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Brunswick Chance Zone - Overseas Release - bowlingball.com Exclusive 

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Chance Zone - Overseas Release - bowlingball.com Exclusive Specs

Product ID 5883 Brand Brunswick
Finish Matte Lane Condition Medium-Heavy
Coverstock Reactive Resin Ball Quality First Quality
Performance Advanced Performance[6]    
Originally Sold For: $83.99
Brunswick's International Series has been developed specifically for Asian markets using core and coverstock systems that provide Asian bowlers with a range of equipment that matches up to typical Asian lane conditions. The looks of International Series balls are also adapted to Asian tastes making the International Series completely customized for Asian bowlers. Available only through International Distributors.

Reaction Characteristics
The Chance Zone uses a Brand New coverstock called Activator Max Traction - 4 and a proven Low RG core system to increase traction in the Mid lane and Backend on Heavy Oil lane conditions while preserving Maximum Forgiveness and Utility. The Chance Zone will be a favorite for bowlers looking for a Hooking ball that is controllable but still very powerful when it hits the pins.

Response Time
To understand the International Zone Coverstocks better we will be using a 1-10 number scale system after the coverstock name to describe Response Time. Response Time is how fast or slow the ball changes direction when it encounters friction. The Higher the number the Faster the ball will change direction similar to Skid/Snap. The Lower the number the Slower the ball will change direction similar to Smooth Arc.


Utility
Out of the box: With its dull 800-grit wet sand surface the Chance Zone matches up well on medium to oily lane conditions.
When shined: Using Brunswick…trade;s Factory Finish High Gloss Polish or Rough Buff, the total hooking action of the Chance Zone can be reduced and the arc made more skid/snap. Both polishes reduce hooking action in the oil and increase reaction on dry back-ends. The Rough Buff provides a moderate amount of change and the High Gloss Polish a greater amount of change. To duplicate the Rough Buff Factory Finish start with 220-grit on the ball surface and apply the Rough Buff Polish. To duplicate the High Gloss Factory Finish start with 400-grit on the ball surface and apply the High Gloss Polish.

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