At Radical, we are always looking for a way to build a better Mousetrap; well, look no further. The Conspiracy Solid was Radical’s number one selling ball of all time, and we have found a way to make it even better. Radical’s newest Top Shelf launch, The Radical Conspiracy Scheme bowling ball, is a newly engineered version of the original Conspiracy solid featuring several improvements that should surely get lots of attention.
The Radical Conspiracy Scheme bowling ball has the same core as the original Conspiracy Solid (RG 2.487, total diff of 0.056 and a strong intermediate diff of 0.021). However, we have added DynamiCore to the outer core to increase the hitting power and wrapped it in the new MOtion Magic cover, which contains the super traction TP-1+ additive. These changes have taken our Conspiracies to a whole new level. The Scheme hits harder and reads the mids a bit sooner than the original, but with the TP-1+ additive, you get a lot more continuation.
*Please note that colors may slightly vary from image shown
Coverstock: MOtion Magic Solid Reactive
Weight Block: Asymmetric with DynamiCore
Factory Finish: 500 Siaair / Crown Factory Compound
Flare Potential: 6"+ (High)
Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.489
Differential (Diff): 0.054
Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): 0.023
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Outstanding ball and overall my favorite ball. Came from Gebhardt's Bowling in 2 days with free shipping and was in perfect condition.
Scheme of things!
The Conspiracy Scheme at box finish is so smooth through the fronts and picks up in the midlane with continuation. For me and my speed, it was a little long. I hit it by hand with a 2000 Siaair pad and it reacted much quicker without losing energy down lane. What I see out of the Scheme is a great color, hitting power, and takes to surface adjustment very well. Sounds like a good tournament ball to me!
Radical Conspiracy Scheme
Pretty excited about this piece. I've got about 5 games on it and it looks like something that will get a lot of use. This is a solid cover, finished @500 SIAAIR then a factory compound to shine it up. They also put an additive in the cover for additional traction. So you have a ball that is very clean, not super long or flippy, makes a strong controllable change of direction and hits hard. Sounds like a winner to me. And it looks good with the darker purple color.