Super Nova


MSRP: $289.98
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Factory Finish:
2000 Grit Abralon®
Flare Potential:
Weightblock Type:
Ignition Core - Asymmetric
Coverstock Type:
N2X Solid Reactive
Fruit Pop
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Performance happens when bowler and ball work together as one. When the ball becomes an extension of the bowler’s will. That’s performance we measure not on a scoreboard, but in our hearts..

Fragrance: Fruit Pop

Available: September 23rd, 2022


Color: Lime/Azure/Black


The Super Nova is extraordinary by design. Showcasing the new and dynamically intense Ignition Core, the Super Nova features a tour-inspired design that enables better versatility on a wider array of oil patterns. Weight blocks like the Ignition Core rev up fast and finish strong with a more aggressive movement down lane. Need some extra oomph? Then look no further. The Ignition Core pumps out more than 6” of loaded flare potential! That’s more than enough differential to amp your adrenaline levels.


Since surface plays such a pivotal role in ball reaction, we knew that we had to select just the right coverstock and finish in order to make the Super Nova live up to its billing. That’s why we selected NeX Solid Reactive for this big-hooking beast. NeX has met and exceeded all our expectations in the lab and on the lanes, combining the robust midlane read you’d expect from a heavy oil ball while maintaining the strong entry angle needed to maximize pin carry. The NeX on the Super Nova will come in a 2000-grit box finish and with an eye-catching lime, azure, and black color scheme that will look good on the rack, in your bag, and on the lanes.


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  • 5
    Super Nova

    Posted by Michael Slatky on Nov 3rd 2022

    Storm Super Nova Cover Stock: NeX Solid Reactive Finish: 2000 Grit Abralon Core: Ignition RG: 2.49 Differential: 0.052 Int Diff: 0.019 Layout: 4 3/4 x 4 x 4 - 2LS Layout Extras: 2 1/8 Finger Depth, "X" - 4 1/2 D and 1 Inch Left Tester: PAP 6 1/2 R, 1 1/4 D Review: The Storm Super Nova features the Ignition core which has been featured in a number of international releases. This second addition in a stateside release has been a hit. For those that are looking for a similar motion to the Storm Proton Physix or the Nova will enjoy the Super Nova. For my review I took the fresh factory 2K finish and hit the ball four sides with a new 4K pad. For me, this allows the Super Nova to clear the front part of the lane a bit easier until some lane shine migrates onto the ball. This works well for players that tend to have slower ball speeds. You'll notice in a few games your new solid will calm down from the oob finish. In comparing the Super Nova to the original Nova, the Super Nova features the NeX coverstock that digs earlier then the original Nova which is R2X Reactive Hybrid. Before rolling the Super Nova, I had the impression that the Super Nova would be to much ball. To my surprise the Super Nova has earned a spot in the arsenal. The ball provides an early read with excellent control off the spot and carries well through the roll phase. Similar to my Nova which off the spot is one of the most predictable balls to read downlane. In regards to transition, I really enjoyed the Nova and the Super Nova doesn't disappoint as well. Both balls allow a great deal of forgiveness and it is easy to see when you will need to make a change. Both balls together make a nice one two punch if you desire the same type of motion through out a block of bowling. Be sure to try out a Storm Super Nova and fill that gap for fresh league and heavier volume tournament patterns. I'm definitely excited to use the Super Nova more in tournament competion. Please be sure to visit your favorite pro shop today! Michael Slatky 900 Global Staff Member York, PA

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