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The Roto Grip MVP bowling ball is an MVP among mid performance balls. This ball introduces the Neutron NXT core and the VTC-H19 Hybrid coverstock. The core in this ball was derived from the successful Neutron core but with a higher RG that provides ample reaction at the breakpoint. The coverstock formula allows more response to friction at the back of the lane than previous mid performance hybrid coverstocks from Roto Grip. This ball is a go to ball when the lanes transition and a stronger ball starts to break too early. This ball will also be great when up against lane conditions with more friction.
I thought the pearl was good, this one is better out the box. Practice 8 straight strikes I was amazed wow. Both MVP'S are worth the money!
Got this ball and bowles 698 out of the box. Made wrong move 2nd game adjusted and ball just kept hottinh hard. Strong controlled hook.
Great ball. Will be 1st out if bag over my Halo.
Best ball I've thrown. It always does what I expect it to. Put the pin right next to your ring finger and call it tha day!!! Give your self at least a half an inch buffer
I have a winner pearl and I want to know if this is stronger or weaker than the winner8/14/2019 - By Noah
What conditions is the ball good for is it a good replacement for the Halo pearl9/8/2019 - By Bnzo
This ball is going to be good for medium oil lane conditions. The Halo Pearl will be more aggressive than the MVP, it will also be good on medium to heavy lane conditions.9/9/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
mvp and idle pro i recently bought both of these balls in 14# the mvp hooks more then the idle pro what can i do to calm this ball down it does not have a weight hole9/10/2019 - By boomer
Are both bowling balls drilled with the same pattern? The MVP will hook more on the backend and all at once but the Idol Pro should cover more boards overall. The Idol Pro will have a smoother hook so it can seem like it is not as strong because it starts hooking earlier and the gradual hook is less noticeable than having all of the hook at once like the MVP does on the last part of the lane.9/12/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How does this ball compare to the cutting edge?9/10/2019 - By Bronco
It may depend on the Cutting Edge because we have a few. The Cutting Edge Pearl has a polished finish out of the box and this may be the closest comparison to the MVP. The Hybrid and Solid Cutting edge would have a different reaction and will not react the same.9/13/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
My cousin throws a backup ball(yes I know it’s weird) and I wanted to know if this ball would roll good for him. He’s using a storm tropical at the moment and is looking for a stronger hook.9/17/2019 - By LRC
Any ball can work for a backup bowling but you just have to make sure the driller knows to drill the ball for a backup bowler. The drilling layout will be key to getting the ball to react the correct way for a backup bowler.9/25/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How does this ball compare to the pitch black9/18/2019 - By Ryn
There is going to be a big difference between this and the Pitch Black. The Pitch Black has a urethane cover which is much weaker than the reactive coverstock on this MVP. Also the Pitch Black has a duller finish to help it read more midlane and have a smoother hook while the MVP goes later down the lane and has a more angular backend hook.9/25/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Is this ball symmetrical is asymmetrical10/2/2019 - By GETERDONE
Is this a ball that will skid down the lane and then flip?1/21/2020 - By ducci
Is the ball stronger than old wrecker? Like more backend. The wrecker hit like a Mack truck.2/16/2020 - By Mingo
The specs are very close. They both have a hybrid cover with a 1500 grit finish. The RG and RG diff are close with the only difference being the RG Diff is .042 on the Wrecker and .040 on the MVP.2/19/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Like to know how this ball would compare to my Storm Intense...I’m lefty leaving solid 7 as the Intense drills thru the pocket but no pin action to the left so out comes the plastic White Dot for pick up.3/9/2020 - By Loose Lefty
The Storm Intense was a high performance ball designed for medium to heavier oil conditions. It was a pearl cover designed to go longer on the lanes with a very strong backend hook. This MVP is a mid performance ball designed for medium oil. It has a hybrid cover but the polished finish helps this to go later on the lanes and have a decent backend hook. It could be a good compliment to the Intense but it would not be a great ball to replace the Intense if you wanted something to take its place.3/11/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff