What Is The Best Light Oil Bowling Ball? 900 Global Burner Pearl / Storm Electrify GO

Today we are comparing the Electrify GO with the Burner pearl! IMO these are the two best light oil bowling balls but there can only be one winner!

What’s going on guys welcome back to the channel I got Chris with me I told you guys that when I reviewed the electrify GO Pearl that I wanted to do
this comparison on a day when Chris was here because I wanted to see what these weaker balls would look like in Chris’s hands. We’re going to start on Lane 63 which is a fresh typical we’re going to do the exact same format that I did when I reviewed the Electrify go originally like 24 Shots on the fresh and then the last 12 shots on that burn lane. Let us know in the comments what your go-to light oil option bowling ball is for me for the longest time it’s been the burner Pearl we’re gonna see this electrify GO can overtake that. 
 
Here’s my take on the Electrify go compared to the burner Pearl based on only what we saw today. I think I prefer the burner Pearl if we were just bowling us on the lanes but Chris will tell you the amount of friction that we run into in League
it is crazy. Because of that I think that the electrified go is gonna be put into my bag and the burner Pearl is going to be taken out of my bag in League.  When we get into game four I really need something to just get through the front and if I have to move right or left or whatever the case is going to be I’d rather do that but having to deal with the ball hooking so early I mean like I think my game one
two and three average in league is like 225 and my game four average is like
170. Because I can’t get my ball to get through the fronts yeah and I think that’s what this electrified go is going to help me out with.
 
Chris never has an issue getting his ball through the front so he prefers the Burner Pearl. You saw it here I mean two completely different games and we matched up better with two different balls. 

900 Global Burner Pearl Bowling Ball

Legendary 900 Global value performance continues!!  Introducing the ALL NEW Burner Pearl

The 600 Series has been revamped to give you even more performance than previous releases! The Burner Solid and Burner Pearl both feature the highly versatile S62 Cover and the ALL NEW Centroid Symmetric Core. With this combination, we have created a

The Centroid symmetric core addresses a need that many value performance balls struggle with…a lower density. By shifting the weight more towards the center of the ball we have eliminated the over/under that many balls in this category struggle with. The Burners have been purposely engineered to give you a reliable reaction when the lanes have broken down.

Color: Amethyst / Red

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Storm Electrify Gold Orange Bowling Ball

Teamwork. Passion. Precision. These core values are installed in every Storm bowling ball by master craftsmen at the Storm manufacturing plant in Brigham City, Utah. A core’s angles and curves. A cover’s contrasts and surfaces. Together these elements create an unmistakable identity, uniquely its own.

Displaying both power and control, the Electrify G/O (Gold & Orange) is a vital component to any arsenal. The latest addition to the Hot Line fuses the Reactor Pearl Reactive Coverstock and the Circuit Core to create an exciting new option to spark your game!

But wait…there’s more! What truly sets this beauty apart is the Circuit Core. This symmetrical design boasts an RG of 2.51 and a differential of 0.030 (in 15lbs), giving the Electrify Solid the lowest RG the HOT Line has seen in modern times. What that means for you is more versatility, more performance, and more electrifying bang for your hard-earned buck!

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