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Morich LevRG Response Reviewed By: jkrikerx 01/26/2009 19:55 ( stars)

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About the Bowler
Bowling Hand    Right Handed
League Average    176
Sport Shot Average    152
Ball Speed    Medium
Style    Tweener
I bought the ball last week and just had it drilled. I did a lot of research before buying the ball, and determined that it would make an excellent replacement for my Ebonite NVS, since the specs are so close such as RG. My ball driller used the asymmetric strong hook method from the Morich drilling sheet. I left the cover stock factory finish at 4000 grit. I ordered the ball 2-3” pin with 2.5 oz top weight.

I bowled yesterday using the ball and I was very impressed with the look, and how well it handled the oil so smoothly. The transition from oil to dry was very smooth, and carry down was not an issue. I couldn’t believe how balanced the cover stock was between traction and revving through the oil, and how well it handled the transition to dry.

I was able to play more left than ever before, and have the ball come back every time. The ball was a dream on yesterday’s conditions (Fresh THS), and gave good feedback allowing me to make adjustments in a preemptive manner.

This ball will hook huge, but can be shot in a mild manner if needed, and was very quiet and smooth going down the lane. I average around 168 and shot a 590 no problem first time out without practice.

In conclusion, this ball is way ahead of the competition by about 9 months, and I can see the others making copies of this ball in the near future. It is very versatile, and so far seems to handle 75% of my bowling needs. So I will wait 3 months before buying another response to see what Mo will do next.


Keep in mind that this ball is very drilling specific, and use a well qualified driller that understands asymmetrical bowling balls. If you don’t drill the ball within your skill level and capabilities, it will over hook, or be too conservative.

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