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Put the pins under arrest with the DV8 Warrant upper-mid performance bowling ball. This ball introduces the Captive asymmetric core and pairs it with the proven N-Forcer SF Hybrid coverstock. The DV8 Warranty is a great ball to turn to for medium oil conditions or when you need something to assist in getting through the transitions or when the lanes start to break down.
Here is the new hi performance ball for DV8, the Warrant. This ball offers a brand new core, the Captive. The cover is the same base as the Night Prowler but with some hooking additive to cover more boards. The ball features the new DOT technologie to optimize the durability and also dynamicore for better carry.
The ball comes out of the box with a 500 1000 with a Factory compound. The new core / cover technologie and the surface allows the ball to clear the head and have a strong roll in the midlane.
Because I really like the Night Prowler, I went with the same drilling, 75 x 4 x 80.
On the lane, the ball delivers exactly what I expected. The ball roll really hard in the midlane. Compared to the Instigator, I stand about the same place but the ball is cleaner in the front. Compared to the Intimidator I'm 2 boards right on the approach and 1 board rigth at the target meanly because of the ball is cleaner in the front part of the lane. Last weekend I used it on the wtba Sydney (33') around 5th board. I begun with the Intimidator and when it begun to burn up, I was able to ball down to the Warrant and keep the same target and angles and still continue to strike.
For people with higher ball speed, the surface can be adjusted and you'll be able to use that ball and get advantage of the midlane motion.
To conclude, if you want to have a clean ball that rolls hard in the midlane, this ball is for you.
As of right now, this is the first ball out of my bag. I left it at the box finish, and it provides a great overall motion for many lane conditions. I think this ball can be played on shorter oil patterns as well as some longer oil patterns. The ball takes well to adjusting to different parts of the lane, and it still carries well when it hits the pocket. Of course, the Dynamacore technology has a bit to do with that as well. The green and blue colors jump off of the shelf also. If you are looking for that benchmark ball to build your arsenal around, the DV8 Warrant is a wonderful place to start. There is a place for this ball in anyone's bag.
How Does it compare to the new DV8 Intimidator will it hook more?1/10/2020 - By Manny
This ball is designed to go longer on the lanes and have a very strong sharp backend hook. However, with this ball being an upper mid performance ball and going longer on the lanes it was more suited for medium oil. The DV8 Intimidator is a high performance ball with a duller finish to help it start hooking earlier on the lane and it has a higher hook potential so it can handle more heavy oil conditions.1/15/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
What is the difference between the dv8 warrent and the dv8 nasty rumor6/13/2020 - By Dj
They do have some similarities but they have different weight blocks and different covestocks which will effect how early or how late they read the lanes. The Nasty Rumor had a pearl coverstock and the weight block was designed for more length while the Warrant has a hybrid coverstock and a weight block designed to read a little earlier and stronger to give it a little earlier read on the lanes.6/15/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff