MOTIV Bowling has significant knowledge of high quality bowling ball core design and manufacturing. In fact, in the early 1990's that's all MOTIV did! In 2007 MOTIV researched how to make a better looking ball as well. Their patented NeoMark™ graphics eliminates engraving and now MOTIV makes one of the best looking balls with the best core tech inside!
Motiv TridentReviewed: Monday, Aug 8, 2016Reviewer: Adam Chase from North Babylon, NYThe Trident is Motiv's newest high performance bowling ball. It is a hybrid between the Jackal and the Jackal Carnage. This ball is great for medium to heavy oil and is a good replacement if you had any of the Jackals. I find this Trident to be much more continuous than the Jackal Carnage and a little more controllable than the original Jackal. This ball is very strong in the midlane and can handle a large amount of oil with the right ball surface. This ball can handle more oil than the Revolt Havoc but is not as early, so it can be used… - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Motiv Venom CobraReviewed: Wednesday, Jul 20, 2016Reviewer: James from Hephzibah Ga.An air pocket was discovered while it was being drilled - Bottom Line:
Motiv Forza GTReviewed: Wednesday, Jul 13, 2016Reviewer: Kevin from Torrance, CAI was a big fan of the original smooth rolling MOTIV Forza, so I was excited to see that the new Forza GT was coming out with the same core, and a new Hybrid Cover. My hope was that the Forza GT would be right in the middle of my arsenal, and after throwing it for a while under a variety of conditions – that's exactly what I got: My new benchmark ball! On average length fresh oil patterns I find that the GT has just the right amount of traction to deliver perfect continuation through the pins.
On fresh sport patterns (in the 38 to 42 foot… - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend