How Effective is Dynamicore?

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ModernGame
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How Effective is Dynamicore?

Post by ModernGame » June 5th, 2019, 5:07 am

The Dynamicore technology from Brunswick, Radical, and DV8 sounds amazing based on the information available (increased coefficient of restitution, more hitting power, etc.).

I have two questions regarding this techology: Has there been any independent testing done to confirm the increased hitting power of dynamicore, and are there any balls available right now that use dynamicore that would be good for a drier house shots?

All of the balls that I have seen with this technology seem like they would be too aggressive for a dry house but I would love to try it out for myself if possible.

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Re: How Effective is Dynamicore?

Post by 44boyd » June 5th, 2019, 11:14 am

Good luck finding anything independent, but you can hear the hit difference. It’s only going to be in mid to upper level balls, so a Vapor Zone or a Prowler might be the longest ones that have it. There’s definitely some shape to those, so if this is for straighter play then go with a Twist, Rhino, Breeze, Winner, Match etc.. that doesn’t have it.
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Re: How Effective is Dynamicore?

Post by b3y0nd3r » June 5th, 2019, 2:23 pm

Last night I threw a Shadow Ops(Urethane reactive mix with an asym core) vs the True motion(pure urethane with dynamicore) and the true motion hit harder and carried more. 11 games bowled there was a 20 pin difference in favor of the true motion.

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Re: How Effective is Dynamicore?

Post by andnic » June 5th, 2019, 11:36 pm

Coefficient of restitution has a max limit as do all specs that control core dynamics. I would say this limit had already been pushed to the max by ball manufacturers in some balls already.
Now it is been brought to people's attention with marketing.
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Re: How Effective is Dynamicore?

Post by pocket710guy » August 5th, 2019, 4:55 am

Big time, makes up for alot the bowler has no clue why they score so well.

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