Brunswick's International Series has been developed specifically for Asian markets using core and coverstock systems that provide international bowlers with a range of equipment that matches up to typical international 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.
The Firing Inferno is the first International Series to use EnMotion coverstock. EnMotion with high gloss finish paired with the Inferno core design results in a ball that is clean through the front part of the lane, has tremendous mid-lane recovery and excellent forgiveness. If you are wondering about the back-end, the Firing Inferno definitely stores enough energy to create plenty of back-end reaction off the friction down the lane!
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.
Out of the box: With it's High Gloss finish, the Firing Inferno is an ideal ball for medium-dry to medium-oily lane conditions.
If your Firing Inferno goes too long: Dull the surface with 800-grit or rougher abrasive to get the Firing Inferno to roll sooner to increase its hooking action.an ideal ball for medium-dry to medium-oily lane conditions.
If your Firing Inferno hooks too early: First sand the surface with 800-grit or finer abrasive, then polish your Firing Inferno with Brunswick's Factory Finish High Gloss Polish, to help increase the length through the front part of the lane.
The Firing Inferno can be drilled using the standard drilling techniques developed for two-piece balls, see the included drilling instructions for reaction characteristics and layout details.
Blems are seconds due to a cosmetic blemish, but the specifications fall out of the 2-4" & 2-4 oz. range. There are a couple of areas that the ball would not meet some first quality manufacturing specifications (i.e. core chip or engraving error). Blems will have an X stamped by the serial number. The label on the box is stamped X-Blem.
NOTE: Due to the limited availability of Blems, X-Outs, and Seconds pin placement and top weight are not guaranteed.