Storm Fever Pitch Bowling Ball
The Fever Pitch is not as early as the Pitch Black™, but corners better than the Pitch Blue™ ever dreamt. We found the gap we needed to fill and we filled it. Hard. After extensive and thorough testing, we found the precise core dynamics that matched up flawlessly to this new and exciting cover: PWR+CTRL Urethane.
This never-before-seen urethane-esque coverstock, PWR+CTRL, is something that's been in development for quite a while. Storm Nation has sought after this material for quite some time.
The brand new Tour Block resembles the Hy-Road in that it is a core-less design, but with the internal ball removed from the Inverted Fe2 Technology found in every Hy-Road.
Color: Orange Pearl
Coverstock: PWR+CTRL Pearl Urethane
Weight Block: Tour Block™ Core
Factory Finish: 2000-grit Pad
Flare Potential: 2-3” (Medium-low)
Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.61
Differential (Diff): 0.030
Other Details1 Year Warranty
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One of my favorite bowling balls of all time is my Columbia Yellow Dot Bleeder. I am a vintage full roller and have the CG on my Bleeder located 2 1/4" past my pap. This gets the Bleeder up the lane clean and then rev up strong in the back. Sadly the Bleeder doesn't work on heavier modern oil conditions. Enter the Fever Pitch. This is not really a pure urethane coverstock, it's a kind of coverstock that Storm calls "Power Control." That doesn't matter, what does matter is what this covertock does. I put the same layout on my Fever as my Bleeder. I then took the surface up to 5000 grit Trizact. Wow! This ball rolls on medium oil exactly like the Bleeder does on drier lanes. Long and smooth with a strong roll up in the back, not a snap like resin, just a gradual revving up and strong tuck in about 10 feet from the pocket. I am able to get right with the Fever, like I can with the Bleeder, and go down and in. Normally I cross 6 or 7 at the arrows down and in. The Fever will hold the line with ease and then about 15 feet from the pocket the magic begins! The Fever hits amazingly hard due to its two-piece construction. This allows me some wiggle room at the pocket that I don't get with the Bleeder. Shots that would only get 9 with the Bleeder, get 10 with the Fever. Also, the Fever is a beautiful ball and takes a shine very well. It is also very durable and after many games does not even have a scratch on it. It is sad the ball was discontinued after only a couple of years. But I am happy I got one before they were all gone. You old school bowlers like me that have been wishing you could get the look of vintage polyester on modern conditions, look no further than the Fever Pitch. It truly is a modern Columbia Yellow Dot Bleeder.
Although I haven't gotten the ball drilled yet to bowl with. I was very pleased with the price and free priority shipping. Arrived fast and exactly what I wanted