Fireball Purple/Gold

Ebonite

MSRP: $189.95
$129.95
(You save $60.00 )
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SKU:
60-108131-93X-15
Factory Finish:
500, 1000, 1500 Siaair / Factory Compound
Weightblock Type:
Fireball - Symmetrical
Coverstock Type:
HK22 - GB 11.2 Pearl Reactive
Flare Potential:
High
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A STRONGER VERSION OF HK22!

The Fireball is another incredible Ebonite ball that will fit any bowler’s budget. This season’s Fireball Purple/Gold boasts a stronger version of HK22 with GB 11.2 Pearl additives that will provide great length and more change of direction at the breakpoint. You won’t want to encounter medium to dry lane conditions without a Fireball Purple/Gold in your bag.

Specifications

Performance Mid
Part Number 60-108131-93X
Color Purple / Gold
Core Fireball
Coverstock HK22 - GB 11.2 Pearl
Cover Type Pearl Reactive
Finish 500, 1000, 1500 Siaair / Factory Compound
Weights 16-10 Pounds
Lane Condition Light to medium oil
Reaction Skid / Flip
Warranty Two years from purchase date 
Release Date May 16, 2024

CORE NUMBERS

Weight

RG

DIFF

16 lb 2.528 0.034
15 lb 2.519 0.039
14 lb 2.539 0.038
13 lb 2.574 0.040
12 lb 2.597 0.040
11 lb 2.769 0.002
10 lb 2.800 0.002

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  • 4
    Fireball the Stronger Version

    Posted by C miller on Jun 7th 2024

    The new Fireball by Ebonite is out and couldn't wait to drill one. I found the purple and gold version to be about 2 -4 boards stronger and a bit earlier that the cinnamon version.

  • 5
    Ebonite Fireball Purple & Gold

    Posted by Bob Newman on May 30th 2024

    FIREBALL!!!! Last year Ebonite came out with a ball called Fireball. I did not try one, but my friend Craig Miller swore by it. Then he shot a couple 300's & a couple 800's. Recently Ebonite came out with the Fireball Purple & Gold. Well, I wasn't going to miss out a 2nd time. So glad I ordered one. This is a ball designed for medium to dry lanes, but so far, I've liked it on the fresh for our House Shot. This ball has the same core but a little different formulation of the cover-stock chemistry. GB11.2 w/ HK22 vs GB10.7 w/HK22 which I'm told gives this ball a little stronger change of direction when it reads the friction. All I can tell you beyond that is, I like the shape it creates, I like the way it goes through the pins, and being a "mid" performance ball, it won't break the bank.

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