Layout: Label pin up
Finish: 3000 grit
Condition: 42 ft. THS on older HPL with a KEGEL FLEX with Fire and Ice conditioners with Defense-C cleaner.
Test results comparing to the Eternal Cell: The Wreck-It had about the same amount of overall hook as the Eternal Cell, and overall it performed very closely to it. It is 5-6 boards stronger than the Hustle SAY that has the same cover, but weaker core. It’s amazing how much difference the core makes a difference with this coverstock. The ball did labor a little when playing deep inside without swing the whole lane, I believe it was due to amount of volume the THS that I bowl on has. The ball worked the best just outside the track area and responded really well even after the oil was moved around and pushed down lane. I bowled a few games on a house pattern that was lighter in volume and length, and this would be the main ball I would use in that center. Does well on light to medium level of oil on the THS. Great ball for people with slower ball speeds and people that enjoy playing like a stroker or a tweener. The Wreck-It has it covered for you.