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Track Ultra Heat

Product Code: 06UltraHeat

Availability: Out of stock

Track Ultra Heat


Everyone loved the original Heat. It was one of the best balls for drier lane conditions. We took that same concept and put a stronger hybrid coverstock on the new Ultra Heat to give the beloved Heat ball motion a little more mid-lane grip so that it can be thrown on a wider variety of patterns.

The Modified Tri-Core is a throw back to the original core design found in the original Heat. We’ve matched the RG perfectly to the original while lowering the flare potential slightly to match up better with today’s stronger covers.

The DR-6 Hybrid coverstock is quite a bit stronger than the DR-5 Pearl found on the Heat. Finished at 500 / 1000 Abralon with Factory Finish Polish, this DR-6 Hybrid cover will give you plenty of length with a strong downlane motion on medium oil patterns.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Brand Track
Release Date Feb 13, 2018
Coverstock Name DR-6
Coverstock Type Hybrid Reactive
Factory Finish 500 / 1000 Abralon / Factory Finish Polish
Core Name Modified Tri-Core
Core Type Symmetric
Core RG 2.50
Differential .038
Mass Bias Diff No
Flare Potential Medium

Customer Reviews 4 item(s)

Ultra Heat
Ball: Ultra Heat
Layout: 65 x 4.25 x 55 – Pin in ring finger
Surface: Box – 500/1000 Plus Powerhouse Polish

Bowler specs

Rev Rate: 370 RPM
Ball Speed: 15 MPH
Pap: 5-3/8 – 1” Up


I drilled the Ultra Heat with my benchmark drilling and will use it when the lanes break down and I have to start moving left. This ball gets down lane and it flips very nicely off the spot. This ball is a great compliment to the Paradox Black when the lanes dry up but needs friction to be affective for my medium rev rate.

Dan Paul
Review by Trackbowlr / (Posted on 3/6/2018)
Ultra Heat
With the Kinetic cover-stock and the Heat core, this ball reads a little bit sooner in the mid-lane has a strong continuous back-end.
Very predictable roll and ball motion through the pins.
Review by Russell Anderson MBW 31 / (Posted on 2/14/2018)
Ultra Heat
Track – Ultra Heat

Layout: 50 x 4 ½ x 70
Balance Hole: P2

Brand new Ultra Heat by Track is great addition to a very solid Heat line-up. A DR-6 Hybrid coverstock puts this ball right in between the original Heat and the Heat Xtreme. This new coverstock makes this ball more versatile and useable on wider variety of patterns.

I personally find myself using this ball on lighter or shorter patterns or when I need some extra help to get the ball downlane. I used the Heat and Heat Extreme quite a lot, but I felt like those balls were very situational – either worked great or never came out of my bag. Ultra Heat will come in play more often as this coverstock seems to like surface adjustments, which allows me to find a great use of this ball for any pattern. Not only this ball rolls very good, it looks pretty going down the lane. Make sure you consider getting one!

Kristijonas Sergejevas
Track Amateur Staff
Vise Amateur Staff
Review by Kristijonas Sergejevas / (Posted on 2/4/2018)
The Perfect Heat Series Compliment
The Track Ultra Heat is exactly what you would expect from the hybrid version in the Heat series. The Heat Xtreme solid coverstock is capable of rolling early and strong, while the original Heat pearl cover permits a lot of skid and backend recovery. The Ultra Heat comfortably fits right in the middle.

My Ultra Heat is drilled with the pin just above and just right of my ring finger, with the CG lined up with my ring finger (PAP 4 ¾” over, 5/8” up). This is the same layout I have on my original Heat. What I was hoping for was a stronger version of the Heat – something I could expect to get down the lane but not disappoint in the backend. What I found was a very evenly measured roll in the backend – stronger continuation than the Heat – in fact, the continuation was surprisingly similar to the Heat Xtreme.

The Heat Xtreme is my ATF mid-performance Track ball, and the Ultra Heat appears to be a perfect compliment. This will most definitely be a great Game 2-3 ball on league night as well as an excellent choice for transition on medium length sport shots.

Dave Han
Track Regional Staff
Vise Regional Staff
Review by Dave Han / (Posted on 2/2/2018)
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