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The legend of the Jackal continues with the Motiv Jackal Flash Pearl. This high-performance bowling ball is the strongest asymmetric pearl ball that Motiv has created to date. The Jackal Flash was built to be cleaner through the front of the lane with a quicker response on the backend. This is achieved by combining the Predator V2 weight block with the Infusion HV Pearl Reactive coverstock and finished with a 5000 LSP. This combination offers continuation with max revs and track flare while providing length and a strong angle that is needed when making adjustments on heavy oil patterns. This ball was designed to be an early transition ball for heavier oil but it also pairs well with rev dominant bowlers as the first ball out of their bag. Bowlers that are more speed dominant who usually struggle when throwing a pearl ball will find the Jackal Flash to be extra versatile on moderate conditions.
If i add more polish to make it like glossy look, can it perform in long medium oil?8/24/2020 - By Twohandedbowler
This comes out of the box with a pretty smooth polished finish already so it will have decent length already. However, even with a polished finish this ball is still rated more for heavier oil conditions. If the pattern is longer it should still be strong enough to come back on the backend. I would not suggest this for more medium conditions because it will be too strong for those conditions.8/24/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How does this ball compare or differ from the Motiv Trident Abyss?9/4/2020 - By Sinner X
This would actually be a closer comparison to the Trident Nemesis. The Abyss has a duller finish on a solid cover and the Nemesis is a pearl cover with a polished finish which is what the Jackal Flash has.9/8/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How is the Flash compared to the Alpha9/10/2020 - By Mr300
The key difference is the Flash is a pearl coverstock with a polished finish to go longer on the lanes with a sharper backend. The Alpha is a solid cover with a duller finish to read the lanes earlier and have a smoother arcing hook down the lane.9/11/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Is this ball stronger than original trident.9/17/2020 - By Hamster
Because the Jackal Flash is designed for more length it would not have a high of an overall hook potential as the Trident. The Jackal Flash has a stronger backend but the Trident have a higher hook potential overall.9/18/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff