When they talk about a core being symmetrical, doesn't that mean it has point symmetry from the pin? If we look at a basic lightbulb type core, then why would it be heavier at one point and not just as heavy the same distance from the pin on the other side? from a pin down perspective it would look like sphere in a sphere. If we took a core like that in a DV8 Hell Raiser I can understand.
the static rule is based around the finger holes anyhow, so as long as neither isde, nor top/bottom is an ounce heavier than the other it's legal. If it is a complete 180* rotation, then the balance should be the same as well only going from maybe .5 ounce above the fingers to .5 ounces below the fingers.
The diagram I forgot to put a PAP. If we assume the cg distance is the same (with some debate, but again just assume) then the only thing changing would be the pin to PAP. I guess I'll just have to bring my ball down to my Pro Shop
and have the proper measurements taken from both sides and see if the static is the same and what the layouts are for a comparison.