Reviews on Brunswick’s Summer releases

The Brunswick Smash Zone

uses a Pearlized version of the EnMotion coverstock. EnMotion combines the best elements from our PowerKoil™, Activator™ and N’Control™ coverstock systems. The Brunswick Smash Zone unites EnMotion coverstock with an updated version of the original Inferno core that lowers the RGdiff to reduce problems with over flaring. Ultra-low-RG’s are known for strong mid-lane recovery moves and their controllable and continuous back-end hooking action, Brunswick has created a strong revving counterpart to the Brunswick Twisted Fury that will match-up better on lane patterns that create excessive length or over/under reaction problems for higher RG balls.

I do not think I can say enough good things about the Brunswick Smash Zone . I drilled with the pin 5 @ 45* inches from my PAP with a small hole down on the VAL. I took the ball to 4000 Abralon with no polish. This Ball is a strike machine. I drilled this ball when it was first released back in June and since then my strike percentage went through the roof. I have had Countless 700 series in my leagues and my averages are up about 20 pins from last year. This is a great ball to have in your arsenal. I give it my highest recommendation.

The Swarm combines a pearlized PowerKoil 18 coverstock with the new medium RG Honeycomb core to create a strong skid/snap ball reaction. With its pearlized surface the Swarm delivers good length on all but the driest lane conditions combined with a aggressive and angular breakpoint.

Technology
Aggressive Reactive Coverstock: PowrKoil 18 coverstock is a proven performer that has probably been on more bowling balls than any other Reactive coverstock in the bowling industry. PowrKoil 18 has been used on some of Brunswick’s most successful balls including the Danger Zone, Red Alert and BVP Nemesis. Aggressive in the oil and strong off the dry, PowrKoil 18 is a perennial favorite among all styles of bowlers.

Medium RG Honeycomb Core: The Swarm uses Brunswick’s new Multi-Sided Honeycomb Core System which incorporates a honeycomb of high and low density fillers to create an optimum medium RG match-up for length and angularity. The Swarm’s medium RG helps push the ball through the mid-lane, creating a buzz at the breakpoint that stings the pins.

The Copperhead targets one of the most popular reactions in the bowling ball industry, Reactive Solid Sanded. This type of ball reaction is embraced by many bowlers as the best all-around combination of coverstock and surface finish. Providing high hook potential with a controllable ball reactions and good pin carry.

Technology
Aggressive Reactive Coverstock: PowrKoil 18 coverstock is a proven performer that has probably been on more bowling balls than any other Reactive coverstock in the bowling industry. PowrKoil 18 has been used on some of Brunswick’s most successful balls including the Danger Zone, Red Alert and BVP Nemesis. Aggressive in the oil and strong off the dry, PowrKoil 18 is a perennial favorite among all styles of bowlers.

Low RG Rocket Core: The Copperhead uses Brunswick’s Multi-Sided Rocket Core System which provides a low RG to help the ball rev-up sooner and create tremendous mid-lane recovery.

Get Twisted Again! The Twisted Fury Solid introduces EnMotion-Xtra coverstock to the Fury Line.

Coverstock
EnMotion-Xtra improves over EnMotion coverstock by increasing traction in the oil and reaction off the dry. These
qualities result in higher hook potentials, improved ability to handle heavy oil in the middle of the lane and greater
ability to handle carry down.

Core
The Twisted Fury Solid uses the same successful Torsion Asymmetric Core used in the Twisted Fury. The Torsion Asymmetric is a medium RG core that helps push the Twisted Fury Solid through the heads, saving more ball reaction for the back-ends. Brunswick has put a new twist on core design so you can twist it up better on the lanes.

I drilled my Twisted Fury Solid with the pin 5 from my PAP and smoothed the surface to 4000 abarlon. I got a chance to use this ball on the PBA Scorpion pattern and it rolled tremendous right from the start. The lanes were very tight but this ball gave me some room to play. It has been a long time since I have thrown a ball that started revving up that quickly but still had enough energy to give me some great carry.

 
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  1. Brian Halstrom said

    am November 5 2008 @ 8:47 am

    Testing out the Brunswick Smash Zone Bowling Ball…

    We have started making videos at my place of employment, bowlingball.com. This is the second video we have filmed, and we’re making progress with every film shot.
    This is a video about ball reaction featuring Brunswick’s newest high pe……

  2. Brian Halstrom said

    am November 5 2008 @ 8:47 am

    Brunswick Smash Zone bowling ball review…

    The Smash Zone integrates a pearlized version of Brunswick’s exciting EnMotion™ coverstock with an updated version of the original Inferno™ core and a high gloss polish finish. This combination creates an ultra-low RG symmetric core ball th……

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