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Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid

Roto Grip wants to get you hyped up with this mid-performance bowling ball! The Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid introduces the Hyped core which features a low RG. This core allows the ball to offer more overall motion than Roto Grip's entry-level balls but a little less than their upper-mid performance bowling balls. The coverstock on the Hyped Hybrid is the VTC (Versatile Traction Control) Hybrid Coverstock which provides durability and consistency on medium oil conditions.

  • Color: Chrome/Pink/Purple Solid
    All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
  • Coverstock: VTC Hybrid Reactive
  • Core: Hyped
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium
  • RG: 2.52 (15# ball)
  • Differential: 0.036 (15# ball)
  • Finish: 4K FAST (4000-grit) or Reacta Gloss
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: RGBBMRYH
  • Product ID: 13239
  • Brand: Roto Grip
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: Mid Performance Balls

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11/28/2021
By Cherie from NJ
5/5 Stars
Pros:

Definitely a must have

Cons:

No cons

Best Uses:

Medium to Oily patterns

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Highly recommend. Used in league bowling freshly drilled right out the box. Held well in the pocket

Definitely Hyped over this bowling ball. This was my go to ball and it didn't disappoint. So hyped I added the Roto Grip Hyped Pearl to my arsenal.

11/28/2021
By Cherie from NJ
5/5 Stars
Pros:

Definitely a must have

Cons:

No cons

Best Uses:

Medium to Oily patterns

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Highly recommend. Used in league bowling freshly drilled right out the box. Held well in the pocket

Definitely Hyped over this bowling ball. This was my go to ball and it didn't disappoint. So hyped I added the Roto Grip Hyped Pearl to my arsenal.

6/2/2022
By Jeff from Ohio
2/5 Stars
Pros:

Looks nice

Cons:

Ball dose not hook for me

Best Uses:

No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Not good for me

This ball does not hook for me at all I can hook any ball I throw that is suppose to hook but this one o don’t know if it’s not drilled correctly or what it is but this ball will not hook for me I throw the ball around 16 1/2 mph an you would think it would hook but I get nothing but slide out of it

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Question:


How does this ball compare with the Hustle Ink?

8/24/2021 - By

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The Hyped is designed to be a step up above the Hustle line. It will have a stronger hook potential which helps it work better in medium oil while the Hustle line would have an advantage in lighter oil.

8/27/2021 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Question:


Ok I have the black pearl match up it has been a really good ball looking for something like it for replacement sometimes with it being a sanded pearl makes it a little snappy on the back so would this be smoother and a good replacement

8/27/2021 - By

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The polished finish on the Hyped Hybrid will actually go longer than the duller finish on the Match Up Pearl but if you were to adjust the finish on the Hyped Hybrid to the same finish as the Match Up then it would read a little earlier and smoother than the Match Up.

8/31/2021 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Difference in Hyped and Hybrid

10/29/2021 - By

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There is a Hyped Pearl and a Hyped Hybrid and the only difference is the coverstock. The pearl model has a little more length than the hybrid model.

11/5/2021 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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I have a rouge cell from 2009, what compares to this ball?

12/30/2021 - By

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The Roto Grip Rogue Cell would fit somewhere between the RST X-1 which may read just a little earlier and stronger and the Rubicon UC2 which will read later on the lane with more backend. Another ball that would be very similar from a different company would also be the Motiv Trident Horizon.

12/30/2021 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Would this ball do good on short oil patterns

1/8/2022 - By

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Yes, this ball would work well in shorter oil patterns and medium and some lighter oil conditions. The polished cover helps the ball get down the lane well so if it was shorter oil this can help the ball not to react too early.

1/14/2022 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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I have a 2016 RotoGrip HyperCellFused and a Storm Son!Q bowled several 200 gms but sometimes with the THS the Cell can be too strong on fresh and the Storm on the 2 gm seems to die in the back. I usually stand 15/10 not afraid of the outside getting ready for tournaments again and I have a low rev rate

1/14/2022 - By

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The Hyped Hybrid would give you a good option for medium to lighter conditions when the Cell is too strong and the Son!Q is reading to strong or too early. The Hyped is more of a mid performance ball so it has a little less hook potential that the other two and the polished finish will let you play it down and in if you wanted to play outside some.

1/19/2022 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Is this a good starter ball?

5/28/2022 - By

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Yes, this a great option for someone who is looking to get their first ball and also looking to get in a league. If you were going to bowl on open bowling nights then you may prefer a Hustle because bowling centers do not put out as much oil on open bowling nights but in leagues there is a little more oil so this would be a little stronger option to help for a league bowler.

6/1/2022 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Does this ball, with Hyped core, come in a 13 pound ball?

6/18/2022 - By

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This ball changes the weight block in different weights. The Hyped core is in 14-16lbs but to see more information on the weight block on the other weights you can check here: https://www.stormbowling.com/hyped-hybrid-bbmryh10

6/23/2022 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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What kind oil is this bowling ball for

6/19/2022 - By

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This ball is recommended for medium oil and some light oil conditions.

6/23/2022 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Does this ball compare with the hyped pearl

6/27/2022 - By

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The only difference between the two is the coverstock. They have the same weight block and same finish so a pearl coverstock will read a little later than a hybrid coverstock. This will mean the hybrid will have a little smoother reaction on the backend and the pearl has a more angular reaction on the backend.

6/30/2022 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Does 10lb ball have same weight block as 14lb

8/18/2022 - By

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The 10lb weight does not have the same weight block as a 14lb. Here is a link to view this on Roto Grip's website and it will show the different weight blocks for the different weights: https://www.stormbowling.com/hyped-hybrid-bbmryh10

8/19/2022 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Do you have to drill it yourself?

9/13/2022 - By

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You would possibly need to have the ball drilled at your local proshop after receiving the ball. We offer custom drilling on some bowling balls for an extra fee but you would have to have all the measurements from a previous ball you had drilled in order for us to do the drilling.

9/28/2022 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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What is drilling protection?

11/10/2022 - By

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If your new ball cracks when it's drilled by a pro shop, bowling.com will replace your ball free of charge! Manufacturers' warranties typically do not cover for cracking during drilling and drillers are not held responsible for their mistakes or defects in the ball.

11/23/2022 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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