The New Brunswick Nexus ƒ(P+F) Solid Bowling Ball Review & Video

Brunswick Nexus ƒ(P+F) Solid Bowling Ball Review & Video Introducing the new Brunswick Nexus ƒ(P+F) Solid Bowling Ball, Brunswick’s latest high performance release.

ADDAPTIVE ƒ(P+F) SOLID COVERSTOCK

The Addaptive ƒ(P+F) Solid coverstock is Brunswick’s newest innovation in performance enhancing additive chemistry. ƒ(P+F) describes our latest ƒormula that combines our new (P)rojection and our new (F)riction additives together to create our most aggressive coverstock to date. The Projection additive easily pushes the super aggressive coverstock down lane where the Friction additive kicks in gripping the backend for unprecedented traction.

Being able to combine multiple additives in a coverstock allows Brunswick to effectively fine tune the length, mid-lane and backend characteristics of the ball motion.

NEXUS ROTOR CORE

The new Nexus Rotor core integrates a center stabilizing capsule and two vertical flip claws. The center stabilizing capsule revs quickly to control the mid-lane. As the axis migrates and the core lays down, the vertical flip claws take over maintaining the rev rate for a strong continuation through the backend and powerful drive through the pins.

BALL MOTION

We did it again! The Nexus ƒ(P+F) is so strong we had to add columns to the Ball Comparison chart and increase our Hook Potential scale to describe this ball. With its 1500-grit Siaair micro pad finish, the Nexus ƒ(P+F) offers our highest hook potential of any Brunswick ball to date. With an extremely aggressive ball motion the Nexus ƒ(P+F) skids through the front, saves axis rotation in the mid-lane and grabs the backend with a strong response to friction.

REACTION SET UP

The Nexus ƒ(P+F) can be drilled using the standard drilling techniques developed for asymmetric bowling balls.

LIGHTWEIGHT ENGINEERING

The unique core shape of each individual ball is used for weights from 14 to 16 pounds. This approach to lightweight ball engineering provides bowlers with consistent ball reaction characteristics across this weight range. At 12 and 13 pounds, Brunswick uses a generic core shape with a RG-differential that is close enough to the 14 to 16 pound shape so the same drilling instructions can be used.

Which Brunswick Nexus do you like? The Nexus Solid or Nexus Pearl? Watch the video below and leave your comments below. Thank you!

The New Brunswick Nexus ƒ(P+F) Solid Bowling Ball Review & Video was last modified: December 16th, 2013 by Brian Halstrom

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