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Zaner

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Hustle SAY
« on: May 15, 2017, 11:39:11 PM »
I just ordered a Hustle SAY, wanted some feedback from people whole have it or have thrown it.
I bought it because i wanted something for when the lanes dry down.
Hear from you soon! Thanks
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leftybowler70

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Re: Hustle SAY
« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2017, 09:47:05 PM »
Don't have the SAY, but I have the RIG, and it packs quite a punch for a low end piece.... You will like it in shorter/patterns/ lighter oils, just figure out the best layout/ surface.  Great low-end balls for the budget price on the market!

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Re: Hustle SAY
« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2017, 09:49:51 PM »
Thanks man! I have the Dare Devil, and the Dare Devil Trick, so I was looking for something to use when the lanes are really dry.
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Re: Hustle SAY
« Reply #3 on: May 16, 2017, 10:21:48 PM »
Thanks man! I have the Dare Devil, and the Dare Devil Trick, so I was looking for something to use when the lanes are really dry.

I'm similar to you. I have the dare devil trick and the no rules pearl. I am looking at getting either the hustle PRO, the freestyle Rush or the bubble gum boost.

Zaner

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Re: Hustle SAY
« Reply #4 on: May 16, 2017, 10:27:39 PM »
Ive been sticking to Roto Grip for now. I think all the stuff they got coming out soon is HP-3 or 4. I want to try something i can shoot straight on dry.
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Re: Hustle SAY
« Reply #5 on: May 17, 2017, 05:00:45 AM »
Keep in mind though that Roto's low end equipment has a reputation to be much STRONGER than what it was designed for.... so layout/surface will play a major factor as well, good luck.

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Re: Hustle SAY
« Reply #6 on: May 17, 2017, 07:02:20 AM »
I'm not a fan at all.  Loco Solid?  Yeah, one of the best balls they ever made.  Hustles? Way too strong for their intention, they aren't dry lane balls at all.  Core too strong for the cover and by the time you adjust the cover to match, you've got something way stronger than you were after.  I haven't actually hated a ball in a long time, and the SAY was better than the PRO, but the Hustles aren't for me . .
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Re: Hustle SAY
« Reply #7 on: May 17, 2017, 07:26:46 AM »
I'm not a fan at all.  Loco Solid?  Yeah, one of the best balls they ever made.  Hustles? Way too strong for their intention, they aren't dry lane balls at all.  Core too strong for the cover and by the time you adjust the cover to match, you've got something way stronger than you were after.  I haven't actually hated a ball in a long time, and the SAY was better than the PRO, but the Hustles aren't for me . .

I agree with you: they are as far from a dry lanes ball as it is possible to get for a manufacturer's entry line.
But they are a step down from the Dare Devils, which is what the original poster seems to want. "DRY" is a very relative term.
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Re: Hustle SAY
« Reply #8 on: May 17, 2017, 10:12:25 AM »
I'm non familiar with the SAY but have the PRO. As others have said, the Hustle balls are way to strong for dryer lanes. For me standing 25 targeting seven isn't what I needed in a dry lane ball. I bought the PRO to replace an old Sonic Boom and because of the similarities in RG and Differential, I thought the PRO would fit. My first instinct was to go with a Storm Joy Ride which I should have followed.

The SAY may turn out to be the ticket for you. For me a low speed stroker, the Hustle line is way to much ball on the dry.

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Re: Hustle SAY
« Reply #9 on: May 17, 2017, 10:37:11 AM »
I agree that they are too strong for the conditions intended, however, it will always be about not only core /cover combo, BUT also how it's drilled/surface as well.  I drilled mine weak and smoothed out the cover to have a ball that fits perfectly to the tee;  However, I do agree; again as we all know, Roth Grip's lower end pieces are usually FAR from weak, which makes it difficult to choose what you need on the low end.

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Re: Hustle SAY
« Reply #10 on: May 17, 2017, 10:41:48 AM »
Thanks everyone for the replies, I think I will find that the Hustle SAY will work fine for me. Im a high speed (16-17mph) Stroker, and I usually throw around the 10 out to the 3 or 4. Im basically looking for a step down from my Dare Devil.
Any more feedback is much appreciated.
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Re: Hustle SAY
« Reply #11 on: May 17, 2017, 10:42:53 AM »
Then you're probably in good shape.  It acts a lot like a weaker Dare Devil. 

Thanks everyone for the replies, I think I will find that the Hustle SAY will work fine for me. Im a high speed (16-17mph) Stroker, and I usually throw around the 10 out to the 3 or 4. Im basically looking for a step down from my Dare Devil.
Any more feedback is much appreciated.
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Zaner

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Re: Hustle SAY
« Reply #12 on: May 17, 2017, 10:50:36 AM »
Awesome thanks!
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Re: Hustle SAY
« Reply #13 on: May 17, 2017, 02:47:54 PM »
I'm not a fan at all.  Loco Solid?  Yeah, one of the best balls they ever made.  Hustles? Way too strong for their intention, they aren't dry lane balls at all.  Core too strong for the cover and by the time you adjust the cover to match, you've got something way stronger than you were after.  I haven't actually hated a ball in a long time, and the SAY was better than the PRO, but the Hustles aren't for me . .

I know your Storm staff. But as a bowling guy, how would the PRO compare to the boost or the new freestyle rush coming out.


I really need an up 5 type ball for when the lanes break down and I'm fighting to find oil inside with the bigger pieces I have

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Re: Hustle SAY
« Reply #14 on: May 17, 2017, 02:53:55 PM »
The Hustle isn't that ball.  As far as an up 5 type ball, the Boosts are still too strong (depending on how you throw the ball and oil volume), and Motiv is hard to figure out.  Their low end stuff hooks more than it should and the high end stuff hooks less than it should.  If Roto was still making the Loco Solid, that would be the one, but they aren't.  The Tropical Storms are a lot weaker now than they used to be, but my wife has one and they just seem kind of dead.  The Ride was one of the best dry lane balls I'd seen in a while but it's already discontinued.  Not sure what to recommend in terms of a good dry lane ball right now honestly aside from urethane. 

I'm not a fan at all.  Loco Solid?  Yeah, one of the best balls they ever made.  Hustles? Way too strong for their intention, they aren't dry lane balls at all.  Core too strong for the cover and by the time you adjust the cover to match, you've got something way stronger than you were after.  I haven't actually hated a ball in a long time, and the SAY was better than the PRO, but the Hustles aren't for me . .

I know your Storm staff. But as a bowling guy, how would the PRO compare to the boost or the new freestyle rush coming out.


I really need an up 5 type ball for when the lanes break down and I'm fighting to find oil inside with the bigger pieces I have
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