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Track 716C 

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716C Specs

Product ID 10060 Brand Track
Perfect Scale 182.4 RG 2.51
Finish Polished Lane Condition Medium-Heavy
Coverstock Reactive Resin Ball Quality First Quality
Factory Finish 500, 1000, 2000 Abralon® Polished with Powerhouse Breakpoint Shape Control
Coverstock Name UMP Gen 5C Solid Core Name Modified Robot
Differential 0.057 Mass Bias Diff .16
Core Type Asymmetric Performance Advanced Performance[6]
Release Date 10/20/2011    
Originally Sold For: $139.95

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On February 2nd, 2010 Track introduced the 715C to the world.

Since then they have been working on a new-and improved version, designed to be used in a larger volume of oil but still offering bowlers the controlled arcing motion they expect. The new 716C is a more versatile product for the masses. “As a result of the feedback we received - likes and dislikes - from pro shops, consumers and online users, we made modifications to the 716C that will allow the ball to be more competitive in heavier oil conditions,” explained Track Brand Manager Paul Figliomeni. “As a result, the Manufacturer's Intent for the all new 716C is to be an improved version of 2010's 715C.”

Modifications to the Robot core resulted in the higher differential core used in the 716C. In addition, an upgrade to the veneer resulted in the all “NEW” UMP Gen5C Solid coverstock. “We have also used a brand new surfacing process, our three-stage factory sanding system,” said Figliomeni. “This all-new process for Track removes one sanding stage and therefore uses only three: 500,1000 and 2000, giving a more aggressive footprint on the lane. Also, remember, if you need a more aggressive reaction, our covers are easy to adjust.” 716C will be available on October 20, 2011, in 12-16 pounds.

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