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Shout Light/Dark
« on: May 24, 2013, 09:21:37 AM »
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Roto Grip Shout Ball Specs:
- Color: Light Green/Dark Green All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
- Coverstock: 45L Solid Reactive
- Core: Late Roll 46 (14-16 lbs)
- Factory Finish: 3000-grit Abralon
- RG: 2.57
- DIFF.: .022
- Recommended Lane Condition: Light Oil
- A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal

Description: The Late Roll 46 core was designed to provide maximum length with stable control down lane. This core will produce a minimal amount of flare and strong hitting power through the pocket. The 45L solid reactive coverstock was created for high performance on lighter oil conditions. It allows the Shout to easily clear the front part of the lane, but will react sooner than the 42L pearl reactive coverstock found on the Scream. The Shout was designed for those lighter oil conditions where you need a ball that provides you with good length and control at the breakpoint. It will react sooner in comparison to its partner in crime, the Scream.

 

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Re: Shout Light/Dark
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2013, 01:37:38 PM »
Shout 2013: Layout: 65 x 3 ˝ x 55…box condition…
Tested on: 41 ft THS with HPL with ICE oil and Beaten Path with ICE oil.
The Shout 2013 turned out to be my 2nd favorite ball in this release. When I unpackaged it, I saw the surface and was kind of blown away by it… My first reaction was going to be: hook, stop, roll out… But the ball and layout really surprised me. It carried really well in the front part of the lane and did not burned out in the oil and did not roll out on either pattern. I played 3rd row with it on the KEGEL pattern from different release and different starting points and on the THS, I stood 32 and look at 16-19 area and kept it tucked in and deep inside, I was once again surprised this ball did not roll out like the Shooting Star I had with a similar lay out… This ball will be great for anyone for a weaker piece or when you need to get inside and work inside of the track area when it is getting beat up… Don’t overlook this ball when looking for that new middle line piece… This ball with be shouting all the way to the bank…