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Fear heavy oil no more. The Track 912T has arrived. The combination of our Legion 2 Turbo core and the brand new Gen ET (Extreme Traction) cover will give the competition “Hook Envy”. The 912T provides the most overall traction ever seen from Track.
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Track bowling (http://www.trackbowling.com), is proud to introduce the new 300A bowling ball.
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Track presents the 716T, the ball that won the 2012 Master's.
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Manufacturer’s Intent: Track’s intent with the all new 508A is to bring you a new and improved version of the original 505A.
The 505A featured the MP GEN3 Coverstock and a new performance pearl additive which helped in making the ball so angular. The new 508A uses the same popular Legion Core that you will find in the 607A SE, but we have tweaked this core a bit to match our all new MP GEN 4 Pearl Coverstock. However, the 508A does not contain the performance pearl additive found in the 505A. Why not? There was no need, the new MP GEN 4 Pearl Coverstock is strong enough on its own that it was not necessary to combine this with the pearl additive.
The 508A, with the help of the new MP GEN 4 reactive Pearl Coverstock, is designed to be stronger off the spot that its predecessor. The 508A also brings a different surface than the 505A as now we use three different grits of Abralon® pads, 800 Abranet®, 1000, and 2000 Abralon®, followed by Powerhouse™ Factory Finish Polish.
The intermediate diff is a higher in the new 508A which provides more flare potenial and a stronger overall core than the 505A. The changes we have made to the new 508A, from the new MP GEN 4 reactive pearl veneer to the modified Legion Core, should provide you with a quicker responsive and overall more agrressive product than the previous 500 series balls.
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There are certain dates in history that everyone remembers; August 19, 2010 is one that Track fans will never forget. Until that day Track's product line consisted of bowling balls in the 500 series, 700 series, and 900 series.
On August 19th that all changed with the surprise release of the 607A Special Edition.
The 607A was a special treat as, not only did the ball perform amazingly well, but it also looked great going down the lane. Throwing strikes is always fun but doing it with a product with the looks of the 607A makes it even more satisfying.
So how on Earth do you improve such a great ball? We tossed this question to our Research and Development team, to see what they could come up with and, as usual, they knocked it right out of the park when they told us about the brand new 811A Special Edition.
Ron Hickland, Product Development Engineering Manager, the man responsible for developing the core, had this to say:
"We had developed a new core shape that performed just like the 607A. It rolled angular off the spot, but we wanted to raise the intermediate differential a bit. We took the core and dramatically shaved off one side, and ended up with an 11. This is exactly what we needed."
This unique and amazing core is only one-third of the story behind the new 811A Special Edition. There are also significant changes to the cover. Ideally, we wanted a ball that would be really responsive off the dry part of the lane. Jason Kosby, our Product Development Engineer, has been actively researching new coverstock materials.
"We found an additive that worked well with our all new SE8 Gen 1 cover," explained Kosby. "With this additive, a performance pearl called Crystalline Mica, we were able to improve the coverstock resin. Tests show the Mica resulted in 15% more response off the dry. The resulting SE8 Gen1 cover will take the ball exactly where you need it to go on the lane."
That's good news for all bowlers.
The final piece of 811A SE puzzle is the ball's surface. When we create a new ball, we have to choose the best surface possible to use on that particular ball. We know that bowlers might have to adjust the surface to suit their lanes, but the surface we start with is the best match for that ball's core/cover combination.
There are four steps to the surface of the 811A SE. Three different grits of Abralon® pads are used initially, 500, 1000, and 2000, followed by PowerhouseTM Factory Finish Polish. The Abralon® gives grit to the surface to increase aggressiveness on the lane, and the Polish allows the ball the length it needs to get where you need it to go on the lane. Both Abralon® pads and PowerhouseTM cleaners and polishes are available through your local pro shop.
Mark your calendars now as the 811A SE won't be available until December 8, 2011 (available in 12-16 lbs). Check it out then at your local pro shop; until then, visit trackbowling.com for more information. Don't forget to look for us on Twitter and Facebook.
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On February 2, 2010, Track introduced the 715C to the world. Since then they have been working on a new-and-improved version, designed to be used in a larger volume of oil but still offering bowlers the controlled arcing motion they expect. The new 716C is a more versatile product for the masses. Available October 20, 2011.
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• Removable Shoe/Accessory Pouch
• Clear Top Panel
• Adjustable Pull Strap
• Holds up to Men’s Size 15 Shoes
• Vented Shoe Storage
• Padded Handle Wrap for Comport
• Adjustable Shoulder Strap with Padding
• Removable Foam Ball Cup
• Track Branded Zipper Pulls
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• Heavy Duty Virgin ABC Molded Base
• Large 5” Ball Bearing Wheels w/Track Logo
• Locking Telescopic Recessed Handle
• Integrated Molded Handles for Easy Lifting
• Complete Internal Padding & Support System
• Strong 600 Denier / 820 Dobby Material
• Waterproof PVC Backing
• Large Self-Repairing Zippers
• Customized Zipper Pulls
• Separate Storage Compartment for Size 15 Shoes
• Large Accessory Pockets
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To make the most continuous midlane ball motion our R&D team could produce. Yes…“C” is for continuous, not control. The new Blade Asymmetric core shape boasts an awesome amount of midlane power, specially designed for midlane continuous ball motion. Our chemists have come up with yet another new and stronger coverstock formulation, one that has a rather unique side effect…a unique HAZE to it. Our team can only describe it as a HAZE that will change its appearance in differing environmental conditions. This HAZE has no bearing on performance, but the look is phenomenal! Some will haze more than others and some will change appearance just from using the product. It is truly a unique blend, and we are sure you will agree, a spectacularly performing bowling ball.
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Finally, a spare ball any Track aficionado would be proud to have in his bag. Pick up those spares with ease.
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The all-new 503C is designed to be an improved version of the original 505C. What you can expect from the new 5 Series C ball is more length and an even more controllable ball motion at the breakpoint. From tournament bowlers to the average league player, this ball will undoubtedly be the first ball out of the bag. This beautiful Purple/Blue/White Pearl ball in its out of the box 4000 sanded and polished state is designed for medium to dry lanes. In a larger volume of oil, just adjust the surface to a 2000 grit scuffed surface and you will gain an additional 5 boards of hook for the average player - some may see even more.
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Track has designed the new 300T to be our second entry in the lower mid performance arena. The 300T is constructed with the Track symmetric core, a proven core shape in the industry for several years. We then wrapped it with a brand new coverstock blend, the LMP GEN1T Solid. This cover is designed to be very aggressive through the front part of the lane, and
have a true “T” track-tion shape in the mid lane. If you liked the 505T, this is its little brother. When your 505T starts to hook too soon, go to the 300T and keep on striking. This is a very unique color combination for Track and we know it will stand out on the lanes.
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This all new 7 Series ball, the 718A, was designed to be a new and improved version of 2009’s 715A. In the two years since the introduction of the 715A, we have been working to design a more usable product for the masses. We used your feedback to design the 718A.
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Track’s 916 All Terrain is truly an All Terrain vehicle on the lanes. On different lane conditions, different drilling patterns create a completely different ball motion. The 916 All Terrain utilizes a modifed version of the Leggo 2 core, which combined with the “NEW” HP Gen 4 “All Terrain” cover gives you this unbelievable versatility. Its sanded ‘box’ condition gives you fantastic Track-tion. Polish it up and get a completely different reaction. With the All Terrain, you’re ready for any condition!
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Why a 6 series ball? Track’s R&D Department developed the 607ASE specifically positioned between the 505A and 715A, presenting a level of performance that bowlers are looking for, right between the two. The core is a modified version of the Legion core used in the Track Temper. Extreme Angularity is the strength of the “SE6” GEN1 coverstock, making this ball a dynamic choice for the oil patterns in typical house shots most competitive league bowlers face. Get it now, because there won’t be another 6 for some time.
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Track has designed the new 300C to be our first entry in the lower mid performance arena, and our first symmetrical core in three years. This will give true Track fans the opportunity to be competitive on all lane conditions, including the driest, and garner consideration of new bowlers to make Track their first ball.
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Track’s 505T is a ball that clears the heads well, is very strong in the mid-lane, and continues through the body of the pattern.
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Track’s 920T packs plenty of hook for the competitive league bowler. As the lanes transition and become drier, the 920T will still give you the ‘track-tion’ you need to keep striking. We accomplished this goal by combining two strong elements from previous Track products: the popular modified Leggo core, and combining our HP Gen 2 coverstock used in the UpRising with our HP Gen 3 used in the 930T, minus the mica. Our R&D Dept. worked closely with our Manufacturing Team to develop an entirely new pouring system process in order to make this combination - our first truly hybrid Inter-Mix Technology (IMT) cover.
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Track 505A Demonstration Video
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Track introduces it's new approach to ball naming.
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Introducing the new bags from track.
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Tantrum ball video.
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This is a great description for the Kinetic Pearl.