- With this layout, we place the pin 5-Ã?Â¾" from the PAP, above the finger holes, to produce length on drier conditions.
- Next we select a mass bias, MCÃ?Â², position suitable for our desired breakpoint shape.
- (A) Mass Bias in the ball track - designed to prodce a late and smooth breakpoint
- (B) Mass Bias in the Strong Position - This will produce an earlier and sharper breakpoint than position A. - Good for extreme entry angle!
- (C) Mass Bias on the PAL - produces the earliest breakpoint of the three positions while providing a controllable and "readable" backend. - Works great on heavy oil patterns!
- With this layout, we place the pin 4-Ã?Â¼" from the PAP. This position will produce medium to high flare, great for players trying to "open up" on a medium to heavy oil lane condition.
- For bowlers with medium to high rev rates, this in position will often produce the most overall hook throughout the entire lane.
- Now select an MCÃ?Â² position:
- (A) Locate the Mass Bias halfway between the ball track and PAL - designed to produce a sharp breakpoint
- (B) Place the Mass Bias at the PAL for an easier, smoother, breakpoint.
- (C) Place the Mass Bias 2" past the PAL for a very heavy midlane roll on long oil patterns.
- With this layout, select a ball with a pin 3-4-Ã?Â½" out from the CG.
- Place the pin 2-Ã?Â¼" from the PAP.
- Locate the MCÃ?Â² on the players ball track.
- Weigh the ball to ensure static balance is withing 1oz in both left/right and finger/thumb directions. For this particular layout we will not use a balance hole.
- This layout will produce an early roll, a minimum amount of flare and works well for controlling conditions with dry backends.
Layout 4 - For Full Rollers
- For players who track between the fingers and thumb (full rollers), place the major pin 4-Ã?Â½" from the grip center in the southwest direction.
- If a weight hole is necessary, be sure to locate it 6-Ã?Â¾ from the grip center in the direction of either the major pin or MCÃ?Â² pin.