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