Ebonite Game Breaker Asym Bowling Ball
- Color: Blue/Silver
- Coverstock: GB 12.0 Pearl
- Weight Block: V2 Asymmetrical
- Factory Finish: 500, 1000, 2000 Siaair / Crown Factory Polish
- Flare Potential: High
- Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.483; 15lbs - 2.468; 14lbs - 2.502
- Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.046; 15lbs - 0.054; 14lbs - 0.054
- Intermediate Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.007; 15lbs - 0.008; 14lbs - 0.008
- Fragrance: N/A
Additional product information:
The Game Breaker continues to be one of the most trusted and popular lines in all of bowling. Over the years, the core hasn't changed much, and the cover has been updated with new technology. We are taking the Game Breaker line to the next level by shaving the sides off the core, creating the new Game Breaker Asym, a significant evolution in this historic line. The core modification increases the intermediate differential to a medium .008, just enough to see a defined difference when the shiny pearl GB 12.0 Pearl cover encounters the end of the pattern. Game Breaker fans will love this addition to their arsenal.
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Ebonite has just released the newest addition to the GB line with the Game Breaker Asym. It has many of of the characteristics to the GB Pearl but they did a little modification to the core giving it a little asymmetry. I happen to have a lot of Asymmetric Pearls right now, so I drilled this a little different with a 4-1/2" pin under the ring finger. It is extremely clean & smooth. I do like the shape and and the way it pushes through the pins. Very nice add especially for league.
The Game Breaker Asym is now out and looks real good, going down the lane and with it's shelf appeal. I recently took one from the drill press straight to league action. In warm ups, thought the ball was a little to clean down lane. Decided to hit the cover with 2000 siaair pad. Still not satisfied, hit it with 1500 and BAM! It gave this silver and blue asym new life. Popped off a nice 760 set on your typical house pattern. With a little surface adjustment, the ball gave me a nice, angular motion off the pattern while keeping that continuous motion through the deck. With winter leagues starting up, the Game Beaker Asym may be the ball to have!