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InSite The Almighty
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
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Re: InSite The Almighty
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2007, 02:10:16 PM »

I got this ball about 2 years ago, and right after it was drilled I practiced a couple of games before league play started and first game out was in the 280's . This ball is very controlable and very predictable, no suprises in what it will do, and it really turns the corner great, and just smashes this pins.

I am a lefty. Throw 16 pounds, and throw aprrox 15-16 mph .  

 The pin is just up asnd to the left of the fingers, a weight hole was needed.

 Unfortunately the lanes at the center where I bowl at got much much oilier not all that long after I got the almighty, and ended up getting a Brunswick warp zone, the same core that is used in the almighty , and problem with the heavy oil was solved. But all in all , if you are not bowling on heavy oil, and don't have massive carrydown, but face med-heavy to medium conditions the almighty will give give you a consistently predictable and powerful ball.



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Re: InSite The Almighty
« Reply #2 on: April 17, 2007, 08:56:44 PM »
In my search to find a high R.G. Particle ball without a 3 piece modified core I came across the Almighty by accident.  What a great find this ball is.

Here are my stats:

PAP- 4 9/16ths, 1/4 up
Speed- Can vary between 16-17.5mph at deck
Revrate- Can very between 275-325
Axis Rotation- 60 degrees
Axis Tilt- 16-18 degrees

I have two of these drilled.

Almighty #1
This ball has the pin 4" from my PAP, under the ring finger, with the MB at 90 degrees under the thumb.  I love this drill on assymetricals when I need control off of the break.  

This ball glides up the lane with very tight flare lines and BAM!  A hard arc off the end of the pattern and a powerful finish.  I opted not to put an extra hole in this one to increase flare because I love how this ball stays on line to the target.  Even in drying heads this ball in a polished state still glides up the lane like a weaker shell reactive, but you can see the strong "particle arc" at the breakpoint.  This layout works wonders on the THS, PBA Cheetah and Chameleon Patterns, and shorter sport conditions.

Almighty #2
I just drilled this Almighty last week and really haven't had much time to play with it, but so far I really like what I see.  This one has the pin under the bridge(4.5" to PAP) and 1" above the midline.  The MB angle on this ball is at 45 degrees and I opted not to go with the extra hole to increase flare.

This layout lopes off the hand much quicker than the 90 degree mass bias ball.  The flare rings are spaced wider apart and the ball gets into a roll about 5-8 feet sooner.  What I like about this ball is when the lane transitions and Almighty #1 is lagging around the corner, this stronger layout enables me to jump an arrow left and go around the lane to the same breakpoint and not lack hitting power.  When they transition on the medium patterns this ball shines.  It's strong in the midlane and it's really hard to throw through the breakpoint.  The motion of this ball is almost "black widow-esque", a little too close for comfort.  This Almighty will be a staple in my arsenal as Almighty #1 is cracking in the fingers(due to a poor plug job, not the shell of the ball).

All and all I think more companies should have a high R.G. solid particle in their lineup.  Especially for the guys who need the control of the particle without the early burn.  Balls like these don't come around often so if you can find one of these balls around the net, do not hesitate to bite the hook.  You'll be glad you did.
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Re: InSite The Almighty
« Reply #3 on: October 16, 2007, 10:59:36 AM »
I just bought a used almighty and it works great with my game. It has a nice even arc to it. It does not snap like the prophecy and it does not hook as much as the supernatural. all and all this is a great first ball from Insite. I have a 300 and a 298 with the almighty. The ball hits like a truck and carries light hits very well. alot of 4 pins with high shots but that is to be expected. very good ball on medium to heavey oil.
Mr. 298
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Re: InSite The Almighty
« Reply #4 on: November 26, 2008, 08:00:04 PM »
ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!!! The Almighty is the answer to a med/heavy blended pattern! I hardly ever see enough oil at my alley to use a particle ball but today there was a good pattern for the Almighty to be used. This ball goes just long enough down the lane then picks up in the mid-lane and crosses a lot of boards to smash the pins! Very anxious to try it out on heavy oil. Thanks to Nor Cal Bowler who traded it with me! InSite Almighty rating-11/10!

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Re: InSite The Almighty
« Reply #5 on: January 13, 2011, 02:25:28 PM »


Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS




Dislikes: NONE

This is probably my sixth Almighty that I have had drilled. Acquired this one from a guy in our league at no cost so I couldnt go wrong redrilling this gem. This Almighty is an early rolling ball but continues through the pin deck and drives hard. I have only bowled two matches with it (632 & 632). This is a very consistent reacting ball and I have yet to see it roll out like I have seen before with this ball.






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