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« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
Ball NPS Score: 100.00
- Color: Black/Red/Carmel
- Coverstock: Level 2 Reactive
- Factory Finish: 800/1000/2000 Abralon
- A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
- RG: 16#-2.51, 15#-2.50, 14#-2.49, 13#-2.53, 12#-2.60
- RG Differential: 16#-.049, 15#-.060, 14#-.057, 13#-.055, 12#-.039
- Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy Oil
- Description: Itís about representing yourself in a way that demands respect in everything you do, just like TNBA. Since 1939, TNBA has been commanding the respect of competitive bowlers around the world. Now thereís a ball that can command that same level of respect - the Swagga. Get your Swagga today at your local pro shop. A portion of the proceeds from each Swagga sold will benefit TNBA .



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Re: Swagga
« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2010, 10:58:41 AM »
15# 3-4 inch pin.

Drilled pin on midline 1" above grip center and mass bias in a 45* angle.

For me this ball has a strong sweeping motion on the back end and the carry is unbelievable. I used it on a variety of house patterns and I would say that it really stood out on medium to medium heavy oil. It revs up quick to give you mid-lane control but doesn't expend all of its energy and has plenty left to get the corners out.
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Re: Swagga
« Reply #2 on: January 25, 2011, 02:05:29 PM »

Length:  40'


Volume:  Don't know

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc):  house pattern



Likes:  I love the way this ball react on the backend. 








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Re: Swagga
« Reply #3 on: February 07, 2011, 09:59:08 PM »

Length: 41 ft
Volume: medium

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS


This is a ball that can be used on a fresh medium or medium-heavy shot.  As the medium shot starts to breakdown, this ball might be a bit too much.  This is a pretty strong core in a relatively strong cover.  The ball likes to read the middle and late midlane and still has decent strength at the breakpoint to create strong entry angle.  That's the reason why it appears so good on the fresh medium shot while hitting a bit flat when they break down.  This ball will have more life with a heavier oil pattern.  Polishing provides some additional length, allowing it to be played a bit longer on a medium volume pattern.

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