900 Global Eternity Pi Bowling Ball

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The Eternity Pi represents a new option for heavy oil performance in the Global lineup. The ALL-NEW Reserve Blend 901 Cover with its 2000-Grit Abralon finish will provide you with great traction through the front part of the lane. Combined with the Epoch Asymmetric Core, this new offering will give you a heavy oil ball with a completely different motion than our other proven 900 Series heavy oil option, the Reality.

Color Burgundy/White/Black
Coverstock Reserve 901 Blend Solid Reactive
Core Meditate™ Symmetric
RG 2.49
Differential 0.050
Intermediate Diff 0.015
Factory finish 2000 Grit Abralon 
Weights 12 thru 16lbs

47 Reviews

  • Grab a slice!

    Posted by Tony Marino on Feb 19th 2024

    Eternity Pi Cover: 901 Solid Reactive Core: Epoch RG: 2.47 RG (16lbs) Diff: 0.052 Int Diff: 0.014 My layout: 4 x 4 x 2 The Pi is a big solid Asymmetrical ball that I see working best on medium-heavy to heavy conditions. The 901 solid cover is super strong and is a good combination strength and shape. The low rg asymm core combined with the big cover, makes the Pi a medium response high end ball for sure. I have found that the Pi is best when the on the fresh and on higher volume oil patterns. Once the lanes start to transition, the Pi will just flat out hook too much. Bowler stats: Left handed PAP: 5 x 1/4up Rev rate: 400

  • Eternity Pi

    Posted by Brandon Boyer on Feb 13th 2024

    The Eternity Pi is the newest iteration to the Eternity line. The Pi features the same core and coverstock as the original Eternity except the Pi is the solid version. Because the Pi has the solid cover it is a little earlier and smoother than the original Eternity. Although for a solid asymmetric I wouldn’t define it as slow and smooth. Compared to other ones the Pi is definitely a little cleaner and more continuous. For example the Gem series from Roto Grip is known for being very strong and pretty early and smooth. The thing I love most about the Pi is that it is one of the very few solid asyms that I can move way in with and it still gets through the pins like a symmetric. Which is very hard to find! So if you currently own a Gem and another stronger asym and need a choice off of it that goes a tad longer and more continuous through the pins then look no further than the Eternity Pi!

  • Eternity PI

    Posted by Mancstorm on Jan 28th 2024

    As good as it gets at the top of your bag. All the hook you could ever need while still having an incredible amount of downrange motion. If you have difficulty getting super strong balls to go threw the pins the correct way for you. The Eternity PI is definitely a ball you need to put in the bag.

  • 900 Global Eternity Pi

    Posted by Mike LeViner on Jan 22nd 2024

    This ball grabs!! The Pi might have the most midlane traction of any ball I've ever had. You better have a good bit of oil up front for this beast; it is at home on fresh or long oil conditions, whether it be house or sport shots. This is the type of ball I want for the first game at USBC Nationals, for sure. It digs in the midlane but doesn't quit; the continuation is fantastic as long as the conditions are right. Once the lanes start drying up, it is time to put the Pi away and go to something like an Eternity or Summit. The closest comparison to the Eternity Pi would be the Gem, though I think the Gem rolls just a touch earlier.

  • PI fills the need

    Posted by Brian Eger on Jan 17th 2024

    900 Global Eternity PI PAP 5 7/8 over and 3/8 up Layout 5 x 4 x 3.5 Style – stroker Ball Speed – 14–15 mph at pins Condition – house pattern - older HPL surface Surface – took surface up to 4000 abralon I was looking for a bigger asymmetrical to help blend out some issues I’ve been having with wet/dry conditions. Used a variation of my normal benchmark layout moving the pin buffer to 3.5 inches which puts it inside my ring finger. With the surface adjustment, I had no issues getting the ball through the fronts with my slow ball speed and forward roll. Ball made a predictable move to the pocket with continuation. If I get on a heavier pattern, I see no issues with pulling out an abralon pad and taking the surface down. For me, I found it more useful than the Reality. I’d drilled a couple of those and never seemed to match up. That ball was slow for me and didn’t continue nearly as well as the PI. As with any bigger asymmetrical ball, know when to put it up. My progression has been from the PI to the Virtual Energy Blackout. Creating a very complimentary 1-2 punch as the PI starts to burn up. The ball seems to have a good window for a variety of players and styles. Another great release from the Global team.

  • Strong/Smooth

    Posted by Zack Newman on Jan 15th 2024

    The 900 Global Eternity Pi is the solid cover sequel to the previously released Eternity. The new reserve blend 901 cover is wrapped around the Epoch asymmetric core that comes in at a 2.49RG, an 0.050 differential and a PSA value of 0.014 ensures that this is more than enough ball for fresh oil and heavier volumes. I drilled mine 5x3x5 to have as much control as possible which proved to be the case. For me, it's a tumbly end over end motion that I am able to keep in front of me, and also chase in just about as far as I want as long as I can find enough head oil due to the flare lines being a little tighter so a little more energy is conserved. GREAT option for speed/rev matched players who like to start in something readable and continuous. Out of the box, it may not be enough for speed dominant players without a slight surface adjustment. It's a great complement to the Eternity, which I saw as very angular and responsive. Overall a very worthy counterpart to the original Eternity. Compared to the Reality, I actually see the Pi as a little less motion overall, a little cleaner and a little smoother down the lane. You could conceivably fit both into one arsenal if you are looking for very specific motions or bowling on a lot of patterns.

  • Strongestball ive thrown

    Posted by Johnny Quach on Jan 10th 2024

    Strongest ball ive thrown Layout: 50x5x50 / 5x4.25x2.75 Two hander, 450 rpm, 15.5 mph This ball is the definition of big, strong, rolly, asym solid. When you hear of a ball that just rolls hard and rolls early, this is exactly that. For me, the only success ive had with it is when theres a significant amount of oil on sport patterns, it just hooks too much and too early for normal house shot conditions for my game. But i have seen it work amazing well for low rev or speed dominant players because it gives the ball a chance to slow down and hook and they can play their game much easier. So i think its the perfect option if youre a bowler like that or if you bowl on a slicker/heavier condition. Its definitely strong to be first ball out of the bag material and can be pretty versatile with different layouts or surface changes. Mine stays at 500 abralon grit for sport shots but ive tried it with some shine on a heavy house shot and found some success. Striking Results Pro Shop

  • 900 Global Eternity Pi Ball Review

    Posted by Pete Dohan Jr on Jan 9th 2024

    Bowler Stats: Speed: 15.5 MPH Rev Rate: 275 RPM Tilt: 3-5 degrees Axis Rotation: 60 degrees PAP: 5 ⅜ over 1 ¼ up Layout: 5 X 5 X 23/4 VLS Video Review: https://youtu.be/qbWfW9FOegM With the release of the Eternity Pi I was sure how strong this ball would be compared to the Reality. So I chose a weaker layout to give the stronger asymmetrical core some length and if the 901 Reserve Blend cover was weaker than the S84 Response for me I could just add surface to make it read the oil sooner. This ball is an early rolling asymmetrical piece but the 901 Reserve Blend cover is cleaner and smoother for me so give the ball some length. The out of box finish gave me a lot of over under on the local house shots since the centers use lower volumes and the fronts tend to go during league. After making my video review I did adjust the surface to 1000 abralon by hand and this eliminated any over/ under reaction. The 1000 grit helped me blend the wet/dry and I was able to move left into more oil. This ball is slightly weaker and more responsive off the dry than the Reality for me. Pete Dohan Storm Bowling Amateur Staff #StormNation

  • Eternity Pi

    Posted by Joel Donner on Dec 28th 2023

    About Me 900 Global Staff Left Handed: High Rev High Speed Player Layout: 5 X 5 X 2 Pap: - 47/8 +1 Rev Rate: +-500 Speed 17-18mph Ball Video: https://youtu.be/BEnO0tnxv44 The Eternity Pi is definitely a different option to the Reality. To me the differences are that the Pi is quite a bit stronger, gets down lane further and has a stronger backend. What I really like about the Pi is it's not like every other big solid Asym ball that I have thrown, this does not puke out when the lanes dry out. The Pi will react off of the dry and give a good read. What else I like about this ball is if you have wet dry conditions and you tug into the pond it will still react on the back end as well. This is probably the best solid Asym ball that I have thrown right next to the Reality. Joel Donner 900 Global Staff Member Cedar Rapids, IA #StormNation #StrikingWorldwide #RGSquad #Iambowling

  • 900 Global Eternity Pi

    Posted by Rich Kollmeyer on Dec 28th 2023

    Layout: 5 x 4 x 3.5 VLS The Eternity Pi is a solid version of the Eternity Pearl, giving you an earlier much rounder shape than the original Eternity. Despite the similar core numbers to the Reality, the Pi provides a much different shape landing between the Reality and the original Eternity. The Reality digs in much earlier and has a rounder shape than the Pi, the Pi clears the heads a bit better and has a little more pop on the back end, especially after it gets a bit of lane shine on it. My Specs - Speed - 16 mph, Rev Rate - 315. PAP 5 1/8 x 7/8 Up. Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/O28IwVGdJG0

  • 900 Global Eternity PI review by Mike Craig

    Posted by Mike Craig - Storm Amateur Staff on Dec 19th 2023

    I drilled up my 900 GLOBAL ETERNITY PI with a strong layout of 4.5 x 3.5 x 2. This puts the pin above my ring finger and the MB just slightly above my thumb at a 2 o clock orientation. I have thrown it out of the box which is 2000 and touched it up again with a 2000 CTD pad which is the same as a 1500 SiaAir pad. I put this one up with my stronger balls that I use when I see a slicker or longer pattern. I threw it against my EXOTIC GEM, REALITY, and DNA. Compared right away to these, the PI was longer thru the fronts other than the EXOTIC which has a pearl cover. My DNA was earlier and smoother while the REALITY got more length and a rounder motion while the PI was stronger down lane than either. The EXOTIC was the ball to move down with when the transition hit as it cleared the fronts better than the PI. The EXOTIC's motion was comparable to the PI in the back of the lane. Put this one in your bag if your looking for a stronger piece that clears the fronts better than the duller pieces but is not too straight like the pearls can be out of the gate.

  • Pi

    Posted by Thomas Szczepaniak on Dec 16th 2023

    The Eternity Pi is the newest powerhouse option for heavy oil performance in the 900 Global lineup. The Reserve Blend 901 Solid Cover was specifically designed to provide bowlers with a different look when compared to the S84 Response and when combined with the Epoch Asymmetric Core, this new offering will give you a heavy oil ball with a completely different motion than the still very popular Reality. The Pi was cleaner through the fronts and had more down lane motion. Get to your local pro shop and get yours today.

  • Eternity Pi

    Posted by Will on Nov 29th 2023

    900 Global Eternity PI Cover: Reserve Blend 901™ Solid Reactive Core: Epoch™ (Asymmetrical) Color: Burgundy/White/Black Review: The original Eternity was a huge success and hit with bowlers of all levels. It was only a matter of time before a cover stock variation came out that would be equally as successful. The Eternity PI is a solid version of the very popular pearl version of the Eternity. In my opinion the Eternity PI is a much smoother version of the Reality. Allowing for more of a roll and smooth arc type motion. This ball is the first out of my bag and really allows me to dig into the lanes when the lanes are on a little oilier side of spectrum. If you are looking for a good asymmetric solid with a great color combination look no further, then the Eternity PI. Will Tefft 900 Global Staff Member will@parklanes.net www.900global.com

  • 900 Global Eternity Pi review by Chris Pollentier

    Posted by Chris Pollentier on Nov 26th 2023

    900 Global Eternity Pi Coverstock: Reserve Blend 901 Solid Reactive Box Finish: 2000-Grit Abralon Core: Epoch Asymmetric Core RG: 2.49, Diff: 0.050, PSA: 0.014 (15 lbs) VLS Layout: 4-1/2 x 4-1/2 x 1-5/8 Dual Angle Layout: 55 x 4-1/2 x 25 PAP: 5 3/16” right x 5/8” up Rev rate: 400 rpm Average speed: 16.5 mph Location: Prairie Lanes, Sun Prairie, WI Pattern: Medium volume THS The newest release in the 900 series line from 900 Global is the Eternity Pi, which is the solid iteration of the Eternity that has been a staple in many bowler’s arsenal since it was introduced. The Eternity Pi features the same Epoch asymmetrical core found in the Eternity, but is wrapped in the new Reserve Blend 901 solid reactive cover. Taken together with this powerhouse of a core and gritty solid cover, the Eternity Pi is designed to be the heavy-oil ball at the top of your arsenal. As you’d expect, the Eternity Pi is much stronger overall than the original Eternity thanks to the solid cover. However, much like the original Eternity, the Pi is still really good at clearing the front part of the lane before digging in and reading the midlane, this helps the Pi retain energy and produce a strong and continuous backend motion. Because strong, solid asymmetric balls tend to hook so early it’s rare to see much defined motion on the backend, but the Eternity Pi bucks that trend and provides a nice amount of shape on the backend for strong ball. By comparison, the Reality has a slightly stronger core which helps it read the lane earlier, and therefore, it’s a bit smoother downlane compared to the Pi. Even though both the Reality and Eternity Pi are both designed for heavier oil, the team at 900 Global did a great job in making sure both balls provide a different motion on the lane. The Eternity Pi provides a unique motion for a top-of-the-line, heavy oil ball by providing a more defined motion on the backend compared to what you typically see from heavy-oil balls. Eternity Pi is a great addition to the 900 Global lineup and if Zen Gold Label, Xponent, and/or Eternity are already in your bag then you need to round out the top of your arsenal with an Eternity Pi. Chris Pollentier Storm Pro Shop Staff #StormNation #StrikingWorldwide

  • 900 Global Eternity PI

    Posted by Kevin Duncan on Nov 26th 2023

    900 Global Eternity PI Layout: 4.5 x 5 x 2 Storm Pin Buffer Layout Rev Rate: 325 rpm, 7 degree of axis tilt, 40 degree of axis rotation Testing information: 41 foot THS (medium to light volume) Bowling Center: Fulton Bowling Center Kegel Machine – Brunswick Anvilane The 900 Global Eternity PI utilizes the Special Batch 901 solid coverstock and the Epoch weight block. I think 900 Global’s team is onto something with these special hand-crafted batches of coverstock. The PI shows some strength and looks good (shelf appeal a 10 rating) doing it also. I feel the PI falls between the Magic Gem and Reality. The PI is cleaner and longer than the Magic Gem but sooner than the Reality. The PI doesn’t have the backend movement of the Reality. The PI has a little edge over the Magic Gem with being more versatile. I carry both the PI and the Reality with me to most tournaments, but would take the Magic Gem in place of the PI if the oil pattern was a heavy oil pattern. Visit your local Storm VIP Pro Shop! #Stormnation #SquadRG

  • 900 Global Eternity PI

    Posted by Brian Watson on Nov 25th 2023

    The addition to the 900 Global line is the Eternity PI. It comes with the Epoch Asymmetric Core from the original Eternity with the ALL-NEW Reserve Blend 901 Cover. I drilled mine with a 3 x 6 x 2 layout. First impressions was wow this ball is strong!. The solid cover really allows the PI to dig in early and keep going. I needed something to bowl on the short and or flatter patterns. I added some Storm step 2 to the surface to give me a little more length for my medium speed. I have had the most success on the shorter sport patterns of lengths less than 40ft. It gave me that heavy roll and control especially on when the backends are very clean. I can also use it on house or the medium to long patterns, but I need to hit the cover with 1000-2000 abralon pad. Very versatile ball. Its right up with other big asymmetrical the Reality, Gem's, Nova's. But the PI is has a little unique ball motion. For me the PI carries real well also in keeping the pins low. The PI is above the Phaze II , Zens and TNT line and maybe not as early as the Gems but just as strong just a little different ball motion. Brian Watson Emerson Lanes Brunswick Pro Anvil Lanes PAP - 3 7/8 up 1 1/4 Tilt - 17 RPM - 400 MPH - 16-17 Storm Pro Shop Staff

  • 900G Eternity PI

    Posted by Keith C on Nov 25th 2023

    The Eternity Pi represents a new option for heavy oil performance in the Global lineup. The ALL-NEW Reserve Blend 901 Cover with its 2000-Grit Abralon finish provides you with great traction through the front part of the lane. Combined with the Epoch Asymmetric Core, this new offering will give you a heavy oil ball with a completely different motion than our other proven 900 Series heavy oil option, the Reality. MY SPECS: PAP: 4 7/8 R 7/8 UP REV: 350 MPH: 15 @PINS LAYOUT: 2 3/4 X 5 1/4 X 2 3/8 The 900 Global Eternity PI bowling ball is a powerhouse on the lanes, delivering a gritty and muscular performance that's bound to impress avid bowlers. This ball is not for the faint of heart; its sheer power and tenacity will leave pins trembling in its wake. With its muscular core and innovative design, the Eternity PI generates exceptional hook potential and pin action, making it a standout choice for those looking to dominate the competition. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a competitive league bowler, the Eternity PI's raw power and relentless drive will elevate your game to new heights. Excited to drill up the Eternity PI, big core and cover. I needed a big asymmetrical to play straighter with, thus the layout I chose fits my tweener style. I did change to cover to 4000 abralon (no polished) and allowed it to lane shine. Super rolly but pushes down lane on the fresh with ease. Something I would use before the THS starts to transition. Compared to my Reality it's a little earlier (layout) but not as sharp. The shape I get and see fits as my first ball out the bag and will definitely do its job at the pins. I have bowled on a heavier 42' and was able to keep my angles tighter while still playing the track area. Visit a SPI VIP Proshop today for yours. #GoGlobal

  • New look Eternity

    Posted by Dave Adams on Nov 24th 2023

    900 Global Eternity Pi ball review VLS 4 1/2 x 3 5/8 x 3 1/8 The Eternity Pi is a ball I was looking forward to after the original Eternity was so good. The same Epoch asymmetrical core wrapped in the new Reserve Blend 901 solid Coverstock. I tend to like big asymmetrical solids so one with a core I like will usually roll well. I find this ball to be sharper off the spot then my DNA. Still not a quick response but gives more on the back. Definitely a ball that needs to see some oil but has some versatility. I tend to use it for straighter angles on tighter shots but have also seen teammates use it from much farther left and have success. For me, when the DNA is too smooth I can use the Pi to give me a little more. If you are looking for a ball that will dig in when you need it to, the Pi is for you. Dave Adams Storm staff

  • Eternity Pi Review by Luke Rosdahl

    Posted by Luke Rosdahl on Nov 24th 2023

    The Eternity Pi is a new asymmetric ball in 900 Global’s 900 Series line. It features the new Reserve Blend 901 Solid coverstock, which feels similar to the previous S84 solid cover stock used in this line on the original Reality. The core is the Epoch core from the original Eternity which comes in at a 2.49 RG, a .050 differential, and a .014 intermediate differential in 15 pounds. The Eternity Pi acts exactly like you’d expect on paper, it’s a stronger, earlier, and smoother version of the original Eternity. This ball has been used on several different conditions with a couple different surfaces. The surface was initially adjusted from box down to 1000 grit on a resurfacing machine, then finished with Reacta Skuff to get it up to a 3000ish grit sheen. The result was a fairly clean but stable reaction up front, with a firm, tumbly, directional finish down lane. The Pi reminds me of a few recent balls, it’s like an earlier and smoother Super Nova or stronger Nova, but it also reminds me of some throwback balls, most notably the Crux, Lock, and Alpha Crux. It’s comfortably lengthy, it gets traction and controls the midlane without starting to HOOK or move too early, and the finish downlane is the right blend of response and control. It punches hard enough to get the pins down, but is controllable enough that you won’t have to fight an overly strong backend move. It’s also somewhat directional, meaning that it goes in the direction you roll it. It’s not predominantly continuous, but it’s also not predominantly forward. It’s not quite as strong of a ball as a Gem or a DNA, it’s in a more frequently usable zone while still handling heavy oil well. No worries of overlap with the Reality, the shapes are completely different, the Reality is more like a stronger Phaze 2 or XPonent, while the Pi is more like a stronger Summit.

  • 900 Global Eternity PI by Casey Murphy

    Posted by Casey Murphy on Nov 22nd 2023

    Orientation: Right Handed Rev Rate: 400 RPM Speed: 16-17 MPH PAP: 4 ½ over and ½ up Location: Enterprise Park Lanes, Springfield MO Pattern: High Volume THS VLS Layout: Layout 1: 5 x 4 x 2 ½ (pin above bridge) Layout 2: 4 ½ x 4 x 4 1/8 (pin below bridge) The Eternity Pi is a new solid Eternity! I liked the OG Eternity but it was a little hook stoppy at times. The Pi picks up earlier and rounds off and continues a lot better being a solid! I love the combination of early roll and continuation with the core which I thought was a slower core anyway and lent itself more towards a solid version. The Eternity PI is a very usable aysm solid from 900 Global that I can see myself using on sport and shim alike.

  • The Big Ball you need

    Posted by Brad Paynter on Nov 20th 2023

    I first tried to throw the Eternity Pi on a house shot without adjusting the surface… for me, this was not a good idea. I am a rev dominant bowler & the coverstock was too strong, causing it to hook early and burn up by the time it hit the pins. So for me, I had to shine the coverstock up, and the ball has been the first ball out of the bag every time I bowl now. I recently bowled against someone who shot 760 against me, throwing the Pi brand new out of the box, but it worked as he was a speed dominant player. I think the Pi is great for house shots with heavier volume and of course will be great on sport shots as well. Have a great day everyone.

  • Eternity Pi

    Posted by Todd Benner on Nov 17th 2023

    The new 900 Global Eternity Pi features the Reserve Blend 901 solid coverstock combined with the Epoch asymmetrical core. At 15 pounds the RG is 2.49 with a differential of .050 and an intermediate differential of .014. The Eternity Pi is much stronger than the original Eternity. This is of course due to the solid cover stock on the Pi compared to the pearl Eternity. The Pi starts up very early, reading the lane a good 3 to 5 feet sooner than the original Eternity, and has a strong continuous motion down the lane. The Pi is an even stronger heavy oil option than the 900 Global Reality. The Pi hooks about 2 to 3 boards more than the Reality and has more controlled backend motion than the Reality. If you bowl on longer, heavier patterns, the new Etenity Pi is the ball you need to have in your bag!

  • Staff review by Garrett Richardson

    Posted by Garrett Richardson on Nov 15th 2023

    The 900 Global Eternity Pi is crazy strong! Generally for a ball like this I would usually do 5 x 4 x 2 which is one of my favorite strong pin up drillings for many different balls but wanted to see how it would be with 5 x 4 x 1.5 and WOW it has such a strong motion down lane with the 1.5 buffer which I usually don’t do but glad I did to see how strong this ball can be and it is more than I expected for the Eternity line. For me being a lefty I was expecting to be able to use the Eternity Pi with the factory 2000 finish but it is really too strong even on a fresh house shot with my speed being 17 MPH at the pins. I was able to get a game with it then would have to put it away plus having to stand 25-30 and pitching it far left just gets you into trouble on a house shot with this type of ball. I added polished to see if I can get a lil more length and I did but its too much angle and leaving too many corner pins. This is for sure a ball that needs oil or if your really speed dominate on a house shot then you can for sure use this ball. It has great potential and excited to try it more on different patterns. Garrett Richardson Storm Amateur Staff #Goglobal IG: grich_bowling

  • 900 Global Eternity Pi review by Ethan Fiore

    Posted by Ethan Fiore on Nov 15th 2023

    The Eternity Pi is 900 Globals new release in the Eternity line. It’s our new big asymmetrical solid with our Reserve Blend 901 Solid Cover along with the Epoch core which was in the original Eternity. With the success I had with the Eternity, this one was at the top of the list for drilling next and it does not disappoint. It’s very early, continuous and controllable. Definitely a game one killer! Ethan Fiore ⭐PBA Member⭐Roto Grip Staff⭐CoolWick Staff⭐Tournament Director⭐ Right 2 Handed Rev Rate: 500 Speed: 17.5 PAP: 4 1/8 up 7/8

  • Eternity Pi

    Posted by Chris Freeland on Nov 11th 2023

    900 Global Eternity Pi Coverstock: Reserve Blend 901 Solid Reactive Core: Epoch Asymmetric Factory Finish: 2000-Grit Abralon Layout: 4 x 4 x 2 The Eternity Pi is 900 Global's new heavy oil, high performance bowling ball. The long running 900 Global heavy oil option is the Reality. The Pi is meant to provide a different motion than the Reality with its new Reserve Blend 901 Cover wrapped around the Epoch Asymmetric Core. The Pi is designed to be cleaner than the Reality but provide more teeth in the oil than the original Eternity. After throwing the Pi on a variety of conditions, the wizards at Storm hit the nail on the head here with a nice logical transition from Reality to Pi to Eternity to cover all of those conditions that require the bigger asymmetrical cores and covers. Chris Freeland Storm Amateur Staff Average Rev Rate 400 Average Speed 18 mph PAP: 4 1/8 over 3/4 up