Customer Reviews | 3 Customer Questions
By Marc-Andre Gagne from Quebec, Canada
Here is the continuity of last year prowler, the Night Prowler. This ball uses the same core as last year but this time it's wrapped with N-Forcer SF. This combination provides more backend compared to the original prowler who already had a lot. It comes with a 500 Siaair plus a Crown Factory Compound finish on it. The ball offers the DOT technology which allows you to drill whenever you want without worrying about the pin placement. It also offers dynamicore.
Since I went pin up with the original and I found the ball a bit over under, I decided to go with a shorter pin distance and a pin down layout. I went with a 75 x 4 x 80 layout.
On the lane, the ball reacts like it was supposed to be. I compared the ball with the DV8 Instigator and the original prowler. Compared to the Instigator, I moved my feet three boards right and my eyes two board right. The Night Prowler is much cleaner in the front and offers a big backend. Compared to the Prowler, I was two boards left with my feet and one board left with my eyes. The ball had a lot more backend and that's why I needed to move left. I found that the ball would fit perfectly between both.
This ball is designed to fit better in medium oil condition but if you are a speed dominant, you can use a little pad to scratch the surface and the ball will react sooner instead of going to long. It will still offers you a big backend because that's what it's designed for.
To conclude, if you are looking for a big backend ball, the Night Prowler is for you. The ball be clean through the heads and surprise you on the back part of the lane.