The Track Mako gave us a shorter skid through the head area of the lane with a longer and smoother transition in the mid-lane and an angular shape bowling ball motion, it had even transitions in all three zone. Worked well on heavier oil patterns, with very good continuation with a strong hit. We felt the Track Mako would be best used as a first game ball on medium heavy and long patterns. We put this in the controlled motion type bowling ball. A good ball for playing a medium line on fresh medium heavy patterns and direct line on heavier lane conditions and a good complement for the original Paradox. You will need some oil for this ball to work at peak performance of this bowling ball. Conclusion: The Track Mako was able to hit the pocket on the fresh even when some shots got right of where we wanted. This ball is great if you need some hook and continuation through the pins!
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Specs: Brand: Track - Perfect Scale: 232.9 - RG: 2.48 - Finish: Matte - Ball Color: Blue/Purple/Black - Lane Condition: Heavy - Coverstock: Solid Reactive - Ball Quality: First Quality - Ball Warranty: 1 Year - Factory Finish: 500/2000 Abralon - Breakpoint Shape: Strong Overall Hook Coverstock Name: QR-10 Solid - Core Name: Mako - Differential: 0.053 - Flare Potential: High Mass Bias - Diff: 0.014 - Core Type: Asymmetric - Performance: Pro Performance - Bowling Ball Release Date: 01/24/2017
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