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Nsane Lev RG
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
Ball NPS Score: Not Available
Core Type: EZ Rev
Mass Bias Differential: .035
60 Degree Avg. Spin Time: 4.8 seconds
Coverstock: RDX Pearl Reactive
Factory Finish: 4000 Grit
Flare Potential: Large
Differential: .052
RG: 2.482
Color: Cherry & Burgundy All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.

Description: Taking Angularity to an all new level by making the strongest core in history even stronger and wrapping it around our all new RDX Pearl cover, ''Nsane LevRG offers the most Radical, Dynamic, and eXplosive backend reaction ever seen in the bowling world!

 

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Re: Nsane Lev RG
« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2007, 06:59:50 PM »
O.K. I know I was the first to review this ball and said it was amazing. That was before I began running into problems. The layout I originally had was 80x2.5x40; something to get downlane with a controllable backend. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THE 2.5" PIN. Mo likes to use it but it has only been inconsistent for me. The ball couldnt decide when to flip or when to slide. So the new layout I got was 80x4x30. Even with the 2nd angle at 30 degrees, it still didnt flip hard, or hook at all. So I sanded it from 4000 to 500, using all the grits in between and still couldnt get the ball to read the lane. I put 3 coats of Neo Tac Control It on it and finally I got a backend. Now the ball flips harder than any other ball I have. Works well on Jr. Gold Medium Pattern and burned up chameleon patterns. Not a bad ball if you can find the right layout. If you dont understand what the angle measures mean, go to www.morichbowling.com and read about "dual angle layout."

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Re: Nsane Lev RG
« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2007, 03:04:04 AM »
Ok I bought this ball yesterday as i did with my levrg is everything i wanted and more.  I had a buddy of mine who is a pretty good whole puncher drill this up and my levrg with almost identical setups because of the different stock covers.  Pin at 12 oclock about an inch above (these both are 2-3 inch pins) cg in mid to top right palm i believe i will have to check that and the mass bias at a 4 oclock off of my thumb.  threw this ball last night in a drier house and just loved how smooth it was and how it read the lane and reacted harder when it needed and how it let off and held the line when it needed. i had been having trouble with my NV's and other pieces of equipment rolling out on me lately and wanted a backend ball that would finish through the pocket and this ball does it all.  with only a few practice shots i come out of the gate with a 220 one open and then i string the first 10 and leave a stubborn 7 pin to shoot 289 and then finish with a 212 for 721.  if your looking for a ball that you can play with for a 3 game set and not have to switch you a lesser hooking ball or a more aggresive ball this is the one. this ball does what you do to it. by that i mean if you lay off little and play straighter the ball will let you and if you need to swing it with more revs it can also do that.  need any more specs or questions let me know

Chris from muncie
i will review this ball further in a few weeks

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Re: Nsane Lev RG
« Reply #3 on: December 13, 2007, 10:15:42 PM »
As I stated before I'm a stroker with med-low revs and average to above average speed. I bowl on synthetic lanes on a typical house shot and throw between the 1st and 2nd arrows usually.

I just bought this ball and subbed with it last night. I've had so much success with the LevRG that I couldn't wait to get the N'Sane. Mo did not disappoint again, I shot 714 out of the box. My pro shop guy drilled this ball a little differently for me with a forward roll type drilling in order to give me more control. I'm glad he did because this ball has monster backend. I had to throw hard all night and I was about 2-4 boards left with my feet than I stand with my polished LevRG on the same shot. Granted, my LevRG has over 100 games on it and is not quite the ball it used to be but jeez. I had to be careful not to make a mistake to the left because if I pulled it or missed left the ball would hook through the nose on the backend, even then it either carried the shot or left me with a makeable spare. Once again the carry is unbelievable. I didn't have to move all night as long as I kept my speed up, I only moved right two boards on one lane because of a little carrydown in the later games. In short, this ball (for me) has more length and more backend then the LevRG but I can't slow roll it, it will have none of that and wants to be thrown hard at least until the newness wears off and I break it in a little.

Thanks again Mo for helping make me a better bowler than I believe I deserve to be because of your technology. Ka-ching, Mo just got richer!

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Re: Nsane Lev RG
« Reply #4 on: December 16, 2007, 05:59:16 PM »
I'm a stoker, that's very accurate and precise.  I picked this ball up last week and finally wanted to post a review.  I have the ball drilled with the pin slightly to the right and above ring finger, small weight hole, I believe 35 degrees and the pin is about five inches.  

This ball is the strongest roller I have ever thrown. I purchase a lot of balls each year, roughly 10 + per year and in the last five years, this has to be the best one as of yet.  What I like about this ball, it goes fairly long and when it turns, it rolls and doesn't stop.  There's no flip, just a hard roll, which destroys the pins.  I'm amazed with the power it has when it hit's the pocket.  I left it box finish and plan to do so.  I purchased the Rising, Resurgence, Sting and Black Widow Pearl this year and by far, this ball hits and roll's the hardest.    I usually don't get that impressed with new balls, but I did with this one.

I hope it last and doesn't loose it's luster.

Way to go Mo!


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Re: Nsane Lev RG
« Reply #5 on: December 21, 2007, 04:52:07 PM »
First off went with mo's skid flip drilling and this ball does not flip it rolls smooth and controlable it has overall less hook than my highly polished storm shift. With that said I would not change a thing I was highly supriside that I was able to go faily strait with this ball. Over all this is the best carring ball I have ever thrown. 796 (238,269,289) first night out no practice, If you like to play strait and are looking for a ball that will not over react to the dry this is the ball. If you want to cover the lane there are much better choses.

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Re: Nsane Lev RG
« Reply #6 on: January 01, 2008, 05:20:21 PM »
Ok here is what I seen,
all I can say is, this ball is just (in-sane)
MB was layed out behind the thumb
pin next to ring finger all most like the control lay out on mo's sheet.
stayed with this ball all 3 games
just to see what happen when the lanes dry out
8 bowlers on the pair.
early shift
only shot 670
With this in mind I have many ballS by Mo 2/TA. WMB. TSA. 2/AR. SA. SAH.

The N'Sane is Mo's best ball to date and the bench mark of any ball to beat or match

Sunday night I was making slow moves just to see how the ball would make the turn on the backend, next time I will be making bigger moves.

At least from what I seen this ball needs oil. when the lanes breaks down I had to move in more and keep it in the oil

Started in at 13-14 @15' out to 8 about 45' feet
what a turn this ball makes on the back end,
It has very good length with a very fast turn to the backend.

I never had a ball that goes, That long and make a hard turn left so quickly.

I did learned that all you need to do is get the ball started. If I tried to get on the ball it started up to quick. leaving a 4 pin or even an 8 pin

this ball will do all the work just give it room
not to much hand is required. The stamp on the side of the ball tells it all ez rev.

the RDX PEARL COVER STOCK
IS WHAT IS SAYS Radical. Dynamic, eXplosive backend ever seen in the bowling world.

Mo has a N'Sane ball that has the LevRG
that will be hard to match. this is one of his best balls to date.

The flyer talks about strongest core in history of bowling. strongest backend ball in the history of bowling.

It just makes me think how much better can mo can make other balls to come. it can only be a Total N'Sane hooking ball.

you have to be N'Sane not to get one.

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Re: Nsane Lev RG
« Reply #7 on: January 08, 2008, 01:43:52 AM »

Picked ball up earlier,was drilled to recommended specs. I'm a lefty. Not enough initial reaction on oil. Brought coverstock down below 2000 and got alot more of the back end snap that this ball is supposedly known for. Broke 700 (with a 278) and I am pleased with the hitting power and carry. I would however go with the LEVRG for a stronger ball.

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Re: Nsane Lev RG
« Reply #8 on: January 15, 2008, 02:05:11 PM »
SPECS: Dual Angle layout, long and strong reaction PAP is 4 7/8 inches out mass bias about 1 inch away from the thumb. Sorry I don't have the angles on hand will get them soon. Box Finish.

HOUSE 1: Heavy oil and a nasty out of bounds most bowlers in the league are playing up the track so it is burned out quickly while the rest of the oil holds up very well. oil is down to 41-45 feet in my estimation. Had been using a Shock and Awe on this pattern previous to buying Nsane. I go about 15-13 at the arrows when the night starts throwing out to about 7-8 and get a very strong reaction off the backend not snappy though very controllable at the break as the night wears on I move inside of 15 and move the break point to the right out to 5 or so projecting the ball past the dry boards, Still very controllable as long as I have oil in the heads and some in the mids. Rips the rack rolls right through it and never slows down, tosses messengers everywhere typical Mo power.


Compare: to S&A Nsane is probably a touch earlier and a little smoother than a S&A drilled to do the same thing I noticed the Nsane was retaining more energy for the pins even though it was revving up in more oil.

Overall: I must say with my speed I usually don't see many pearl reactives revving up where there is some oil Nsane does and it does it very well I was surprised by that alot, ball retains energy even as I have moved deeper is strong enough in oil to be played deep inside I didn't have to slow down much to do this which was also a pleasant surprise. Hit and Carry the Mo normal, even when played deeper inside. I will be adding more to this review as I go get more games on it in other houses so stay tuned.
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Re: Nsane Lev RG
« Reply #9 on: January 15, 2008, 02:50:06 PM »
Never threw a MoRich (always been a Columbia 300 Man) before so I figured why not try the N-Sane LevRG.  Right hander carry averages of 211 & 218 simple down and in player. Not the best bowler but I can hold my own. This ball has got to be one of the best I ever stuck my fingers into.  Fourth game out of the box I shot my first 300 of my 44 year bowling career, then turned around 2 weeks later and put together a 756 series with a 288.  Ball doesn't over react to any lane condition, have it drilled to go long but if I set it down too soon it still holds pocket.  All you need to do is to remember to keep your speed and don't be stupid.  I Play boards ranging from the 4th to the 12 boards, strictly a down and in player.  I don't dissect the lanes and game like a lot of players do and for that matter I let my driller lay out all of my balls.  He has seen my game and I have all the faith in him when I give him a ball he know exactly how to drill it to fit my game.  This is the first MoRich but you can best believe that it won't be the last.  

Shout out to Brian Hatcher, Maximum Pro Shop, St. Clair Shores, Michigan. Credit him with helping me achieve my first goal, my "300" now onto the next.  That beloved "800" series....................




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Re: Nsane Lev RG
« Reply #10 on: January 18, 2008, 04:40:46 PM »
practiced with it a little a few days before league and had noticed that pin carry was awesome. Took it league today and attempted to use it the first game but couldn't fit my thumb in( MIchigan winter i assume, left my stuff in the car)but somehow scraped together an ugly 202. Took the ball to the proshop to get the thumbhole opened up a little bit and YES! 278, 276 for the last two. Really didn't have to move at all just a bit more hand the last game. Ball didn't jump at all but had a nice strong move with outstanding carry. Even the other team was commenting on how loud the ball was hitting. I will revise after i get some more games on it. Later.

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Re: Nsane Lev RG
« Reply #11 on: January 19, 2008, 12:52:43 AM »
well i never used morich untill i got this ball and let me say ive never used a better ball great ball motion throughout heads and controlable to the pocket. i drilled mine the control drilling and it has a nice smooth arc to the pocket and hits like a truck and ive had at least 5 people at my home lanes use it and now they ordered them ive had this ball for a few weeks now and ive shot 8 279's a 775 and a 290. this bal is great for many conditions i bowl out if more than one house and in a pba experiance league and i can use this ball on anything from somewhat dry mixed shot lanes to the shark pattern and it works great i give it a 10. keep up the good work mo.

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Re: Nsane Lev RG
« Reply #12 on: February 06, 2008, 05:54:18 PM »
My N'sane LevRG is drilled with a length drilling. Even though this ball is drilled with a length drilling it still rolls earlier than i expected. When in the pocket this ball carries everything. But i have a very hard time getting this ball to the pocket.This ball does not allow you to move inside, when moving inside the ball does not move off of the spot. I am dissatitisfied with the result of this ball.

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Re: Nsane Lev RG
« Reply #13 on: February 17, 2008, 09:10:57 PM »
JAW DROPPER!

SPECS: Dual angle layout unknown angles but the idea was for lenght and flip we got it right! Box Finish.

HOUSE 1: Thin oil that is longer heavy in the center average in the track heavy on the outside, oil is not heavy  enough to support the use of a solid reactive or particle ball they just burnout before they get to the pins was using a S&A until I got N'sane when the night starts I go about 16 at the arrows wide break point 9-5 will make it back flush. N'sane has amazing lenght it just glides across the first 30 feet just flies through the heavier center oil when it touches the lighter juice in the track though it is on ball revs up and roars back just rips the rack apart and never stops revving until it comes back up on the return rack.

HOUSE 2: Brunswick synthetics, Heavy oil all around here the house recently started pulling oil off the heads and adding more to the mid lane thus killing off some backend esspecially with pearl reactives. First time with N'sane was a doubles tourney 2 games into qualifying my Seek and Destroy was getting picky I grabbed N'sane and went about 19 at the arrows 5 at the break point didn't think it was coming back was wrong as soon as the ball hit 5 she came screaming in with a vengeance murdered the pins once again it didn't stop just ran through the pins awesome continuation. HOWEVER! on the fresh shot a couple of weeks later I grabbed N'sane decided to start with it, not a good idea. Went from 12 at the arrows to about 5 at the break ball stood up and went no further

CARRY AND HITTING POWER: are amazing per Mo's usual, if it is gets close to the 1-3 its lights out messengers are flying all over. nothing stands a chance especially on light mixers pins get butchered.

OVERALL: Great addition to my arsenal it is my bench mark now it goes where I do. Amazing lenght and amazing recovery as long as the backend is clean and their is not to much head oil. if their is to much juice this ball just skates past a simple would fix it or slowing my speed but I have other equipment for that type of condition. All in all a great piece one of my favorites in the bag.
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Re: Nsane Lev RG
« Reply #14 on: February 18, 2008, 11:40:09 PM »
Drilled two of these.  First time I've ever drilled two of the same ball, and having a core with this strong of a MB, thought this was an excellent choice to see the difference in reaction.  Drilled one 75-4-25, and the other one 25-4-25 by Mo's dual angle layout system.  In throwing these two side by side, I have seen what I expected to.  The 75 goes a foot or two longer, and is a bit quicker off the spot than the 25.  The 25 gives me a little more hold, and I think I'm going to put just a touch of surface on the 25 to accentuate the difference between the two a bit more.  The hit and carry on these balls is pheonomenal.  The 75 'NSane has already paid for itself in sidepots in my PBA league, and still trying to find where to fit the 25 in in my arsenal.  These were two very good pick ups for me, and an excellent fit for the middle of my lineup.