Manufacturer’s Intent: When we designed the 912T, we created a ball that simply out hooked and out-performed every ball ever made in the history of Track. Our next initiative in our high performance category was to design a ball that would excel on the widest variety of lane conditions possible. Our R&D team accomplished this by creating our brand new Gen X C/T Hybrid cover and wrapping it around our Legion 2 Turbo core.
Core: The Legion 2 Turbo core is back again. This core creates easy revs while storing plenty of energy for the back end of the lane and most importantly the pins. Whether wrapped with a solid, pearl or hybrid cover, the Legion 2 Turbo core provides the perfect entry angle through the pins.
Cover: The 811C/T features our brand new Gen X C/T Hybrid cover. The Gen X C/T Hybrid takes hybrid technology one step further by combining the perfect blend of our Gen XT (Xtra Traction) and Gen XC (Xtra Continuation) covers. Both of these covers use their own unique additives which provide two distinctly different types of ball motion. By combining these additives, we have created a cover that is truly special.
Finish: The final step that completes the ball development process is the finish. Having the right finish allows for the perfect combination of core and cover to shine for a wide variety of bowling styles. For the 811C/T, we went with 800/1000/2000/4000 Abralon. This finish allows the 811C/T to perform on the widest variety of patterns and will excel on medium-oily patterns.
Overall: The 811C/T will quickly become the ball of choice for bowlers of all styles looking for versatility and consistency. This will be attributed to the combination of our proven Legion 2 Turbo core with our soon to be proven Gen X C/T Hybrid cover. The 811C/T, continuous traction as its best!
||Gen X C/T
||Legion 2 Turbo Core
||800, 1000, 2000, 4000 Abralon®
Track Technical Director and staffer Mitch Beasley talks about the new 811 C/T
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