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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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All I can say so far with this ball is wow. I never had the Crux Pearl but I did have a Hyper Cell Skid that I miss placed and was looking for that kinda motion again and man did I find it. I drilled my Snap Lock 50 x 4 1/2 x 25 with a hole down. I feel this ball is going to be a great selling ball in the shop. You will not be let down by the perforance this ball gives. I love how easy this ball gets thru the front part of the lane and then it comes alive in the mid lane and backend. I cant wait to get some more games on this ball whether its in league or tournaments it will be with me.
This Solid Rocket Ship comes a 3000 with a sheen. Not shinney yet not dull. I drilled mine 50 x 4 1/4 x 40 with a hole down. I didnt have to much sucess with the Rocket. I did like the Sky Rocket when I had to get in and wheel it. So far the Rocket Ship is a beast of a ball. For a solid cover it is very quick respose for me. So far I have really only used it on a broken down 39 foot sport pattern but man does this ball have a motor in it. I think this is gonna be a ball that will be able to be used by multiple styles and conditions. I will have more than one in my bag. Time to stop in and get yours today.
This ball is the sister ball to the Storm Match. The Match Pearl come with a polished finish. I drilled mine 55 x 5 x 40. The condition I find this ball is best on is when the lanes are getting touchy in the fronts and you need a ball to get down the lane but not go sideways. Now this ball is pearl and is a little sesitive to the friction but with a slight scuff at 4000 it really helped me use this ball were maybe I would usually have to go to my Hectic and sometimes the Hectic is to much mid lane and backend. This ball is a must in my bag and should be in yours also.
This ball is a new addition to the Ride and Joyride line. The Match is a solid ball that comes 2000 out of the box. I drilled mine 55 x 4 1/2 x 45 with a small hole down. I have mostly used it on house patterns and find for me it is a ball I can use when the lanes start to break down and I need a ball that is cleaner. But dont be mistaken this ball still has a nice mid lane read and backend motion. I will also use this ball on some shorter sport patterns. Another great addition to the Storm line.
I drilled my Hywire 65 x 4 3/4 x 70. Based on how much I liked my Haywire I was really looking forward to this ball. Again another ball that didnt disappoint. Very clean thru the front and great backend motion. This ball is going to be a great addition to my tournament bag. Perfect ball when the lanes start to break down and you need some length and backend. If you have a haywire and it starts to burn up having a Hywire will allow you to stay in the same part of the lane and get that extra length and backend you are looking for.
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I drilled my Alpha Crux 55 x 5 x 40. Out of the box this ball was a bit strong so I took the shell to 3000 and all I can say is WOW. I have used this ball on several different shots and I have yet to be disappointed. If you have oil this ball loves it. Very versatile ball. Easy to read and strong mid lane and continuation down the lane. This is a must ball for the tournament bowler .