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Brunswick Total Inferno 

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Total Inferno Specs

Product ID 4934 Brand Brunswick
Perfect Scale 201.5 RG 2.300
Finish Matte Ball Color Orange/Purple/Red Pearl
Lane Condition Medium-Heavy Coverstock Reactive Resin
Ball Quality First Quality Core Type Symmetric
Performance High Performance[8] Release Date 12/07/2006
Originally Sold For: $129.99

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The Total Inferno is the second ball to take full advantage of Brunswick's new Urethane casting machine. By fusing a new additive with new processing technology, Brunswick has created a version of Octane coverstock with more back-end grip. Reaction Characteristics - Absolute Inferno¦reg; on steroids With increased grip in light oil and in the dry, Octane Gription coverstock gives the Total Inferno a length similar to other rough buffed Brunswick balls but with more response late in the mid-lane, on the back-ends and on the thickest of carrydown. Improved grip has another advantage. The Total Inferno responds less to oil moving down the lane, minimizing reactions changes due to carrydown. The increase in down lane hooking action delivers a ball with both high hook potential and high angularity on today…trade;s lane conditions. The Total Inferno uses the lowest RG core Brunswick has ever put in a bowling ball. A fast revving, super-ultra-low-RG-core helps the Total Inferno deliver great mid-lane recovery. Then, Octane Gription coverstock takes over and produces a stronger version of the move made famous by the Absolute Inferno; angular but controllable, strong but continuous. This strong down lane move delivers the highest hook potential Brunswick has achieved in a pearlized ball. Utility Out of the Box: With its Rough Buff finish, the Total Inferno will match up well on medium to oily lane conditions. When dulled:. Shiny surface finishes sometimes cause the ball to go too long before breaking. To get your Total Inferno rolling sooner, dull the surface with a Scotch-brite™ grey pad, or similar abrasive, to increase hooking action. To further increase hooking action, use a rougher abrasive to create an earlier reaction. Dulling your Total Inferno will increase its hooking action and its arc will become more even, creating a better match-up for oily lane conditions. Dulling also helping to blend the over/under reactions seen on wet/dry lane conditions. To bring your Total Inferno back to its original factory finish, sand the surface to 220-grit then use Brunswick's Factory Finish Rough Buff.

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