Ebonite Turbo/R Bowling Ball Review 2021

Where technology meets innovation comes the Ebonite Turbo/R bowling ball. The legendary Turbo range of Ebonite has been in the market for decades. Like those previous Turbo versions, Turbo/R is also a masterpiece. This great looking ball will be a nice addition to your bowling arsenal. Moreover, the features and characteristics of this ball are so different than those previous bowling balls, you’ll be compelled to get this ball for yourself. 

Ebonite Turbo/R Bowling Ball, Black Sparkle/Aqua, 10 lb
Title
Ebonite Turbo/R Bowling Ball
Core Name and Core Type
Turbo/R and Symmetric
Coverstock
Pearl Reactive
Why You should Choose It
Best Entry Level ball , Also Best Spare Bowling Ball
Factory Finish
2000 Abralon/Powerhouse Factory Finish
Lane Condition
Medium-Dry
Ball Color
Black Sparkle/Aqua
Ebonite Turbo/R Bowling Ball, Black Sparkle/Aqua, 10 lb
Title
Ebonite Turbo/R Bowling Ball
Core Name and Core Type
Turbo/R and Symmetric
Coverstock
Pearl Reactive
Why You should Choose It
Best Entry Level ball , Also Best Spare Bowling Ball
Factory Finish
2000 Abralon/Powerhouse Factory Finish
Lane Condition
Medium-Dry
Ball Color
Black Sparkle/Aqua

Core   

Unlike the other Turbo bowling ball, Ebonite Turbo/R has been designed with a new core. The symmetrical Turbo/R core is the most unique core you’ll ever see. The symmetrical weight block of the ball has a high RG shape of 2.59″ along with a low total differential of 0.035″. If you’re a beginner and soon to start hooking with your ball, this entry-performance ball will be a great option for you.

The symmetrical core ensures smooth and controlled motion all the way to the lane. Also, you’ll be able to enjoy a remarkable midlane reaction and nice backend motion just when it’s needed. 

Coverstock    

To understand the ball’s travel on the lanes, coverstock is the most important thing you should take a hard look at. Thankfully, this bowling will show your desired performance with its magnificent GB 10.7 pearl reactive coverstock. Similar to Ebonite Density, this ball also flips strongly downlane with a nice smooth arc.

In addition to a smooth arc, Ebonite Turbo/R won’t burn up the medium lanes and give you more length. If you’re an advanced bowler looking for a dry lane friendly coverstock, this ball is guaranteed to do an amazing job.

Ebonite Turbo/R Bowling Ball, Black Sparkle/Aqua, 10 lb
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Ebonite Turbo/R Bowling Ball, Black Sparkle/Aqua, 10 lb
  • The new Turbo/gear will bowling ball has the GB 10.7 Cover stock
  • The ball has the Turbo/gear will core in it
  • The ball is finished with 2000 Grit Abalones and Polished with factory finish polish

Factory Finish and Color    

The beautiful GB 10.7 coverstock comes with 2000 Abralon, combined with Powerhouse Factory Finish which helps you get your predictable motion. You will be impressed with its consistency throughout your gameplay.

This unique coverstock will also keep the ball’s continuity intact on the lanes. Unless it’s a foul shot, your ball will never go into the gutter and hit the pins at the end lane just hard enough to knock them down. The core and the coverstock are perfectly in good combination as an entry-performance bowling ball. In case you aren’t satisfied with the 2000 Abralon finish, you can customize it to a higher Abralon for a more intense performance.

If you love to play with style, the exterior’s color is one thing you will be concerned about. Don’t worry, the Ebonite turbo/R’s color is also very eye-pleasing. It has a combination of Aqua and Sparkling black.   

Hook or flare Potential

Ebonite put the maximum effort to make this ball perfect for beginners who are looking to learn hooking or for higher-level bowlers who want a dry-lane-friendly bowling ball. After thorough research, we found out that Ebonite Turbo/R has medium flare potential. This means the hooking on the lanes will be moderate, not excessive, not straight shots either.

Compared to Cyclone, Ebonite Turbo has a smoother backend reaction. As soon as you release the ball on the lane, it reads the lane in time and gives you plenty of lengths before it hits the pins in the pockets. Additionally, the ball doesn’t lose any of its energy during its revolution and delivers a controlled backend with length. According to the perfect scale, the hook rating is 162.4, which is pretty decent for an entry-performance bowling ball. 

The overall reaction

If you’ve recently leveled up from a beginner who is willing to practice hook, this bowling ball will be a great option, to begin with. From start to finish, it will please you with its performance. What we love the most in Ebonite Turbo Bowling Ball Review is its lane reading capability and how it helped many players to develop hooking. If you’ve never tried hooking before with a bowling ball, start with the Ebonite Turbo/R to increase your average.

Because of not hooking too much, you will be able to control the ball pretty well. The break-point shape is totally suitable for new bowlers who are just starting with hooking. Once you adapt to hooking with this ball, you can switch to a more advanced bowling ball for more hook potential. Even if you get professional someday, you’ll always remember this ball for the way it helped you learn hook.  

What we like 

  • Very controllable
  •  No loss of energy
  •  No chance of going into the gutter
  •  Nicely constructed
  •  Durable and affordable
  •  Eyeflattering color combination
  •  Powerful pin hitting
  •  Works well on both light to medium oil lanes

What we don’t like   

  •  Advanced won’t enjoy this ball at all
  •  Not a high chance of strikes with this ball
  • Not for heavy lane conditions

Frequently Asked Questions

Which lane condition is best for this ball? 

As mention before, this ball can show its best performance in medium to dry lane conditions. Although, some players have tried this ball on a light volume pattern and claimed this ball worked just fine. If you have a slow ball speed, you’ll like light and medium lane conditions more than dry ones. We would recommend you try to find the best lane as per your shooting style.

Is this ball entry performance or a mid-performance bowling ball?       

This ball is completely an entry performance bowling ball. Mid-performance bowling balls tend to have higher hook and flare potential than this ball. So, Turbo/R bu Ebonite is actually an entry-performance bowling ball.

Conclusion

In conclusion, we are pretty confident to assure you that this ball will be a great hook practice ball for beginners. Advanced players who trying to play in dry lane conditions, this ball can help you in that case too. For an entry-performance bowling ball, Ebonite did a good job and put sufficient effort to make this ball work. So, if you’re looking for a ball like this one, what are you waiting for? Get yours today!

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