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Respect
« on: January 27, 2015, 11:23:50 AM »
Ball NPS Score: 100.00
Features: - Color: Blue/Silver/Steel All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
- Coverstock: 79 Alert Hybrid
- Finish: 1500 Grit, Polished
- Core: Tetra Symmetric
- Recommended Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Oil

 

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Re: Respect
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2015, 09:46:04 PM »
Respect   
Drilling:   Pin between fingers stacked
Surface:   OOB 1500 Polish
Lane condition:   41 ft THS
Description:   This ball deserves all the respect. One of the strongest shiny balls I've thrown recently. The coverstock is extremely aggressive, and it matches well with the tetra symmetric core that was showcased earlier this year in the Moxie. This ball will get more length than the Moxie with an extremely aggressive backend motion. One aspect about this ball that I've seen so far is the fact that it allows me to play many different angles due to the forgiving core dynamics. If I want to play up the boards, it allows me to do that on the fresh because of the clean length through the covers, but if I want to move into the lane and fight some of the oil it still will roll strong. If you are looking for the go to ball on a med-heavy shot this will be a great choice.
Jimmy Casteel
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Evansville, IN

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Re: Respect
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2015, 09:19:49 AM »
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Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS


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Likes:  I drilled this ball with the pin above the ring finger with cg pretty stacked.  think it was 4 1/2 pin to pap.  First house I tried it on has really crisp backends and the Respect would clear the heads very easily and then just snap once it hit the backends.  I could literally play as deep as I wanted at this house and not worry about the Respect not making it back to the pocket.  At the other house this ball really had a good look and roll.  Cleared the heads very well and made a nice move on the backend, but a very controllable move.  I could also play a lot deeper than I could with the Dream without the Respect getting squirty in the oil.  Very good core with cover matchup and will be a great ball for anyone looking for a shiny ball that is aggressive.  I am hoping to drill another one of these with a pin down layout to control the backend a little bit more.  Will do another review with that ball. 

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Re: Respect
« Reply #3 on: January 31, 2015, 01:01:21 PM »


Length: 41ft THS

     I drilled mine with the pin next to the ring with a hole 1" down off my PAP of 5. I would be speed dominant with a high revs player. No surface change 730 OOB. This ball gets through the heads clean and has a very strong back end motion. Strong polished ball with a continuous not skid flip back end motion. The Respect is the ball when you need to get through the heads on fresh conditions, or when you have to get in and hook it. Order yours today at K&K Bowling Services Las Vegas.

Chris Sharpe
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Re: Respect
« Reply #4 on: February 02, 2015, 11:56:45 PM »
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Likes:How easily the ball clears the heads.

Dislikes:none

I drilled my respect pin above middle finger(5 1/2')pin. the ball easily clears the heads and has a strong backend motion (a little more angular than my other equipment.Have used the Respect on Fresh with great ball motion and even when you move to 5 arrow it is clean and you can open up the lane. I would say this the strongest pearl ball that i have ever thrown. Send to the right and it still recovers and continues thru the pins/

Duane Deem
900 Global Amateur Staff

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Features: - Color: Blue/Silver/Steel All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
- Coverstock: 79 Alert Hybrid
- Finish: 1500 Grit, Polished
- Core: Tetra Symmetric
- Recommended Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Oil

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Re: Respect
« Reply #5 on: February 05, 2015, 02:32:04 PM »
900 Global Respect
#15.4
3.5" pin
3.5oz top

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

Drilling: 5" x 5", pin up
Volume 38-41ft
THS, Kegel Challenge Series

Drilled the new Respect from Global with one of my favorite layouts: 5" x 5" pin up.  This ball carries the big WOW factor with it!  This one brings big-time backend to the lanes.  Was extremely impressed with the aggressiveness of the hybrid cover.  I do get enough mid-lane reaction to go along with a huge backend that at my ball speed of 14-15mph I can get as deep as I want on THS and this ball turns the corner!  In comparison more skid/flip than the Moxie, Moxie earlier and smoother.  The Respect OOB finish of 1500 grit polished perfect for my style.  Color scheme way cool rolling down the lane!  This is a touch the head-pin and what em' fly ball.  742 1st time out on the lanes with it.  If you're looking for "respect" on the lanes this is your ball of choice!

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Re: Respect
« Reply #6 on: February 16, 2015, 08:02:15 AM »
LANE CONDITION

Length:41ft and 39 ft

Volume:29ml    22ml

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc):THS and 2014 USBC Team Pattern


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If you want a strong ball that is angular on the back, look no further. When I threw the Respect on the THS fresh, it was a little too over under. But you can take a little of factory polish off and hit it with "A" pad which is equivalent to 3000, this ball will be in play. However the ball was at its best and shined when I was able to move deeper into pattern and open up the lane after the front part of lane opened up a bit. Read the oil when I got it in and was nice and angular down the lane when I got it wide. Throwing the Respect on USBC 2014 Team pattern, was same issue as on THS, ball was not as much over under once the track had broken down and ball made lanes look easier than they were on Team pattern. This ball definitely has a place in your bag and when you are able to use it, you will dominate the competition and get your respect! I drilled mine with pin above ring, which is a five inch pin for me. This ball has a unique ball motion, different than alot of 900 Global previous offerings. Definitely a keeper. Thanks again 900 Global!

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Re: Respect
« Reply #7 on: February 17, 2015, 10:00:42 AM »
Personal Specs:
17 MPH, 375 rev rate, 4.25 over 3/4 up pap

First thing I noticed about this ball was how sweet the color combination looks it's very eye appealing but that is not the most important feature to this ball.

The reaction from the Respect is something I can say I haven't seen in a 900 ball ever.  It's low Rg core helps the ball pick up in the mids and the cover gives the ball a strong angular motion at the break point.  On THS I was able to use this ball all 3 games but where the ball shined was when I needed to move in and open up the lane from in.

I can see this ball in all types of bowlers hands from speed dominate to rev dominate players.

Great work 900 this one is a keeper!!!  Please let me know if you have any question I would be more than happy to help.

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Re: Respect
« Reply #8 on: February 17, 2015, 10:12:24 AM »
Looking for a little respect on the lanes?  The respect from 900 Global is a must add this ball is very clean through the front and mid lane and has an aggressive motion on the backend. Drilled pin above bridge for me makes this an everyday ball on your typical house shot. For anyone needing that strong skid flip look for when the lanes break down the respect is no doubt the way to go.

Tony Caruso
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Donny Carr

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Re: Respect
« Reply #9 on: February 17, 2015, 11:42:15 AM »
I have rolled a few hybrid balls in my lifetime but by far the Respect
has more backend recovery than any hybrid that I have rolled. This ball gives me
at least two to three miss boards to the right of my target and still gets back to the pocket
strong and flush. Great for Medium conditions and Medium–Heavy for those with slower ball speeds. Put your favorite drill on it and increase your pin carry. You have to put this one in your bag.
Donny Carr 900Global/Amf Staff
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Re: Respect
« Reply #10 on: February 17, 2015, 01:40:35 PM »
This ball is insanely versatile!! From your THS (typical house shot) to original wood lanes to a sport shot, I have used this ball on many different lane conditions, on almost every part of the lane!

Ball motion: Smooth through the front part of the lane, strong mid-lane read and then goes through the pins very hard!

This is the strongest shiny ball I have seen in a very long time. LOVE THIS BALL!!

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Re: Respect
« Reply #11 on: February 17, 2015, 02:04:57 PM »
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Re: Respect
« Reply #12 on: February 17, 2015, 07:45:06 PM »
 :)Clean through the heads with a strong move on the back.  Great ball to open up the lane.   Probably to strong down lane on fresh longer patterns without a surface adjustment for high tilt  or slower ball speed players.   One of the biggest backend balls in the Global line.  Could be a great USBC nationals ball.  For me a little cleaner than the Dream with a little more backend.  Would compliment a Moxie or Dream On to make a great one two punch.

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Re: Respect
« Reply #13 on: February 19, 2015, 10:04:20 AM »
Drilling: 4 ½ x 6 x4
Pap: 4 3/8 x ¼ up
Finish: Box Finish
Lane Condition: 40 Foot THS
Summary:  I drilled my Respect with the pin under the center of my bridge and the CG stacked with Factory Finish.  This provides me with a layout that is very predictable.  I am very impressed with the motor of this ball.  This ball has no problem getting through the front part of the lanes with ease while still maintaining a very strong angular finish on the back ends.   I am able to use this ball to go straight up the boards with a strong motion off the end of the pattern as well as to be able to get in and wheel on it.  I had a hard time finding a way to make this ball not respond down lane.  This ball is a must have for all levels of bowler.
Sean Daniels – Global900 Staff Player
Aloha, Oregon

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Re: Respect
« Reply #14 on: February 19, 2015, 09:50:31 PM »
I recently was given the opportunity to join the 900 global family as a regional staff member, with that being said the first of these amazing group of balls I fell in love with was my RESPECT!

I drilled my respect with the pin barely above my ring finger and the cg is kicked out about 30 degrees. 

This ball is my go to ball out of the bag on any pattern I am bowling on. It reacts strongly through the oil but is not overly aggressive when it gets to the dry. This ball drives through the pins harder than anything that I have ever thrown!

The respect is a definite must have in your bag! Thanks 900 Global for the best equipment on the market!

Taylor Evans
900 Global Regional Staff Member