I was wondering what 1 could expect from a full roller layout as a medium tracker? Ive heard smooth but not 100% also how would a full roller layout work for a lher if it was say drilled for a rh? Im curious as I found 1 and was wondering if itd be worth it?
Ive had a couple of rightys throw some lefty full roller stuff and like it, but they were anything but smooth for the most part, I have one guy that kept one full roller as a right with decend hand and he loves it for smoothness
Ah so they are smooth when drilled toward your side of you will but when backwards they are pretty flippy? Also since switchin to lh i dont throw too fast but have decent turn and love smooth reacting balls and if it tames the cover a lil too well thats just a bonus!! Thank you trig for your imput bud as always greatly appreciated!!
My buddy has a full roller layout on an Ebonite Total NV and he loves it. Calls it the "House shot killer layout". He is a high track cranker and it rolls super smooth for him, but over the thumb most of the time.
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Full rollers track between the finger and thumb holes. You are probably creating a pin to pap distance > 6.75 inches, which would make it flare backwards. A semi roller would just be fighting against the natural tendencies of the core. Remember, you want the core of the ball to rev up into a strong roll before entering the pocket.
If you want a controlled hook, then use these generic Control Layouts.
Fine tune with a gradient line balance hole, or a surface change.
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Wouldn't a full roller layout react differently for a very high track player, such as myself, as a opposed to a spinner? If my PAP is 6>x1.5^, a full roller layout might not be much different. But if my PAP was 4.5> x 0 it would probably be wordls different.
A full roller layout when used by a full roller has zero flare and tracks the full circumference of the ball. It gets into a roll immediately. If you want minimal to NO flare for YOUR release, there are better options.
Pin-Axis, which is Pin on PAP, will not flare at all gets into a roll almost immediately
1 3/4" Pin to Pap is the more modern way of doing something like Pin-Axis and it will flare a bit...which can be much nicer in on the back end. Maybe 45* x 1 3/4 x 60* in dual angle terminology. It will get into a roll quickly, but not immediately.
6" Pin to Pap with MB in your track will flare very little also, and (I'm guessing because of long Pin-PAP distance) get into a heavy roll much later.