Roto Grip Wreck Em

I drilled my Wreck Em 55 x 5 x 50. I bowl in a second shift league that I thought this ball would work well in and man was I right. I usually get away with a Dare Devil for about a game when the lanes start to really get hooky. This is when I can pull out  the Wreck Em and use the easy length that is ball gives with a nice move of the back end.  I was very pleased with the power it went thru the pins also. This ball gave me an option before my Hustle which is what I needed.

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Roto Grip No Rules Pearl

I drilled my No Rules Pearl 65 x 5 1/8 x 45.  This puts the pin just above my middle finger and the MB just at and to the right of my thumb.  In the past I have had trouble with asymmetrical balls reading the mids to much and not doing what  I was looking for down the lane and thru the pins.  Not the case with this ball. I was very happy how well the ball went thru the front part of the lane and didnt over read the mids for me and pretty much did exactly what I was looking for in the back ends and man does this ball hit and hit hard.  I have only used it on a house pattern so far but it has becaome one of my favorites when I have to start to open up my angles. When the pattern allows you to open up and get it to the friction give this ball a chance you will not be disappointed at all with you choice.  Roto Grip OWN IT.

Roto Grip Dare Devil

Before I write a post all I can say is this ball is the real deal. Wow.  I drilled mine 50 x 4 5/8 x 40. This ball comes out of the box at 1500 grit polish. This ball falls into Roto Grip HP3 line which for me has been a great line with the Haywire and Hywire.  Now to this ball. All I can say is if you are looking for a ball that is clean and makes a awesome move in the back end well this is the ball.  This ball does not leave anything behind and really goes thru the pins. This ball will compliment the Haywire and Hywire perfectly. Roto Grip OWN IT.

Storm Code Black

I drilled my Storm Code Black 65 x 4 13/16 x 50. This ball comes out of the box at 1500 grit polish.  What I found with this ball is how easy this ball gets thru the front part of the lane for a asymmetric ball and a pretty abrupt change of direction. After using this ball on a fresh house shot I used a 3000 grit abralon pad really soft just to help slow the back ends down a touch. This made a big difference and made this ball really come to life.  I will end up using this ball on a medium pattern or when the lanes break down a touch and I can go more left to right. Storm bowlers will love this ball.

Storm Street Fight

I drilled my Storm Street Fight 50 x 4 5/8 x 40.  This ball comes out of the box at 3000 Sheen. I used this ball on a broken down 2nd shift house shot. I was very pleased with how clean this ball was and how strong this ball was down the lane.  Most of the games I have on this ball are when the lanes go thru its first transition.  This ball will be in play for any tournament bowler or any bowler that is looking for some length and back end that is controlled.

Storm Phaze II

I drilled my Storm Phaze II 50 x 4 13/16 x 45 with a hole down. This ball comes out of the box at 3000 grit abralon.  First couple times out I used this ball on a pretty oily house pattern. I really liked how this ball seemed to really like the oil and dig in. This ball is defiantly special. Great mid lane control and great back end motion. This ball also really goes thru the pins like nothing ive seen. I have been able to use this ball on a few longer sport pattern with a surface change and find this ball very useful on sport patterns.  This ball is a tournament and league bowlers dream.

Roto Grip Wreck It

Well I say this alot but with the love I had for the Wrecker I was very excited for this ball. My first real use of this ball was on a fresh Route 66 pattern on old wood and man did this ball match up. I drilled mine 60 x 4 1/2 x 35 with a small hole down. For me this ball on this pattern gave me the control in the mid lane and backend i needed to grind out on a tough pattern to start. I feel this ball is going to shine on medium to short patterns. This ball helped me make the TV show for Beat the Champ with out it I had Air.



Roto Grip No Rules

Once I heard about this ball I was pretty excited. I really liked the Hyper Cell and with this being a ball the is even stronger with more mid lane read and backend control  what more could you ask for. I drilled mine 55 x 5 x 35 cg was in some so did not need a hole. Was able to get some games on it in our summer sport shot sweeper on the longer patterns that we used the last couple of  weeks and man did this ball shine. Great mid lane read and control off the back of the pattern.   If you bowl on any kind of volume and length this ball is a must in your bag. Tournament bowlers this is an absolute must in your bag.  Longer patterns will love this ball.



Hustle P/R/O

The Hustle is Roto Grips new balls in the HP1 series. These balls fall into there entry level performance category but dont let that fool you. There is alot of ball with these 2 new releases. The second ball in the series is the P/R/O ball which is 2 parts solid and 1 pearl and is still a hybrid cover. I drilled this ball 60 x 4 x 40 with a hole on my axis. I was again amazed at how this ball not only read the mid lane but really made a great move down the lane and really hit hard. To seperate out the 2 balls some I hit this ball with 3000 abralon and man did this ball come to life and was a great compliment to the other one. I have only tested it on fresh house so far but this ball will be in my tournament bag. With surface read the mids even better and still hit. These balls are a must.



Roto Grip Hustle S/A/Y

The Hustle is Roto Grips new balls in the HP1 series. These balls fall into there entry level performance category  but dont let that fool you. There is alot of ball with these 2 new releases. The first one i drilled was the Hustle S/A/Y which is a hybrid cover 2 parts pearl and 1 part solid.  I drilled mine 50 x 4 x 65 with a small hole down. I first used this on a house pattern and was very impressed with the motion on the lane. The ball was pretty clean and made a great move at the end of the pattern and really hit hard. This ball should be a good 3rd game ball for me in league.  The second time I used it was on the 3rd squad of Route 66 on old wood. This ball allowed me to move way in to the 5th arrow and was very clean and did exactly what i needed down the lane and still got it to hit even with me throwing 14#. Ended up shooting 671 and then made the TV show for our local Beat the Champ using this ball on TV for the win.