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No Rules Exist
« on: June 23, 2017, 10:40:18 AM »
Throw the rules out the window! Get the Roto Grip No Rules Exist bowling ball and forget the rules out. Roto Grip has combined the best features of their best cores to create the Chaotic core. This core combines differential stability, consistent axis migration, and defined RG bands to produce a ball that is powerful. Then they kept going. Roto Grip has covered this core with the Reckless Reactive Solid coverstock which became famous on the Dare Devil Trick. This bowling ball is finished with a 2000-grit pad and is best used on medium to medium/heavy oil conditions. Go ahead and break the rules with the Roto Grip No Rules Pearl!

Color: Navy/Neon Yellow/Neon Orange
Core: Chaotic (14-16)
Coverstock: Reckless Reactive Solid
Finish: 2000-grit pad
RG: 2.51 (for 15# ball)
Differential: 0.053 (for 15# ball)
Recommended Lane Condition: Medium to Heavy Oil



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Re: No Rules Exist
« Reply #16 on: October 20, 2017, 06:47:09 PM »
Medium Oil

Length: 43

Volume: medium

Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS

Likes:  Love the length the ball gave out of the box.  Great hitting power and even worked well when I had to move deeper inside.

Dislikes:  No dislikes so far, this is one of my favorite balls right now.



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Re: No Rules Exist by Keven Williams
« Reply #17 on: November 18, 2017, 11:54:00 AM »
Speed: 18mph
Rev Rate: 450rpm
Pattern: Typical House Shot

The No Rules Exist fits right in with the Dare Devil Trick and the No Rules Pearl. The No Rules Exist has the same cover as the Dare Devil Trick, so it’s weaker than the original No Rules. The No Rules Exist has the same cover as the No Rules Pearl, but it stronger because the Exist is a solid cover and the Pearl is obviously a Pearl. For me, the No Rules Exist is a touch cleaner in the fronts and is more on the back than the Dare Devil Trick, and the Exist is earlier than the Pearl and doesn’t back quite as much.


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Re: No Rules Exist
« Reply #18 on: November 29, 2017, 09:46:00 PM »
The Roto Grip No Rules Exist is a very strong, versatile high end asymmetric ball. My Exist's layout is 50 x 4.5 x 30 and I left it at box (2000). I have thrown this ball on a 43 foot typical house shot that tends to play a little wet/dry for me and a 49 foot modified house pattern which plays very tight. It blends out the 43 foot wet/dry pattern very well. I can either hook the lane from inside or stand further right and play more directly in the puddle. For me, it is the logical step above my Dare Devil Trick with a similar layout.

The 49 foot pattern plays super tight and requires most bowlers to keep their angles in front of them. For me, this pattern tends to make most of my balls roll like urethane with hook up front and fade in the back. Where some balls lose their energy and hit a little flatter, the Exist has a different look as it reads the midlane and charges into the pocket.
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Bowler Info: PAP 4 1/8 x 3/4 up, Speed 18, Rev Rate 425


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Re: No Rules Exist
« Reply #19 on: December 09, 2017, 04:11:10 PM »
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Re: No Rules Exist
« Reply #20 on: December 09, 2017, 05:18:26 PM »
The No Rules Exist is the middle child of the No Rules HP4 line. It isn't as strong as the No Rules Solid nor is it as clean as the No Rules Pearl. For me the ball blends the best of both world. It is strong enough that you can use it on longer patterns but also smooth enough that even on shorter patterns the ball isn't shutout. Out of the box I had to adjust the cover to get the exact ball motion for what I was looking for but once I got it matched right the ball was absolutely amazing. Normally with asym balls they tend to burn up after a game or 2 but with the Exist I've been able to stay with it much longer. The easiest comparison for would be a stronger earlier version of the Daredevil Trick.


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Re: No Rules Exist
« Reply #21 on: December 09, 2017, 08:35:16 PM »
The Roto Grip No Rules Exist is a solid reactive cover, wrapped around the Chaotic asymmetrical core. The Exist can be found in the HP4 line of bowling balls. The cover is called Reckless and has a 2000 pad finish. This is the same cover that was on the Dare Devil Trick. The numbers on the Chaotic core are 2.51 Rg, 0.053 diff, and 0.018 intermediate diff, in 15lb bowling balls.
I drilled the No Rules Exist with a 3.5x5.5x2.5 layout. This layout puts the Exist right in between my current No Rules, and the No Rules Pearl. The Exist is earlier and more controlled off the spot than the Pearl, when keeping my hand behind the ball, but gets more angular and stronger off the spot when rotating my hand around the ball. The Exist is easier to get through the front of the lane than the original No Rules. I like the Exist on medium heavy to heavier volume league shots with clean backends, which is what I wanted this layout for. 
The Exist will be a good ball for bowlers needing a little extra help from the cover and core to shape up, but not be too angular off the spot. The cover offers plenty of board coverage with controlled shape. Roto Grip has done a real good job with offering different shapes on the lane from coverstocks, while still getting familiarity by using the same core. Thank you for taking the time to read my review of the No Rules Exist.
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