900 Global Inception Pearl
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900 Global Inception Pearl Bowling Ball

BowlerX.com Price: $239.95
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  • Release Date: November 7, 2016
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium to Heavy Oil
  • Reaction Type: Easy revving core with strong downlane motion
  • X Factor Hook Rating Scale (1-20): 17
  • Coverstock Type: Pearl Reactive
  • Core Type: Asymmetrical
  • Factory Finish: 1500 Grit Polished
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.48 (15lb.)
  • Differential (DIFF): .055 (15lb.)
  • Mass Bias Differential (MB): .024 (15lb.)
  • Color: Bluye/Gray/Purple
  • Core: Adaptor/D Asymmetric
  • Coverstock: S74R Pearl
  • Flare Potential: 5"-6" High
  • Item #: 900INCEPTIONP
  • Manufacturer: 900 Global
  • Manufacturer's Product Number: GIP
  • Condition: New
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900 Global Inception Pearl Bowling Ball Features:

The Inception Pearl is the second ball from 900 Global to use the asymmetrical Adaptor/D core. It maintains the same 2.48″ RG, 0.055″ total differential, and 0.024″ intermediate differential from the last time this core was used in the original Inception. This ball shares the S74R cover with the Truth and Inception, but this time it comes in a pearlized form. The Inception Pearl has an eye-catching tri-colored cover that comes out of the box at a 1500 grit polished factory finish.

The S74R Pearl Coverstock creates plenty of entry angle with a late mid-lane ball motion.

  • The Adaptor/D Asymmetric core provides 5-6″ plus of flare potential.
  • Use the Inception Pearl on medium lane conditions.

The all new S74R Pearl cover stock will provide maximum backend on medium conditions.  The Low R.G. – High Differential Adaptor/D asymmetric core will provide quick revolutions off of the bowler’s hand.  This quick revving core combined with the polished pearl cover will be a great weapon once the player has to move in and create more angle on the backend.  The Inception Pear™ will make a great 1-2 punch with the Inception once the Inception starts to hook too much.

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