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Morich LevRG Reviewed By: bowlingball.com reviews by Tony Ruocco 11/08/2007 07:08 ( stars)
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Morich's new LevRG was up for our test, based on past products we think we will like this one.
Pin to PAP(5 1/8" over 1/8" up) - 5"
Mass Bias Position - 45 degrees
CG Placement - 1/2" right of grip center
Balance Hole - none
Surface Preparation - 2000 grit Abralon with Brunswick Rough Buff
What I Was Looking For In This Ball Layout:
This was a predictable layout for a Morich ball for us. A little weaker than some used in the past but we kept the Mass Bias in a stronger position. I was hoping for a strong rolling reaction with a moderate amount of movement on the back part of the lane. This was intended to be a transition ball for me. If you read my reviews I drill balls for this transition part of the night a lot. Every once in a while I nail one and it does what I think. This is a tough ball reaction to find sometimes because you don't want the ball to hook a lot but you don't want it to go 60 feet either.
What I Ended Up With in the Ball and Layout:
Just what I wanted, the ball is the heaviest rolling ball in my bag currently and it hits like a truck. I knew this type of ball motion was very common for Morich and especially with the new larger EZ Rev core I think I nailed this ball reaction.
In the front part of the lane the ball is strong and makes a nice move to set up for one of the best mid-lane ball reactions I have see in a long time. The ball transitions into the mid-lane beautifully and does not quit that motion on the back. The ball hits so hard and really keeps the pins low to the deck which greatly increases carry.
I only threw this ball for about half a game in the middle of the night but it served its purpose well. Next week I am going to try to bring the surface back to box finish (1000 grit) and give it a try earlier on in the night. If you have watched the PBA the last few weeks you have seen Walter kill them with this ball and I think he is using a little more surface.
I just want to see how much stronger this ball gets with a little surfce on it. Overall another great ball from Mo and anyone who has liked his stuff int he past will like this one as well.