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Motiv Supra Review
« on: November 25, 2019, 08:04:54 PM »
Motiv Supra Review:

    The Supra is Motivís new Light/Medium oil ball. Donít let it fool you though! The Supra is the most angular ball Motiv has made to date. I drilled mine 85x5x45 it allows me to move in and just bang it off the dry. But It also fits many different styles and is the ball to throw when you need the extra length and not have to worry about it not making the turn down lane.

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Re: Motiv Supra Review
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2019, 12:30:53 PM »
The Motiv supra or as I like to call it the "OMG did you see that" So for me the biggest back ending ball for Motiv for the paranoia series and most recently the ripcord(using the paranoia core), but on this ball, they made some big changes. First they used a modified version of the primal rage core #redball which was a company changing ball in its time and they added a straight pearl version of the cover they used on the ripcord and forge fire to create what I can only describe as the first ball from them that looks like a boomerang on the backends of the lane. I feel like this ball could turn in a circle at me if the lanes were long enough. This ball won't handle the heaviest of oils you encounter. it's very high RG(Goes long very easily) and the cover is very clean(Picks up the lane very late). If you are bowling on just about any house shot this ball will be amazing. You can throw it right at the friction and watch it ricochet down lane or miss in and it still has enough to carry those pesky ten pins.  This cover is an evolutionary change for them. So I hope beyond hope we see it on more cores in the future. This cover and this ball are a 5-star winner!

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Specs PAP 4 over 1/2 Up
Tilt 15degree
Axis Rotation 60

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Re: Motiv Supra Review
« Reply #2 on: November 26, 2019, 05:46:42 PM »
This one intrigued me. I never got the chance to use the highly successful Primal rage with the Impulse Core. The Impulse core was pushed to the extreme with a high Rg of 2.57 allowing it to retain even more energy. The cover is the third variant of the Infusion cover with it being pearl. I really enjoyed the RipCord and had high hopes for this piece. First off, the color is fantastic and it is very clean to the break point. The response to the friction was predictable and strong with good continuation through the pin deck.  The Supra will be in my tournament bag for sure for when I need ease through the fronts and a quicker response to friction later in the block. Motiv is 100% correct in saying it is the most angular ball in their lineup.

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