- P1 holes slightly weaken the ball’s motion by reducing its differentials and cutting down on its track flare.
- P2 holes have almost no effect.
- P3 holes moderately strengthen the ball’s motion by moderately increasing its differentials and moderately increasing its track flare.
- P4 holes significantly strengthen the ball’s motion by significantly increasing its differentials and significantly increasing its track flare.
Monday, April 9, 2018
The most popular balance hole system or methodology in use today is the Gradient Line Balance Hole system, developed originally by Mo Pinel and his collaborators during his years owning and operating MoRich Enterprises. In short, this system defines four standard balance hole positions (P1, P2, P3, and P4) that can be used to alter the motion of the ball: