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 Post subject: Re: Drilling layout recomendation for cruel
PostPosted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 7:36 am 

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on 60x20@3.5, where will the pin be


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 Post subject: Re: Drilling layout recomendation for cruel
PostPosted: Sat Mar 26, 2011 8:24 pm 

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how about 15mph. 14lb. ball and slow revs. 60x20x3.5 p2 hole good?


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 Post subject: Re: Drilling layout recomendation for cruel
PostPosted: Sat Apr 02, 2011 1:12 pm 

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Ok, Sorry its been awhile.....I showed your message to the guy drilling my ball and he "was" thinking a 4" pin is pretty strong. SO he wanted to actually measure my PAP to see what we were looking at befor I went any further.
He had me throw my GT1 but couldnt find the track on it (usaully doesnt show on it) So I grabed my gamebreaker....the track is worn into it:).
After watching me throw and scribbling all over my gamebreaker he disappered into the back room for awhile,then when he finally came out....I was like.......WELL?!...... " 4" pin will be spot on"....
SO I ORDERED MY NEW CRUEL TODAY!
Cant wait to get this thing punched and thrown! This will be the 1st ball I've had that was really custom drilled for me, All my other balls were drilled with really just a typical pattern to fit my hand. Never to fit me or my throw.
I want to thank you Justin for your help. It is greatly appreciated!

But 1 question I have is how would more speed and rotation effect this pattern. Is it pretty forgiving? I noticed in a response of yours, You said the cruel has a pretty happy zone. Is this within that zone?
Thanks again,
(also named) Justin

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 Post subject: Re: Drilling layout recomendation for cruel
PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2011 1:51 am 

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Any ball with an asymmetrical core is going to be less forgiving. However, certain cores really react to certain angles, so you will get a lot of recovery from these balls laid out properly. I think that's what Justin meant. If the drill angle is in your zone, you will strike a lot with it. High shots typically mean you turned it to much, which means it will recover, and vice versa. As long as you find your preferred line on a given lane soon enough, you should have no problem finding a very hard hitting, and forgiving Cruel. Just remember your arm does the work. Your mind only gets in the way. Throw the rock, scores...happen.

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 Post subject: Re: Drilling layout recomendation for cruel
PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2011 10:34 am 

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jlkuhn wrote:
But 1 question I have is how would more speed and rotation effect this pattern.


As long as the speed and rev ratio stays the same, the reaction shape will actually change very little.


jlkuhn wrote:
Is it pretty forgiving?


Yes, most of these balls let you get away with some error, obviously if you throw it out the window it's not going to magically grow legs and run back to the pocket, but the nature of the read and excellent carry help significantly.


jlkuhn wrote:
I noticed in a response of yours, You said the cruel has a pretty happy zone. Is this within that zone?


One would hope :)


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 Post subject: Re: Drilling layout recomendation for cruel
PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 8:21 am 

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:D
Thank you you all for the help. I kinda wish my bowling ball had legs that would help alot sometimes!

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