Track 912T

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millertime0299
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Track 912T

Post by millertime0299 » June 18th, 2012, 3:12 pm

Is this EBI's long awaited "supercover"? Maybe some EBI insiders can comment on how this ball stacks up to the Nano's, DestroyR's, Nexxus', and HR Revenge's of the world.
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PAP - up 7/8 over 4 3/4
Tilt - 10 degrees
Speed - 17 - 17.5MPH (15.5 average on monitor)
Revs - around 300
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Post by littleJOEYrimshot » June 19th, 2012, 1:23 am

testing showed the 912T's cover compares similarly to other super or level 4 covers. strangely, our 60x6.25x40 layout played very very well on all medium-heavy to heavy oil volumes. The balls review will be in the July issue of Bowlers Journal magazine.

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Rev Rate: 275
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Post by Old_Hickory » July 4th, 2012, 3:59 am

I put it right there with the Nano and DestoyR.

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Post by stc067 » July 9th, 2012, 2:46 am

A friend is on EBI staff, and I was watching him thow the 912t a couple days back. I would guess that the 912 is 2-3 boards stonger than my Pursuit, earlier and smoother overall.

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