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Awesome Revs
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
First Tri-Colored Pearlized Particle to give you strong angularity on medium and heavy oil conditions. Please note that due to color swirls during manufacturing, actual swirl patterns and concentrations may differ from this sample.
Drilling Layouts

Track Control Sharp Break Point Forward Roll
High
(PAP > 5-1/4")      
Medium
(PAP 4-1/2" to 5-1/4")    
Low
(PAP < 4-1/2")    
 
Core Type:
 Vanguard Strong Asymmetrical with dual torque cap  Mass Bias Differential:  .029
60 Degree Avg. Spin Time:  5.1 seconds  Coverstock:  C4 Pearlized Particle
Factory Finish:  Compound  Flare Potential:  Medium/Large
Differential:  .053  RG:  2.492
Weights (pounds):  13, 14, 15, 16  Color:  Blue/Red/Yellow

 

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Re: Awesome Revs
« Reply #16 on: November 20, 2007, 02:04:00 PM »
I got this ball about 2 weeks ago.  This ball works pretty well for me, it works best on medium-medium/heavy conditions.  It has a fair amount of pin action, i wouldnt say the best, but not too shabby either.  I use an epx as my main ball in heavy oil and if i leave a spare or split i usually can pick it up with this ball because of its predictability.  I would give this ball a 7/10.  Pretty good ball overall.
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Columbia Action Packed>>Columbia Epx T1>>Dynothane Anomaly>>Ebonite Tidal Wave Wipeout>>Morich Awesome Revs>>Storm Tropical Storm>>Track Arsenal Angular>>Track Clear Glove>>Track Sheer Havoc



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Re: Awesome Revs
« Reply #17 on: December 09, 2007, 05:00:48 PM »
SPECS: Pin under Ring mass bias out 3 inches weight hole to increase flare and 3 coats of Storm Polish and a extra hole for flare

HOUSE 1: Wood lanes heavy in the middle light on the outside, I was surprised I thought this ball would jump early from the beginning of the night but it held just long enough, I went from 14 at the arrows to about 8 at the break I had to pick my speed up just a little to get some extra length and the got the break point down to about 44.  Revs would pick up and make a smooth move  to the pins no jumps or snaps carry was just sick as long as the ball hit the 1-3 they were all going down.

HOUSE 2: Tournament shot similar to Chameleon with a little more juice. Enter Revs 15 at the arrow out to ten the extra oil held Revs just past 45 feet and it flew into the pins nice and controlled but a stronger break than on the previous house. Carry again was fantastic, the pins wee jumping out of the way before the ball got to them. As this pattern broke down I went left inside of 15 at the arrows and picked up the ball speed this worked for a little while but Rev's cover was just to strong and I had to put it away after the second game.

I had this ball for quite awhile, never really had sucess till the past couple of weeks. When I first got it early in the season I had it box finish and it was way to strong no good reaction even with my ball speed I couldn't get the ball down the lane for crap. Polish came first and that didn't work very well then a balancing hole and finally the ball was long enough to use. Ball has smooth arc with the drill pattern and is not jumpy at all even with polish and the extra hole very controllable off the break point and predictable a good ball to come out of the bag first. Hit and carry is just devastating I couldn't belive some of the stuff I was seeing on the pin deck, ball just rolled right through the pins kept on turning all the way.

Compare: To my HPP, HPP's pattern is pin under bridge. Revs has alot more power than HPP it can handle more oil, Revs is earlier than the HPP  other than that the two balls have almost Indentical reactions and carry. They make a great one two punch on various conditions.

Things to consider: Drill the ball to a little later unless you have alot of ball speed I throw 18-22 MPH and I couldn't get this ball down the lane in box Finish. It is not often I have that issue. Overall great ball when I got the ball in the proper condition.
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John D Davis

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Re: Awesome Revs
« Reply #18 on: December 11, 2007, 11:16:41 PM »
Im a high rev slower ball speed kind of player. My PAP is 3 3/8 over and 1 5/8 up...

1st Revs= Pin is slightly above my ring finger placeing the mass bias at 30" and 2 1/2" from my thumb. (Surface is 4000 Abralon Polished with Black Magic XL)

2nd Revs= Pin is 2 inches above my fingers placeing the mass bias straight across from my thumb and 2 1/2" inches away. Weight hole was placed on my PAP (Surface is at 500 Abralon with Clean and Dull)

I dont really get alot of hook from these two balls. Not like some of the people that has said in the reviews. They are however INCREDIBLE rolling balls! They blend the lane better than any other mo rich ball I have tried. This make the adjustments much smaller and much more simple I feel. I feel all styles of bowlers will love this ball even including the crankers when placed with the right surface. This ball doesnt quiet rev up like the Awsome Flip but it is in fact next in line for reving up in the midlane. I have even been bowling and seen people lose reaction in their equipment and where I was playing the same area I would never have to move and my reaction would be consistant. For some of you bowlers that buy this ball and it doesnt work on the 1st league condition u hit, dont be fooled because the next condition... This ball may blow the compition away. Another perfect 10 ball in the bag! Im a proud user of Rons Magic Carpet. For those of you that havnt tried it, its ur own loss!!!

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Re: Awesome Revs
« Reply #19 on: December 20, 2007, 11:49:04 AM »
I'm a medium to high track player, throws about 16.5-19MPH depending on lanes, and I have alot of revs.

The ball has the pin at the 1 o'clock position with the thumb about 3" away from the MB with the CG out of line to the left by a 1/2".

The ball is OOB finish. With this layout I can throw it 2 different ways and get two different reactions. First way I come around the ball and what happens is it has a good midlane turn and then no continuation.

The second release is up the back of the ball and this gives me a good move in the midlane with contiuation on the backend.

This ball in my opinion is best suited for about medium lanes at best at the OOB finish, but with the MB being so far away from my thumb it is a little weak of a layout for me on a MoRich ball. Overall a decent ball probably not one that will see a lot of time on the lanes.

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Re: Awesome Revs
« Reply #20 on: January 20, 2008, 11:53:52 PM »
Drilled 4 1/4"pin x 5"mb with pin 3" above centerline. Rolled it for the first time today and couldnt really get a good read with it. Bowling on a old worn wood surface. Ball rev'd real well but hit flat most times. I had trouble getting thbe ball down the lane but may have not been the condition for it. Will try next weekend on a tournament shot and synthetic lanes. Hopefully it works out. If not, will be put up for sale.
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Seek n Destroy-  approx 5"x3.5"mb
                 DualAngle- ?? will find
Awesome Revs  -  http://www.putfile.com/pic.php?img=7509542
Awesome Finish-  in the works
LevRG         -  As soon as i can
N'Sane LevRG  -  same as above

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Re: Awesome Revs
« Reply #21 on: January 29, 2008, 04:34:29 PM »
Got to finally throw my Awesome Revs on a fresh tournament shot and all I can say is wow. Drilled it in between the SharpBreakPoint and ForwardRoll drilling for high trackers. pin @ 4 1/4" from PAP. MB is 5" from PAP. Pin is 3" above grip midline. I didnt know which drilling i wanted so i decided to go right in between the two. Ball roll was tremendous. Got through heads no problem and just rolled up to the pocket. Not really a snap but just amazing roll. After shooting 651 with my Seek n Destroy and getting a decent look with it, the second day i decided to try my awesome Revs and proceeded to go 193-269-245=706 and in doubles shot 236-267-239=742. Both sets were clean. My doubles partner shot 724 and we are currently in the lead when i had left. Still 3 weeks left in the tourney so most likely finish in the top 10 hopefully. After being dissapointed with the Revs at first, I currently have changed my views. I love this ball and wont be my last MoRich. Now i have to build my arsenal around this ball and i will be fine. NSane & LevRG are next. Awesome Finish too.
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Seek n Destroy-  approx 5"x3.5"mb
                 DualAngle- ?? will find
Awesome Revs  -  http://www.putfile.com/pic.php?img=7509542
Awesome Finish-  in the works
LevRG         -  As soon as i can
N'Sane LevRG  -  same as above

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Re: Awesome Revs
« Reply #22 on: February 23, 2008, 12:25:27 AM »
The ball is laid out like this:

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I have to say that I've really had a problem lately finding equipment that seems to match up for me, but this is perhaps the best bowling ball I've ever thrown. There really isn't anything that I can't make this ball do. I've thrown equipment from every manufacturer and I've been sponsored by Brunswick and Ebonite and this is by far the most versatile piece of equipment I've ever thrown besides the V2 sanded. I can use this on everything even fried patterns by just adjusting the surface. If you want a ball that is even and yet very strong in the mid-lane this is the ball for you.

I didn't have much luck with the Awesome Hook, but because of this ball I can't wait to try the LEVRG.

Everyone should have one of these.....

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Re: Awesome Revs
« Reply #23 on: September 03, 2008, 08:11:28 PM »
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This ball rocks on fresh oil. With a lot of revs I found it hard to stand anywhere on the right(me being right handed). But standing on 35 throwing out to about 12 is a very good line for this ball. But because of the Particle coverstock, this ball isn't the ball to be throwing once the lanes start breaking down. Good ball from Morich again!!!
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Re: Awesome Revs
« Reply #24 on: September 12, 2008, 08:05:29 PM »
Another Morich winner - totally impressed with hitting power so far.
What a hooking and hitting monster!
Ball Specs out of Box 15.1 lbs, 3.7oz top, 3 inch pin
Drilled as Sharp Breakpoint per Mo's Drill Sheets
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All Holes drilled extra deep to gettop, side and finger weight within USBC specs. Pos Side = 7/8 oz and Pos. Finger = 1/4 oz.
Out of box finish.
My Stats:
High Spped player - 17 - 20 MPH srike ball 22+ spare ball speed : > ))
Med Revs - 300 - 350 * sometimes less
Primarily like to play up the boards - more consistent 8 - 12 board swing most times.
9-11-2008 Pratice session on 39' THS with OB at 3 board oil on heavier side.
Game 1 - 250 (2 opens) last 8 strikes
Game 2 - 204 (3 opens inc pocket 7-10, chopped bucket) Last 5 strikes
Game 3 - 220 (2 opens) 7 strikes total missed 7 pin & missed 10 pin.
674 series to start - numerous trailers, sometimes pin travelled across lane twice coast to coast, shots sounded awesome and results were too.

9-12-2008 Thursday League Session - 39' THS on heavier side with OB.
Game 1 - 213 with 2 opens (missed 10 pin, chopped 3-6)
Game 2 - 185 with last three strikes (Left 7 single pin spares) * Bowlers fault on single pins, did not study pin reaction and adjust for better strike hit.
Game 3 - 268 (10 pin in 5th frame and 2nd ball of 10th frame)
666 series

223 Average over 6 games so far, I average 206 normally using weapon of mass bias drilled label.

Great googly moogly - this ball hooks Very impressed will review a little later to see how things progress further.

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Re: Awesome Revs
« Reply #25 on: February 13, 2011, 09:54:20 AM »
LANE CONDITION






Length: med   

 

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COMMENTS





Likes: Does rev up in middle      


Dislikes: does not hit like I thought, gave the ball away, others might like it, does not match me.


 


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