Customer Reviews | 3 Customer Questions
By Joe Altimore from Canton Ohio
Sharp off the spot!
If you are looking for a ball that has a defined down Lane motion off the spot this is your shark.
It will recover from almost anywhere.. as long as you get it to so.e friction it will come back!
By Biff from Southaven , MS
Must have for your bag
Love this ball..more length than the solid and stores energy so well...this ball is very continuous through the pins..these 2 makos are a great 1-2 punch!!
By Christina Kinney from Las Vegas, NV
Definitely worth adding to your arsenal!
The Mako Attack definitely gave me some length down the lane in comparison to my original Mako. It gave me a nice angular, continuous motion that didn't over react when entering the pins. It was slightly oil sensitive for me which tells me it's probably not a ball I would use early on the fresh. This one will be a "ball down" choice when the lanes start to break down. I'm very happy with my Track Mako Attack! :)
By Dave Han from Birmingham, AL
Paradox Trilogy Cover + Mako Core = WOW!
The Track Mako Attack stores energy well through the heads for a high-performance ball and makes a strong, continuous motion through the pins. It is a perfect marriage of coverstock and core. The Paradox Trilogy QR-10 Hybrid cover is on this ball - is a very clean coverstock that wants to hook. With the Paradox core, the Trilogy looked great rolling on the lane - but for me - did not go through the pins as well as I hoped. However, with the Mako core, the same coverstock rolls clean, and explodes through the pins with a strong continuation.
The Mako Attack is going to be a great ball for both league and sport shots, particularly on things like PBA Chameleon.
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By Freeswing from Washington, DC
Mako (Reaction) Attack (Finish)
Mako Attack (Box Surface and 500/3000 and 2000/3000) - Modified "Rico Layout" Pin in the palm x hole about 6 inches from the pin near the MB.
House Shot Patterns Fresh and Broken Down
The Mako Attack is a really good compliment to the Mako I don't see a huge difference between the two of them but they are different as far as shape. Reading the lane I have the Mako being a little earlier but both are still smooth and continuous on the backend with tremendous finish through the pins. I tried the Mako Attack out of box and I couldn't believe the amount of angles I could play with it I was getting a really good feel for the reaction and the finish through the pins. I rolled with it at another bowling center and it was not getting around the corner like I wanted it to. Prior to the next week I put the 500/3000 surface on it which made the Mako Attack earlier then I wanted it to be. That gave me a different reaction that I might use later on down the line but not for that house pattern. I then put 2000/3000 on it and now I am able to see a consistent reaction on various house patterns. That tells me a few things versatile cover as far as surface adjustment and Modified "Rico Layout" in this type of ball is not bad for me. I still have to try it in a symmetrical bowling ball. I have seen various styles use the Mako Attack if you're looking for something to compliment the Mako or if you never had the Mako the Mako Attack is a great option, the reaction and finish are true to its name.
By Trackbowlr from Neenah, WI
Ball: Mako Attack
Layout: 65 x 4.25 x 55 - Pin in ring finger
Surface: Box - 500/1000 Plus Powerhouse Polish
Rev Rate: 370 RPM
Ball Speed: 16 MPH
Pap: 5-3/8 - 1" Up
I drilled the Mako Attack with my benchmark drilling and will use it when the lanes break down and I have to start moving left. This ball gets down lane and it flips very nicely off the spot. This ball is a great compliment to the Mako when the lanes dry up. If you liked the Mako this is a must for your bag.