BRUNSWICK VINTAGE INFERNO REVIEW

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BRUNSWICK VINTAGE INFERNO REVIEW

Ball Weight: 15 lbs.
Drill Pattern: 4 5/8” x 35*
X-hole: 1+ past PAP, 2.5" deep
PAP: 4 5/8” x 0” (up)
SPEED: 18.0 – 18.5 mph (release)
TILT: 17*
A.R. = 45*

How can you not love an updated version of one of the greatest balls of all time in the Inferno? I drilled the Brunswick Vintage Inferno to be a replacement for the Brute Strength in my lineup. I wanted that symmetric core pearl that picked up the mid lane, and made a strong move to the pocket. At box finish, I found the Vintage Inferno to be a little too early of a hook for where I wanted it to be in my arsenal. So, I changed the cover from stock (500 w/Crown Factory Compound) and brought it up to 2000 and polished it with Crown Factory Compound. What a difference! The Vintage Inferno goes those extra few feet, saving more energy and exploding off the spot as it shreds the rack. It really has replaced the Brute Strength in my bag as that "go to" pearl ball. I had a lot of success with it on THS, PBA Viper, and WTBA Atlanta. This ball fits perfectly in my lineup between the Magnitude 035 and Fire Pearl Quantum. They are available now to order from your local pro shop, get one today!!!
 
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