AMF 300 Ninja SE Pearl Bowling Ball Features:
The AMF Ninja Pearl SE uses the same symmetrical Shredder core as the Ninja SE. The differences between the two Ninja SEs come in the coverstock and box finish. The Ninja Pearl SE uses a pearlized version of the F70 coverstock and it comes out of the box at a 1500 grit polished finish. There will be a lot more length from this new ball than from the duller-finished Ninja SE and Night Hawk Stealth SE, which will also provide a stronger move at the breakpoint.
Ninja Pearl SE is the compliment to the original Ninja SE as the lanes transition and breakdown. Look for the Ninja Pearl SE to be cleaner in the front of the lane, storing energy to create a pronounced motion off the friction at the breakpoint. The pearl F70 shell is going to handle most medium lane conditions, or medium heavy conditions as the lanes open up and transition. Start with the original Ninja SE and then finish them off with the Ninja Pearl SE.
AMF uses a numeric rating system designed to differentiate our coverstock strengths. F10 least aggressive – F90 most aggressive. Note: Core dynamics must be taken into account with shell strength when selecting equipment.