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More Cash
« on: September 27, 2017, 01:43:27 PM »
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You want hook, we got your hook! Radical's More Cash is a big hooking bowling ball with a big backend reaction due to a newly designed asymmetric core and a reactive coverstock formation that boasts to be highly aggressive. This ball offers more length, more backend, and more continuation, that is why they call it More Cash. This ball thrives on heavy oil and hooks like no other.

Color: Navy/Teal Solid
Core: Asymmetric
Finish: 500 & 2,000 Siaair Micro Pad
Hook Potential: High
RG: 2.504**
Differential: 0.048**
** RG and Diff are based off of 15 lb. balls
Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy Oil



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Re: More Cash
« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2017, 12:28:57 PM »
Join Lane Side Reviews as they #CashIn with the newest from Radical Bowling Technologies, the #MORECASH.


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Re: More Cash
« Reply #2 on: October 20, 2017, 02:59:47 PM »

Length: 40' THS

Volume: Higer than average

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS


Likes: Where to start off with this hook monster!! Everyone loves when a ball hooks a lot so that is why Radical came out with another 1 in the #Cash series, this one called the #Morecash. Same core which is driller friendly, they added more projection additives to get the ball further down the lane and th response off the pattern is insane.
This is a new type of reaction for Radical, more hook further down the lane and we will be seeing that also in the next few releases in a few weeks.
This ball fits perfectly under my Cash and the Tremendous. It's perfect to open up the shot (shoot it right and watch it strike).
I placed the pin at 5.25" which gets the ball down the lane. The continuation in the pins is quite remarkable.
It's a great ball for both the power players that find assym balls roll too quickly and for the rev challenged bowler that needs a little more entry angle!!!

Dislikes: What is there not to like with a ball that hooks 😆😆

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Re: More Cash
« Reply #3 on: March 15, 2018, 08:46:01 PM »



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Decided to do a second look at this ball as I reviewed it way too early (and I wiffed so bad on it deleted it in disgust).   I really really wanted to like this ball for a variety of reasons but I just don't match up with it worth a damn.  Have tried a variety of surface without much luck and may try a re-drilling but this ball just plain sucks on house shot for me.  Regardless of surface (tried from 1000 to 4000 + polish) it doesn't turn the corner for me usually and even when it does it often hits soft and leaves splits I don't get with any of my other pieces.  Its also easy to get over under with this ball which I don't usually get with very many of my other pieces probably because this ball eats up the shot in record time.  I bought it thinking it could do both oiler and fresh/heavy THS duties but that was a mistake.  I haven't tried it on any heavy sport patterns where it might stand out but really regret not waiting for this ball to go on sale before buying.  Learned my lesson with Brunswick to wait for their balls to go on clearance.  Hopefully the Cyclops I have coming will be better.

(edit:  finally had some success with it when I went maroon scotchbrite and then Crown compound but weirdly had the most success playing outside the track, still don't recommend this ball any type of THS)

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