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The Roto Grip Idol Synergy takes the best of the original Idol and the Idol Pearl and combines them into a highly anticipated upper mid-performance bowling ball. The R&D team at Roto Grip worked hard to formulate the purest and most responsive version of the eTrax hybrid coverstock so far. Combined with the popular Ikon symmetrical core this ball is one to check out.
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Would this ball fit in between a storm trend and a roto grip mvp?
Yes, this would be a nice fit between those options and would help you transition into medium oil conditions when the Trend is a too strong and when the MVP is not quite strong enough.
Would this ball fit between my Storm promotion and Trend?
I do not think this would fit between the Pro-Motion and Trend. This is an upper mid performance ball and the other two are both high performance so this would fit under both balls. It has good length so it reacts more similar to the Trend but it will be less hook potential than the Pro-Motion and Trend.
How does this ball compare to Storm Axiom Pearl
This ball will be very similar to the Axiom but reads just a little earlier due to the Hybrid coverstock. The Idol Synergy actually would closer match to the Phaze III.
Would this ball be a good fit between the Proton and the Iq nano pearl
Both the Proton Physix and IQ Tour Nano will have duller finishes. The IQ Tour Nano does have a pearl coverstock which will give it a little more length than the Proton Physix but they will both still read earlier than the Idol Synergy which has a polished finish out of the box. Also, the Idol Synergy is rated mostly for medium oil while the Proton Physix is heavy oil only and the IQ Tour Nano was more for medium to heavy. I would not see this ball as fitting between the Proton and IQ Tour Nano. I think this would be an option for when the IQ Tour Nano was reading too strong or too early and then you could move to this as the lanes break down some.
I roll a hard backup would work for me
Yes, you will just need to tell your driller to drill the ball for a backup roller and they can get a layout that will help this ball work for your style.
How does this ball compare to the HyMax
The Idol Synergy would go longer on the lanes because it has a hybrid coverstock with a polished finish and the Hy-Road Max has a solid cover with a duller finish. Also the Synergy is an upper mid performance compared to the mid performance Hy-Road Max so the Synergy has a stronger hook potential
how close to the idol pro is the roto grip synergy
Out of the box the Synergy has a hybrid coverstock and a polished finish which will give it more length and a sharper backend than the Idol Pro which has a solid coverstock and duller finish. They have the same weight block but the cover and finish are the big difference.
How does the synergy compare to the 900 global reality
These bowling balls will have a very different reaction. The Idol Synergy is an upper mid performance ball with a hybrid cover and polished finish to give the more length with a bigger backend hook. The Reality is a high performance ball with a solid cover and duller finish to read the lanes earlier for a smooth arcing hook. The Idol Synergy is better in medium oil while the Reality is more for heavier oil conditions.
How does this compare to the Storm Hyroad?
They will be very similar but the Synergy would be just a little stronger since it was in the upper mid performance class and the Hy-Road was more in the mid performance class. They will have similar length on the lanes and both work well in medium oil conditions.
Due to the time it takes to produce the Roto Grip Idol Synergy ball it will ship in immediately. We cannot ship this ball outside the United States.