QUANTUM CORE SYSTEM
The Quantum Evo series celebrates the evolution of technology within one of bowling’s most significant series of balls, the Quantum. The keystone for the Quantum balls from the onset has been the mushroom-shaped core, and this is where our engineers started developing this next evolution in Quantum balls. The QCS (Quantum Core System) begins with a modified mushroom shape with integrated flow-through channels allowing DynamiCore2 to flow freely through the core body, promoting better adhesion, durability, and hitting power. Quantum balls have traditionally been a thick shell, which is great for hitting and durability but limits RG core numbers. The evolution of the QCS and DynamiCore2 allows for a ball with the same hitting power and durability of a thick shell ball but the core dynamic opportunities of a two-plus piece core construction. This evolution will create faster revving, more versatile Quantum bowling balls.
THE EVOLUTION OF CORE DESIGN
Both Quantum Evo Solid and Pearl started with the same mushroom core shape, and our engineers carefully modified the sides of the top portion, taking mass away until the asymmetry displayed the unique numbers we looked to achieve. The result is a system of cores designed to precisely exhibit reaction characteristics that perfectly align with the cover strength. The higher intermediate core is strategically paired with the polished cover, as it promotes a quicker response to friction. The lower intermediate core value complements the ultra-aggressive Evo Solid, with a strong and continuous ball motion path.
EVOLUTION REACTIVE COVERSTOCK
Evolution Reactive is Brunswick’s next stage in reactive performance products. Years of blending and working with different chemistries have led us down the path of extremely strong solid bowling balls that don’t lose their energy on the backend. This experience has now also led to a polished pearl ball with increased hook potential when more oil is present on the lanes while maintaining the benefit of a pearl, polished ball when the lanes are broken down or transitioning.
DynamiCore has been an evolutionary technology for Brunswick since 2018, and our theme of evolving continues with the new DynamiCore2. We chose to unveil this next stage in outer core technology with the Quantum Evo series because it mimics thick shell-hitting power and durability, something the Quantum customer has always been accustomed to.
|COLOR||Royal / Ruby / Black|
|COVER TYPE||Pearl Reactive|
|FINISH||500, 1000, 1500 Siaair / Crown Factory Compound|
|RG||2.511 (15 lb.)|
|DIFF||0.053 (15 lb.)|
|ASY||0.024 (15 lb.)|
|WARRANTY||Two years from purchase date|
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Brunswick Evo Solid Now Has A New Companion To Use During Transition. As With The Brunswick Evo Solid You Will Definitely Get The Length And Back End Drive And Drive Through The Pins... When The Lanes Transition And Start To Hook You Will Take This Ball Out Of Your Bag And You Can Continue To Stay Where Your At On The Lane. You Can Keep Moving Left With This Ball And Keeping Your Target In The Middle Part Of The Lane Were The Oil Remains... This Ball Is Definitely A Great Bowling Ball For Tournaments And Even Drier Or Short Volume House Shots... This Ball Is Definitely Versatile From Multiple Angles And Rev Rates. Make Sure To Go Visit Your Local Pro Shop And Add This Ball In Addition To The Evo Solid Today!
The Quantum Evo Pearl by Brunswick is a strong asymmetric ball that will give you length and a strong motion when it sees friction. Keeping your angles closed or open, the Evo Pearl allows for both while retaining energy, down lane. This one is a keeper!!
Brunswick has given the people what they wanted with the new Quantum Evo Pearl. This is a shiny ball that reads in the oil, has a very big strong shape down lane yet still has the characteristics that Pearl cover-stocks are known for. It has easy length and very good hitting power. I expect to see allot of honor scores come from this ball.
Really liking the new Quantum EVO Pearl. This ball is nice and clean through the fronts and has a lot left for some big backend motion. Carry looks a lot like you’d expect from a Quantum, really good. Even though it’s not a 2-piece ball it still hits hard with the new Dynamicore2 in it. Like that it actually has a modified core compared to the EVO solid giving it even bigger ASYM numbers and DOT tops it off for any drill option you like. I went 60 x 4 x 39 and I’m pretty impressed so far with it. Going back a bit I compare it to my Prism Hybrid but a little cleaner and a little more flip. https://youtu.be/akLFb5Gi7Eo