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DV8 Thug
DV8 Thug Reviewed: Friday, Jan 23, 2015 Reviewer: Jason Dee from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
DV8 THUG
DV8 Thug

Ball is drill Pin Below Fingers on Centre Line with a Core Angle of 45 Degrees. 2000 Abralon Surface Tested on House Pattern

I like this ball a lot, I can start playing straight and it has a clean look through the front part of the lane and a lot of energy off the back off the pattern. When the lanes start to transition I can just keep moving left with this ball, and just keep getting my hand around it more and more the further left I go with it. This ball definently a great piece to have in the bag. I have a 2nd Thug just… - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
DV8 Thug Unruly
DV8 Thug Unruly Reviewed: Friday, Jan 23, 2015 Reviewer: Charles Withers II from Georgia
Thug Unruly is the Big Brother of DV8
The DV8 Thug Unruly is the beast you need to conquer heavy oil patterns. This ball hooks a ton and it reads the midlane quick enough so it finds traction in heavy and flat oil patterns. I drilled mine to give me a strong augular motion on the backend for heavy conditions. The Thug Unruly is gonna be the gamechanger for this year. - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Brunswick Fortera Intrigue
Brunswick Fortera Intrigue Reviewed: Thursday, Jan 22, 2015 Reviewer: Taco Suave from Michigan
The Intrigue is a winner!
Ball Review: Fortera Intrigue

Tester: Taco Suave

Right Hand, 275-300 RPM, 14-16 MPH, 70 Degree Axis Rotation
PAP 3-13/16 Right 7/8 Up
Layout: 45x4-1/2x55

Lane Condition: THS

I laid out the Intrigue identical to my Exile looking for a go to ball on higher volumes than the Exile can handle without surface alterations. The ball reacts exactly as I had hoped. The Fortify Hybrid coverstock clears the heads with ease and transitions into a defined, continuous arc down lane. As is common in my game, I find the asymmetric core to create a… - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Hammer Bad Ass
Hammer Bad Ass

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Recent Customer Reviews

DV8 Thug
DV8 Thug Reviewed: Friday, Jan 23, 2015 Reviewer: Jason Dee from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
DV8 THUG
DV8 Thug

Ball is drill Pin Below Fingers on Centre Line with a Core Angle of 45 Degrees. 2000 Abralon Surface Tested on House Pattern

I like this ball a lot, I can start playing straight and it has a clean look through the front part of the lane and a lot of energy off the back off the pattern. When the lanes start to transition I can just keep moving left with this ball, and just keep getting my hand around it more and more the further left I go with it. This ball definently a great piece to have in the bag. I have a 2nd Thug just… - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
DV8 Thug Unruly
DV8 Thug Unruly Reviewed: Friday, Jan 23, 2015 Reviewer: Charles Withers II from Georgia
Thug Unruly is the Big Brother of DV8
The DV8 Thug Unruly is the beast you need to conquer heavy oil patterns. This ball hooks a ton and it reads the midlane quick enough so it finds traction in heavy and flat oil patterns. I drilled mine to give me a strong augular motion on the backend for heavy conditions. The Thug Unruly is gonna be the gamechanger for this year. - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Brunswick Fortera Intrigue
Brunswick Fortera Intrigue Reviewed: Thursday, Jan 22, 2015 Reviewer: Taco Suave from Michigan
The Intrigue is a winner!
Ball Review: Fortera Intrigue

Tester: Taco Suave

Right Hand, 275-300 RPM, 14-16 MPH, 70 Degree Axis Rotation
PAP 3-13/16 Right 7/8 Up
Layout: 45x4-1/2x55

Lane Condition: THS

I laid out the Intrigue identical to my Exile looking for a go to ball on higher volumes than the Exile can handle without surface alterations. The ball reacts exactly as I had hoped. The Fortify Hybrid coverstock clears the heads with ease and transitions into a defined, continuous arc down lane. As is common in my game, I find the asymmetric core to create a… - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend