How does the storm proton physix compare to the 900 global reality Bowling Ball
My Rated series was designed to give you the ability to compare any ball vs any other ball, but I still receive a lot of questions about specific comparisons, so rather than making you dig around in the playlist, I’ve decided to combine several of the most popular or requested comparisons into single videos! If you have a comparison you want to see, put it in the comments and I’ll make it happen!
Storm Proton Physix Bowling Ball Ratings For Hook, Length and Backend
The Proton PhysiX features the NeX solid coverstock and the asymmetric high torque Atomic core. NeX solid was introduced on the Axiom and is an evolution of the famed NRG cover that’s known for its smooth and continuous control. NeX retains those core attributes and adds entry angle, durability, and longevity of reaction. The Atomic core comes in at a 2.48 rg, .053 diff, and .017 split or intermediate differential and is exceptionally dynamic. NeX solid harnesses all that aggression while Atomic gives IT some extra kick. The overall result reminds me a lot of a stronger and more continuous Halo. It’ll handle the heaviest volumes out there plus blend friction and avoid burning up or losing energy and is one of the most versatile heavier oil balls I’ve ever thrown. With 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I rate the Proton a 10 on hook, a 4 on length, and a 4 on backend strength. The closest in hook is of course the UFO, the closest in length is the Axiom, and the closest in backend strength is the Phaze 2. Select the next comparison you’d like to see from the links on the screen, or scroll down to the description to find links to other choices.
900 Global Reality Bowling Ball Ratings For Hook, Length and Backend
The 900 Global Reality features the S84 Response solid coverstock and strong asymmetric Disturbance core. Angel’s layout as always is 5 x 3 ½ x 3 ½, putting the pin above her bridge and kicking the mass bias out a couple inches, mine is 4 ¾ x 3 ½ x 3 ½, putting the pin in my ring finger and kicking the mass bias out to the side. S84 is Global’s strongest cover out right now, and it reminds me a lot of GI-17 from the Sure Lock, the whole package has Sure Lock vibes, and it comes at 2000 grit. The asymmetric Disturbance core comes in at a 2.49 RG, .052 differential and an .018 split or intermediate differential in 15 pounds. It’s extremely windy and continuous, it feels almost like the RAD4 core from the Code series or if the Velocity core from the Phaze series was asymmetric. The Reality has a very strong revving climbing type motion that seems to build momentum or accelerate as it rolls down the lane. It’s strong and quite responsive at the same time, and if you can’t get this ball to hook, corner, or continue, it’s time to invest some money in lessons instead of bowling balls. The Reality gets a 10 on hook, 5 on length, and 5 on backend strength. It’s on par with the Proton PhysiX for hook, and similar to the RST X-1 on length and backend strength. Select the next comparison you’d like to see from the links on the screen or scroll down to the description to find links to other choices.
Storm Proton Physix bowling ball
It’s really no surprise why the PhysiX and AstroPhysiX have been wildly popular ever since their respective debuts. After all, the PhysiX offers one of the shapeliest reactions available, and the AstroPhysiX follows it up with stellar performance when the pattern opens up, and more length and backend are required. But until now, there really hasn’t been a PhysiX truly suited for heavy oil. Well, consider the problem solved! The Proton PhysiX is here to give you traction and hook on virtually any heavy oil condition imaginable.
Since surface plays such a pivotal role in ball reaction, we knew that we had to select just the right coverstock and finish in order to make the Proton PhysiX live up to its billing. That’s why we selected NeX Solid Reactive for this big-hooking beast. NeX has met and exceeded all of our expectations in the lab and on the lanes, combining the robust midlane read you’d expect from a heavy oil ball while maintaining the strong entry angle needed in order to maximize pin carry. The NeXon the Proton PhysiX will come in a 2000-grit box finish and with an eye-catching magenta, black, and violet color scheme that will look good on the rack, in your bag, and on the lanes.
The Atomic Core returns to power up this latest PhysiX offering. Strong backend motion, continuation, and pocket-crushing power are all hallmarks of the Atomic Core. In the Proton PhysiX, this low-RG, high-differential engine will deliver the same combination of consistency and power that has always made it popular among bowlers of all styles, and it will do it on the longest and heaviest oil patterns placed before you. The Proton PhysiX shining attribute is the Atomic Core with a super-low RG that helps generate spin. This extremely center-heavy mass gets the ball moving in a dangerous way, providing the ball with added responsiveness and rewarding the player who can roll it with authority. The AstroPhysiX is an excellent option for players who like to swing big and want some extra backend leverage to give their game a boost
With extreme amounts of power and dynamics, the Storm Proton PhysiX almost feels like cheating.
Coverstock Name: N2X Solid Reactive
Coverstock Style: Solid
Coverstock Type: Reactive
Weight Block: Atomic Core
Finish: 2000-grit Sheen
Flare Potential: High
Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.48
Differential (Diff): .053
Mass Bias: .017
900 global reality bowling ball
The ALL-NEW Reality brings a solid version of the incredibly strong S84 Response cover to the table. Combined with a revolutionary core, the Reality will be the strongest ball 900 Global offers!
The S84 Response solid cover utilizes a technology that promotes up to 20% larger pore sizes. By offering this cover in a 2000 Abralon finish, we have ensured maximum traction in the heaviest of oil. The Reality will rival the original Volatility in terms of overall hook.
The Disturbance Asymmetric core creates asymmetry by having differing shapes on the bottom and top of the weight block. This core was designed with a focus on a shape that will fill a space with the least amount of material, yet still yield the RG/Diff values that all bowlers demand.
Coverstock: S84™ Response Solid
Weight Block: Disturbance Asymmetric
Factory Finish: 2000 Abralon
Flare Potential: 5+
Radius of Gyration (RG): 15lbs – 2.49
Differential (Diff): 15lbs – .052
Intermediate Differential (Diff): 15lbs – .018