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Boo-Yah!
« on: July 07, 2015, 09:50:07 AM »
Ball NPS Score: 100.00
Description: The 900Global Boo-Yah! bowling ball was created to provide the tools that tournament bowlers need.  This ball uses a S20 Solid Urethane coverstock that offers early reaction and extraordinary control on
drier lane conditions.  The Y-Core is a high RG and low Diff symmetric core that brings late revs and low flare.


Features:

- Color: Black
- Coverstock: S20 Solid Urethane
- Finish: 1000 Grit
- Core: Y-Core symmetric
- RG: 2.61 (15# ball)
- Diff: 0.026 (15# ball)
- Recommended Lane Condition:  Light Oil

 

Jcasteel87

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Re: Boo-Yah!
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2015, 12:37:00 PM »
Speed    17-18 MPH
Rev rate   450
PAP   4-7/8 and 1/3 up
Axis Tilt   15 degrees
Axis Rotation   30 degrees
Boo-Yah!   70x5.5x35
When the lanes get dry or you are on an extreme over/under oil pattern condition this may be the ball of choice for you!  A urethane ball should be in everyone's bag because it is something that can be very useful when the lanes get rough. The Boo-Yah! provides that even ball motion that is ever so useful when the lanes are unpredictable. It won't give away the pocket, and still has great hitting power to mix up the pins. This ball does have a bit of hook to it, so it may be more useful on more conditions than the average urethane ball. If you constantly deal with a house that doesn't put out oil, you have really low ball speed/higher rev rate, or you are bowling on a shorter sport condition, this ball is a must have in your arsenal.   
Jimmy Casteel
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Greg Thomas

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Re: Boo-Yah!
« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2015, 02:34:54 AM »
Boo-Yah
Coverstock: S20™ Solid Urethane
Finish: 1000 Grit
Color: Black
Core: Y-Core™ Symmetric
Tour Preferred
2.61 Radius of gyration
.026 Differential
Positive Axis Point 5 7/16 by 1/4 up
Layout 4 1/2 x 4 x 2 1/2

  I'm very pleased that 900 Global has released a urethane bowling ball for their upcoming line this year and it is called the BOO-YAH.  Urethane still has its place in today's game especially for the high revving players and for those bowlers who can't generate enough ball speed.  I sure miss the old school days and every once in a while we will see a pattern that reminds me of that.  Those dry over under house shot patterns and those short sport patterns like Cheetah will work great for the BOO-YAH.  Hey you never know when you might need to go back in time a little, so get yourself a BOO-YAH and get some added performance for YOUR game.

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Re: Boo-Yah!
« Reply #3 on: July 13, 2015, 12:05:39 PM »
Boo-Yah
Coverstock: S20™ Solid Urethane
Finish: 1000 Grit
Color: Black
Core: Y-Core™ Symmetric
Tour Preferred
2.61 Radius of gyration
.026 Differential

This is one of two releases in 900 Global's tour preferred series of bowling balls. The equipment for this lineup is designed for tournament bowlers as well as bowlers who bowl in different centers. The Boo-Yah has a Urethane cover with a High Rg and low diff core. This ball should be in the bag for any bowler bowling on short patterns or any truly over/under pattern. With the 1000 grit cover, this ball was a bit of surprise for how much if can read the lane. Pin is above ring 4 inches from axis with no hole. So far I have thrown it on some house shots and the ball blends out any wet/dry I have ever encountered. It does allow me to get on top of the friction and just let the ball read the pattern. This will be fantastic when bowling on any of the short patterns. This ball is a must have for those drier lanes or anything wet/dry. Let me know if you have any questions.
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Re: Boo-Yah!
« Reply #4 on: July 14, 2015, 07:35:13 AM »
Drilled mine pin down below ring finger, cg stacked.  This ball was actually pretty strong oob.  I hit mine with a 4000 grit pad and it tamed down for what I needed it for.
The Boo-Yah is great for the dry and also if you want to play in the track.  Mine has a nice even roll and very good carry and roll through the pocket.  Very glad that 900 Global came out with a urethane ball as I bring mine for both the dry and also for picking up spares, great ball to add to a tournament bag.
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Re: Boo-Yah!
« Reply #5 on: July 15, 2015, 12:26:04 AM »
The Boo-Yah is a great ball when the lanes get tough and you have no other options!  I have my Boo-yah drilled pin above the ring finger and the cg kicked out 35 degrees.  Compared to my Chemical X which drilled exactly the same.  The Boo-Yah gives me 7 boards more room to find the pocket!  Everyone needs a urethane option and this is your ball! Rich Miller 900 Global Regional Staffer.

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Re: Boo-Yah!
« Reply #6 on: August 01, 2015, 09:20:20 AM »
LANE CONDITION

Length:32ft

Volume:

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc):sport pattern (wolf)


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Likes:The Boo-Yah!, is a great urethane ball that you can use on these short sport patterns with great success. My first three games with it on Wolf pattern I shot 675. This ball gives you the type of smooth urethane reaction that you will need on these shorter sport patterns or when the lanes break down for higher rev and slower ball speed players. Also its a great ball to have to shoot your spares with also. This ball is a must have in your tournament arsenal especially. I left mine at OOB at 1000 grit. I layed this one out 45 x 4 x 35. My ball is speed is 15-16 mph and rev rate is 375. Thanks again 900 Global for giving us another a ball that is definitely needed for tournament bowling!

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Re: Boo-Yah!
« Reply #7 on: August 05, 2015, 12:56:11 AM »
When I first heard of this release I initially thought that this would be my new spare ball because my plastic ball has seen better days. After testing this one I have a new spare ball and then some. Throughout the summer months, the local center that I practice in cuts their oil units in half. Needless to say if you go to practice you are either combating over/under or watching everything roll out. When using the Boo Ya it smoothed out the over under reaction and was continuous through the pin deck. This will by no means be the first ball out of your bag but if you are looking for that classic urethane reaction, something to combat wet/dry conditions or a new spare ball give this one a look.

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Re: Boo-Yah!
« Reply #8 on: August 06, 2015, 06:37:55 PM »
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Re: Boo-Yah!
« Reply #9 on: October 15, 2015, 05:59:54 PM »
900 Global BOO-YAH
#15.2
3.5" pin
2.5 oz top

Rt. hand
14-15 mph
PAP 4 9/16

Drilling: 4 by 4, pin down, 4000 T pad
Volume 38-41ft
THS, Kegel Challenge Series, Sport

Drilled my BOO-YAH right over label, pin down.  Happy to see a urethane ball from Global and was surprised by the aggressive reaction out of box.  Hooked up a little quick for my speed.  Took 4000 T pad to it and it became a flashback of my junior league days throwing a Faball Black Hammer!  Smooth and consistent with still enough pop to get the 10 out!  Should be an awesome ball on torched conditions.  Could jam it and get away with a little 5 board swing.  Light pocket was strikes all day.  AND I can use it as a spare ball as well.  Took it to the Luster King for a 2 minute shine and saw a skid/pop reaction  Let me move about 3 and 2 right with my feet once polished..  Either way this ball is a winner when the lanes get tough and you need to grind.

Joe Arvai

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Re: Boo-Yah!
« Reply #10 on: December 08, 2015, 03:50:19 PM »
Very impressive urethane ball.  This ball is extremely predictable and hard hitting.  Don't kid yourself.  This thing really hooks.  For dry lanes or even short patterns on sport shot lane conditions, this is a good ball to have in your bag.  I am a big fan.  You see people have options when they know that they are holding onto one of these.  It really is something to be amazed by when it comes out.  It looks good and people can score with it.  I have it in reserve at all times in my arsenal.  You never know when you find a place where it's skills are required.





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Re: Boo-Yah!
« Reply #11 on: December 08, 2015, 11:05:22 PM »

S20 Solid coverstock
Y-Core Symmetric core
1000-grit finish
Basic "label" layout (pin up & right, CG @ center of span)
Pin - 3.5"
RG - 2.61
Diff - .026
Right-handed cranker
17-18 mph ballspeed
41'-THS, medium/heavy volume

The Boo-Yah fits right in with the rest of the 900 Global equipment! And, it's my first urethane ball in 20 years! This video was created with a relatively strong layout, and was the first time the ball had touched the lanes. I was quite surprised and impressed at how much the ball moved off the breakpoint. This ball is a masterpiece of length and "pop" off the spot! ! When the lanes are simply too tough for the reactive resins, this ball will allow you to control those spotty areas and still hit the pocket with energy; you're only reaction to your opponents will be "BOO-YAH!"

Kyle Wilkes
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Re: Boo-Yah!
« Reply #12 on: April 21, 2016, 03:24:41 PM »
900 Global Boo-Yah.
S20 Solid Urethane
1000 Grit
Y-Core Symmetric core
Pin below bridge

The 900 Global Boo-Yah is a fantastic ball when control is a necessity. The ball gives an incredibly predictable motion through the mid lane and down lane. It does have a fairly dull coverstock so there can be some early hook but it is quite easy to manage and the ball does a very good job of retaining enough energy to mix up the pins. This is a great ball for dealing with over/under, drier house patterns, and shorter sport patterns.

Brent Ritchie
900 Global Regional Staff Member