This is a comparison between the phaze 4 with the out of the box surface and 2000 abralon
The Phaze 4 is Storms newest symmetrical pearl bowling ball and the factory finish on that is 1500 grit polish. Not everyone is going to love this ball right out of the box so I am showing you how this ball rolls with a surface change to 2000
Storm Phaze 4 Bowling Ball
Can you feel it? That’s power. Pure, unchecked tournament-winning power. Combining proven technologies, the Phaze 4 is an alchemy of components that will provide nothing but soaring scores. Every ball has the general desire to imagine itself as the start of something entirely new, unbeholden to what has come before. When the salt settles, we’re left with neither triumph nor tragedy. Instead, it’s one more chapter in the continuing saga, punctuated by a moment of genuine awe. One of those moments is right now.
This low RG gem has a strong heart. Being one of the most aggressive symmetrical balls ever devised, your shots become more comfortable so you can bowl with effortless focus on your shot quality. The Velocity Core is designed to help you play at pace with more revs, power and control, for true consistency. There is a reason this construction has turned into the go-to chassis for professionals around the world.
The Phaze series’ aggressive nature has carried over to the Phaze 4. This time, it focuses its power on the backend, where it matters most. R2S Pearl is the missing ingredient Storm Nation has been craving for years. You spoke. We listened. Wow the crowd at the stock 1500-grit polished finish or take control and matte it down to your desired ideal texture. Either way, R2S responds supremely well to adjustments.
Coverstock: R2S™ Pearl Reactive
Weight Block: Velocity Core (Symmetrical)
Fragrance: Root Beer Float
Factory Finish: 1500-grit Polished
Flare Potential: High
Condition: Medium/Heavy Oil
Radius of Gyration (RG) 15lbs – 2.48
Differential (Diff) 15lbs – 0.051