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KennonMcFalls300

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MVP Attitude
« on: August 08, 2020, 11:15:46 PM »
I've loved quite a few Roto balls in the HP2 line. Winners are still my go to's on lighter volume patterns and I remember loving the Wreck series back in the day. The MVPs for me have been very quick off the spot and I say that in regards to the MVP and the MVP Pearl. Where others find them slow and forward, I see them just the opposite. I was anticipating a release that had the same core but a stronger cover and that's what we have with the MVP Attitude. The stronger cover allows it to be that more forward shape I was looking for. This ball will me very good on the medium volume patterns and the shorter patterns where you need stronger covers to blend the pattern out. I am looking forward to throwing this ball!

 

fazzone22

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Re: MVP Attitude
« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2020, 03:00:32 PM »
 

Roto Gripís HP2 Line of balls have been extremely popular through the bowling community. With last year introduction of the MVP and MVP Pearl the HP2 continued its success. This year we have the same Neutron NXT Core wrapped around the all-new VTC-H20 Hybrid cover, which is 2 parts pearl, and one part solid. I drilled mine 3 x 6 x 2.5.  I choose this layout because I wanted a symmetrical ball that I could keep my angles in front of me on the fresh on longer medium length patterns. My first impression after throwing this ball is that even with the 3 inch pin, this ball doesnít really burn up. You can still see how much it response in the back part of the lane. It is closer to the MVP Pearl than the MVP reaction wise but picks up the lane about 2-3 feet sooner than the Pearl.