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Dirty Look
« on: October 15, 2012, 08:55:20 AM »
- Description: The Dirty Look is guaranteed to go longer than 900 Global's original ball in the series, "The Look." Your competition will give you one DIRTY LOOK when they see this ball in your arsenal.
- Coverstock:S 73 Pearl
- Color:Blue/Emerald Green PearlAll colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
- Finish:Polished
- Core Type: Asymmetric
- RG: 16#-2.512, 15#-2.532, 14#-2.553
- RG: Diff 16#-0.054, 15#-0.054, 14#-0.053   
- Description: Sometimes the oil dissipates and you have to play in the “dirt!" Introducing the new Dirty Look, a look for bowlers that need a clean path through the trenches up front and a powerful back end snap down lane. Built around a medium-high RG asymmetric core the S73 pearl shell will fuel this ball’s patience to conserve its energy until it’s needed most. Go ahead, get dirty!



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Re: Dirty Look
« Reply #16 on: January 13, 2013, 10:40:26 PM »

Length: 40ft

Volume: 23UL

Type challenge

Likes:The Dirty look is a great follow up to the look.  The high R/G gets the ball smooth through the head with a nice angular finish through the pins.  Like it on short oil or extreme outside line.

Dislikes: Long oil


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Re: Dirty Look
« Reply #17 on: January 31, 2013, 10:43:17 AM »

Length: 42ft

Volume: Medium to Heavy

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS


Likes: Hit and carry and "look" of the ball

Dislikes: Heavy oil and carrydown

Great carrying ball! The Dirty Look gives me the length and hit I need when the center gets thrifty with the amount of oil they lay down. Surprisingly controllable for a pearl, reminds me of the Storm Paradigm I had and loved. As with any pearl that is highly polished it doesn't take too well to carrydown or heavy volumes of oil, that is a job best left up to my Freight Train! Though I would think taking the factory down with one of the NEAT pads would allow this ball to be used on a wider variety of conditions due to the strong cover S73. All in all a great ball! Great job 900 Global!!
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Re: Dirty Look
« Reply #18 on: March 09, 2013, 01:36:21 PM »
The Dirty Look

Layout: 45x 4 1/2x 30

The Dirty Look should be everyones dream when the lanes open up or are medium volume and length with recovery are needed.

One of my leagues is bowled in a center where there is decent hold out side of 10 but absolutely no hold inside of 10. The Dirty Look has been a godsend to me on this pattern. It allows me to keep my feet deeper than most other balls do because they want to pick up too soon and never get right where they need to get. I see a strong move downlane and predictable length. Very little suprises out of this ball, it does as advertized and never quits at the pin deck.

On sport I prefer a smoother reaction. Strong backends get me into trouble causing me to get the ball going away from the pocket too much. Normally I don't use the Dirty Look on patterns where the backends are screaming. I have had good success on a few patterns once the the oil starts to push and I have a little hold down lane.

If you have questions please feel free to contact me.
Carl Hurd

Austintown Ohio (Wedgewood Lanes)

900 Global, AMF Staff Bowler

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