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The Roto Grip MVP Pearl bowling ball is an MVP among mid performance pearl balls. This ball uses the Neutron NXT core and the VTC-P19 Pearl Reactive coverstock. With a higher RG and medium differential the Neutron NXT core offers ample length as well as down lane motion for any bowling style. The coverstock formula allows more response to friction at the back of the lane than the hybrid version from Roto Grip. This ball is a go to ball for lighter oil conditions or when the lanes transition and a stronger ball starts to break too early.
Is it good as the black widow black gold11/5/2019 - By Tiger
The first difference would be the Black Widow Black/Gold is an upper mid performance ball designed for medium to heavy oil. The MVP Pearl is a mid performance ball designed for medium to light oil conditions. They have similar reactions in that they both go pretty long on the lane before reacting but the Widow is much stronger and works in more oil.11/6/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I have an Idol Pearl + Pro and a Web Tour Solid. Would this be a good compliment to that arsenal for lighter conditions?11/25/2019 - By Aaron
What's the difference between this and a Hustle 3TP?11/28/2019 - By Terry
The MVP has a little stronger weight block so it will make it just a little stronger hook potential. They are very similar in length though.12/4/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Is this ball use for slow speed bowlers with speed from 9_121/3/2020 - By Chocolate
Yes, this would be a good option for someone with a slower ball speed because it is designed to go longer on the lanes before it starts hooking. You would not want a duller ball that hooks earlier if you have a slower ball speed.1/8/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How much stronger is the idol pearl compared to mvp pearl1/3/2020 - By Sorny
The Idol Pearl is a step up from the MVP Pearl. The Idol Pearl is an upper mid performance and the MVP Pearl is a mid performance so the Idol is going to be a stronger hook potential and handle a little more oil than the MVP Pearl.1/8/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Roto-grip mvp vs roto-grip mvp pearl3/7/2020 - By Fred
The only difference would be the coverstock. The Hybrid cover in the MVP will read a little earlier than the Pearl so this makes the MVP also work better in medium oil while the MVP Pearl is better suited in medium to lighter oil.3/10/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I have a older 15 lbs Roto Grip Nomad and I am looking for a current ball at 14 lbs that has similar reactions. Is this the ball?4/7/2020 - By Mike
The Nomad would have fit between the MVP and the Idol Pro actually. If you wanted something a little stronger you could go with the Idol Pro. If you wanted something with a little less hook then the MVP would be a good option. I hope this helps.4/8/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff