviews from the 4 brands of Ebonite. Columbia 300, Ebonite, Hammer, and Track. Our staffers will write a review of each new ball themselves and it will be posted to this site afterwards. We will also do Digitrax graphs so you can see the differences from each ball.

Below you can find the latest reviews.

Latest Reviews

Hammer Viral

December 10, 2014
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Surface finish: 500, 1000 Abralon and Factory Polish Layout: 60×5,1/2×40 PAP: 5 over 3/8 up Speed: 27 km/h Revrate: 530 RPM RG: 2.51 Diff: 0.042 Ball review: Hammer Viral here is a key ball when lane start to break down. Because this i a pearl ball and with a pearl ball it is easier to get the ball down brekpoint and then […]

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Columbia 300 Mad Antics

December 10, 2014
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 finish: 2000 abralon Layout: See picture PAP: 5 1/8 straight over Speed: 17 mph Revrate: 320 RPM RG: 2.50 Diff: 0.054 Ball review: This is truly a mad ball. When I first threw it it was quite calm. Then I hit it with 2000 Abralon and all of the sudden I had a hard time controlling it on the 39ft […]

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Columbia 300 Mad Antics

December 10, 2014
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 finish: 1000 Layout: 50 x 5″ x 75 PAP: 3 15/16″ over and 1 5/16″ up Speed: 17 mph Revrate: 340 RPM RG: 2.50 Diff: 0.054 Ball review: Where the last two Antics (Crazy and N’sane) have been cleaner than the original Antics the new Mad Antics provides the earliest and smoothest motion of the Antics-series. Mad Antics seems […]

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Track Tour SiC

December 9, 2014
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Surface finish: 2000 Layout: 30 x 4 1/4″ x 75 with hole 2″ under PAP PAP: 3 15/16″ over and 1 5/16″ up Speed: 17 mph Revrate: 340 RPM RG: 2.59 Diff: 0.032 Ball review: Salute gives me a stronger motion than I am used to seeing from symmetrical balls. It allows me to get the ball through the front, […]

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Hammer Arson Low Flare

November 26, 2014
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Finish: 2000 Layout: 50 x 5″ x 75 PAP: 3 15/16″ over and 1 5/16″ up Speed: 17 mph Revrate: 340 RPM RG: 2.48 Diff: 0.020 Ball review: The Low Flare Solid builds on the success from the Arson Low Flare, which was the first low differential performance ball from Hammer in a while. Solid uses the same core, […]

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Ebonite Salute

November 25, 2014
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Surface finish: Box Layout: 50 x 5″ x 45 PAP: 3 15/16″ over and 1 5/16″ up Speed: 17 mph Revrate: 340 RPM RG: 2.50 Diff: 0.056 Ball review: Salute gives me a stronger motion than I am used to seeing from symmetrical balls. It allows me to get the ball through the front, but always seems to pick up. […]

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Hammer Bad Ass

November 25, 2014
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Surface finish:  2000 abralon Layout: 50 x 5″ x 75 PAP: 3 15/16″ over and 1 5/16″ up Speed: 17 mph Revrate: 340 RPM RG: 2.48 Diff: 0.048 Ball review: Bad Ass differs from the other symmetrical, low rg balls from Hammer in one big way: It’s backend motion. Bad Ass has a lot stronger backend than for example the […]

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Hammer Viral

November 25, 2014
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Surface finish: Box Layout: 35 x 4 3/4″ 75 PAP: 3 15/16″ over and 1 5/16″ up Speed: 17 mph Revrate: 320 RPM RG: 2.51 Diff: 0.042 Ball review: Viral combines the Vibe core with the Black Widow cover. This combination gives you a cover that can handle oil, but a core that still allows the ball to get through […]

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