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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.
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Is it good as the black widow black gold
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.
I have an Idol Pearl + Pro and a Web Tour Solid. Would this be a good compliment to that arsenal for lighter conditions?
You could go with something like the Hustle 3TP or a Storm Match Up Pearl to get something more suited for lighter conditions.
What's the difference between this and a Hustle 3TP?
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.
Is this ball use for slow speed bowlers with speed from 9_12
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.
How much stronger is the idol pearl compared to mvp pearl
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.
Roto-grip mvp vs roto-grip mvp pearl
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.
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?
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.
Can I use this ball after my Storm Phaze 3.
Yes, the MVP or the MVP Pearl would both work as a good option to transfer too as the Phaze III became too aggressive. They have similar length and the MVP series works down into lighter oil conditions better.
WHAT DOES RG2:55MEAN?. SINCE I HAVE A SLOWER BALL SPEED WHICH TOP WT. DO I SPECIFY? 3.5 OR 2.5>?
The higher the RG number the later the weight block reacts on the lanes. The lower the RG number is the earlier the weight block will want to react. If you have a slower ball speed then you may want a ball with a higher RG and a pearl coverstock like the MVP Pearl.
If I’m shooting up right side of the lane and hitting pocket would this work for me throwing about 15 mph
Yes, the pearl coverstock and polished finish will help this ball to read straight through the midlane and then have a sharper backend hook on medium to light oil conditions.
What other ball besides the Rotogrip MVP Pearl is good for when lanes change from medium oil to dry
Here is a link to view all of the Roto Grip bowling balls designed to work in medium to dry conditions: https://www.bowling.com/shopping/all/bowling-balls/all?brand=19&lane-conditions=71
Hi I have a MVP Pearl my speed is around 13 I really like this ball but sometimes there is more oil for this ball to work so what ball would be good for me with a slow ball speed
Here is a link to view some options that will have similar length and reaction like the MVP Pearl but work better in medium to heavier oil conditions: https://www.bowling.com/shopping/all/bowling-balls/all?brand=19&lane-conditions=38&coverstock=52
Do they have a 15 #ball ?
This ball has already sold out of 15lbs unfortunately. It is a closeout so we are not able to get more in stock once they sell out.
Do you have a 15 # MVP ball available
Unfortunately this ball is sold out of 15lbs. Since this is discontinued we will no longer be able to get this back in stock once a weight sells out.
Due to the time it takes to produce the Roto Grip MVP Pearl ball it will ship in immediately. We cannot ship this ball outside the United States.