The Motiv Enzo Supra was designed to fit a bowler's arsenal's light to medium oil need. This ball is great for creating angle when the lane is transitioning but doesn't sacrifice control or traction. The Enzo Supra uses the unique High Impulse core. The high RG core allows the ball to spin slowly at the front of the lane which helps remove any concern regarding high friction or light oil conditions. This core is a dual-density core that assists in producing shape down the lane. This mid-performance ball wraps this unique core with the Infusion Hybrid Reactive coverstock which is polished to a 5500 Grit LSP finish. This core and cover combo provides versatility and angle on slightly dry lanes.
I’m 77 yrs old throwing a 15 lb ball 10-11 mph. Would this ball at 13 pounds give more speedbcarry?
You could definitely see an increase in your speed which can help the ball get down the lane more if you drop weight. However, the heavier weight will carry through the pins better so you can lose a little pin carry too.
I am torn between the supra enzo and the fatal venom from motiv. Which one do you freer over the other for a down and in player when the lanes start drying out?
The Supra Enzo is going to be a little stronger overall but the Fatal Venom is possibly better in lighter oil if you needed this for end of the night when the lanes are very broken down.