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The Roto Grip Idol Pro uses the Ikon core that changed the perception of the HP3 line for Roto Grip. This core has a low RG symmetrical shape with high differential that generates flare as well as awesome motion down the lane and on through the pin deck. The Idol Pro introduces the eTrax-S19 Solid Reactive coverstock which was designed to offer more traction on oil without reacting too early. This cover is finished with a 3000 grit Sheen. The solid coverstock with a sheen finish allows this ball to get through the front of the lane with a controlled reaction at the breakpoint on medium to medium/heavy oil conditions.
What is the difference between the idol pro and the regular idol?7/18/2019 - By Ang2002
What’s the difference between idol pro and the storm pro motion8/14/2019 - By Jiey
The Storm Pro-Motion was a high performance ball with a slightly duller finish out-of-the-box so it was made more for heavier oil and it would be a little stronger overall. The Idol Pro goes a little longer than the Pro-Motion but it is more versatile to handle medium to heavy oil conditions. Both are meant to read the midlanes well and have a strong continuous hook.8/15/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
What would be the difference between Idol Pro and a Phaze 29/29/2019 - By Woodman
This ball is very very similar to the Phaze II down to have the same exact out-of-box finish and they are both upper mid performance balls with solid coverstocks for medium to heavy oil.10/1/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
seems like this would be a great ball down from the UFO when the lanes start to transition .. my style is stroker at 14 to 15 MPH2/20/2020 - By army dad
This would be a gradual step down from the UFO and it still will give you a good early reaction with a smooth arcing hook on medium to heavy oil.3/5/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
hi just bought a phase3, love this ball, my question is how would a idol pro. i stand on the 37brd and my targetbrd is the 10 arrow. throw bout 15mph, dont put alot of fingers into the ball. thx for the help2/24/2020 - By dah
The Idol Pro would react earlier on the lanes and have a smoother arcing hooking while the Phaze III was designed to longer and have a sharper backend hook. The Idol Pro could be used in a little heavier conditions than the Phaze III and as the night goes on and the Idol Pro starts hooking to much for your style then you could change to the Phaze III.2/25/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How does the Idol Pro compare to the Storm OG Hyroad and the 900 Global Boost Pearl?7/22/2020 - By DubC
The Idol Pro is designed to read more in the midlane and have a smooth arcing hook down the lane. Because it was an upper mid performance it would work in medium to heavier oil similar to the HyRoad but the HyRoad was designed to go a little longer on the lanes. As for the 900 Global Boost Pearl, it was considered an entry level ball for lighter oil and it will go very long on the lanes with a sharp backend.7/23/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff