Counter Attack Pearl™

MSRP: $199.95
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Factory Finish:
500 & 1000 Siaair / Crown Factory Polish
Weightblock Type:
Rack Attack 2 Symmetric
Coverstock Type:
Ai-20 Pearl Reactive
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The Counter Attack's cover uses the Ai-20 formulation, it is the same exact cover formulation used in the original Rack Attacks. The core design is very similar, we have made a few subtle changes in order to enhance the continuation through the pins making a better version of the original Rack Attacks.

PART NUMBER 60-106153-93X
COLOR Red Pearl
CORE Rack Attack 2 Symmetric
COVER TYPE Pearl Reactive
FINISH 500 & 1000 Siaair / Crown Factory Polish
WEIGHTS 12-16 lbs.
RG 2.575 (15 lb.)
DIFF 0.023 (15 lb.)
WARRANTY One year from date of purchase

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  • 5
    70 x 4 x 25 – PAP 4 ½ -> and ½^ - Speed – 15mph – Rev Rate 380

    Posted by Christopher D on Dec 9th 2020

    Clean, very clean. This is a weaker core/cover ball combination so do not be afraid to drill it stronger, unless you are heavily rev dominant. Compared to the Counter Attack Solid, I am a couple boards farther right with more length and a more defined backend reaction. This would be used for those drier house patterns and when the fronts are completely gone.

  • 5
    My Go-To Ball for Dry Conditions

    Posted by Scott Crawford on Dec 1st 2020

    The Counter Attack Pearl has become my go to for dry lane conditions. With a similar symmetric core and the same cover as the great Rack Attacks, this ball is very clean but still offers nice back end motion (the solid is smoother). I drilled mine 70 x 4.5 x 30 and I am about 16 mph (at the pins) and around 425 rev rate. We bowl the second set of league and this ball usually makes an appearance for me when I want to get back right some in the track area instead of going extremely far left when it’s broken down and everyone is going to the same place. This allows me to roll the ball well and not overthrow something stronger. I have also had success with it on fresh house patterns too that are not high volume. This video is early in the morning practice that is on a house pattern that is beat up pretty good from the night before still and quite dry. This is the perfect example of when I use this ball.