July 2009 Blog Posts (5)

Nomad Solid Review

I drilled the box condition (1500 polished) Nomad Solid with a pin just below the fingers on grip centerline, Cg out, and a 31/32 weight hole on a line from grip center to the VAL, which placed it in the thumb quadrant. (Modified RICO Layout)

The Silver Streak, symetric Rotary Core wrapped in the Ultra Vision Solid cover, produces an excellent read of the lane and explosive hit on the pins. If you liked the Silver Streak, you will definately like the Nomad Solid.

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Added by SenorRotoGrip on July 30, 2009 at 9:03am — No Comments

Roto Grip Crown spare ball is awesome

The new Roto grip spare ball the Crown is the coolest looking spare ball on the market. Besides being cool this ball is a ball you can go straight with for those pesky ten pins or 7 pins if you are left handed. I have never seen a spare ball go so straight. This makes those spares lots easier there is no guess work, just draw a line with your eyes to the spare you are after and throw the Crown down that line. This ball will stay on that line. Now for the best part you will be noticed as… Continue

Added by Bob Korth on July 21, 2009 at 3:39pm — No Comments

Nomad Solid by Roto Grip

The new Roto Grip Nomad solid is going to be a hit another nice addition to the Roto Grip line. I was really happy to hear they were going to use the Silver Streak core with the new cover stock. I was not disappointed. I set this ball up with 5 by 3. I put the pin beside the ring finger this layout requires an extra hole. I have a high track axis is 6 over and ¼ up. I get a very good mid lane read and a hard arc in the back. I use this ball on lanes with medium to heavy oil on longer patterns.… Continue

Added by Bob Korth on July 21, 2009 at 3:35pm — No Comments

Nomad Pearl

The new Nomad Pearl is a great compliment to the Nomad Solid. When the lanes are hooking a little early with the solid you can step right into the Nomad Pearl. The pearl will go through the front of the lanes with ease go longer and save energy for the back end. I drilled this ball with the pin just under the fingers in grip center with the cg directly below 12:00 stack. This ball came with a 1 and ¾ inch pin from cg. My track is high axis is 6 over and ¼ up. The great part is I found that I… Continue

Added by Bob Korth on July 21, 2009 at 3:34pm — No Comments


Words that i can describe this ball is awsome.First mars i drilled i got the pin below my ring finger about inch below it ,my pap is three and ahalf so this kind of layout this ball is going to be a little more roll in the front part of the lane and smoother transition down lane.Also i changed the service to two thousand abaron so it would be to over under in the backend of the lane when it carryed down.extra hole was needed.Even with with this layout and also changing the cover ball still gets… Continue

Added by Daniel Skitt on July 13, 2009 at 3:00am — No Comments

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