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Radical Yeti Untamed Bowling Ball

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Radical Yeti Untamed Bowling Ball - WWRD 10/31/13


Radical Yeti Untamed Bowling Ball - WWRD 10/31/13

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Radical Yeti Untamed


  • Color: Black/Emerald Green Solid
  • Coverstock: Brand New Resin Base Coverstock
  • Weight Block: Symmetric Core
  • Factory Finish: 500 Siaair Micro Pad, Royal Compound, Royal Shine
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.482
  • Differential (Diff): .054
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): n/a
  • Fragrance: n/a
  • Description:

    Performance:
    This second generation Yeti incorporates the same dynamic core as the original Yeti, but with a brand new resin base coverstock. The Yeti Untamed is a monster, and it has more overall hook than the original Yeti with most of the action taking place down the lane. To say the Yeti Untamed has a big back end would be an understatement.
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    1. Charles on 12/8/2014, said:

    Of all the balls in the Yeti lineup, this one has been the most profitable for me. Earlier than the Uncaged and later than the Unleashed, the Untamed is the benchmark ball in the Yeti series. I liked it so much, I ended up drilling two of them. The first one has the pin above the ring finger with a double thumb hole. This Untamed is clean through the front part of the lane and has a quick response to friction downlane. The second one is drilled with the Pin under the middle finger which reduces flare. This layout helps the ball get through the fronts and has a slower response to friction downlane. I used these two balls exclusively for about 3 months everywhere I went. Very versatile ball that responds well to layout and surface changes.
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    2. James on 3/31/2014, said:

    Yeti Untamed drilled 60 x 4 1/2 x 65 This is a great compliment to the Yeti Unleashed. I tweaked the dual angles to allow better recovery on a pattern that has broken down. This ball has a great look going down the lane with the shiny green/black color scheme. This layout works best once I have broken the pattern down with the Yeti Unleashed. If you are bowling on less heavy patterns but still need that extra umph going down the lane.
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    3. Anonymous User on 1/7/2014, said:

    Well the original Yeti was so good that I didn't think it could get better but this Yeti Untamed is UNREAL!!! This is the BEST green and black ball in the market....take that how you will. It is clean through the front, starts to read the midlane, and has an awesome strong arc in the back. What a great release by Radical!! So here's the tech specs: I drilled this one 65 x 4.5 x 55 with a 3/4 inch motion hole. Before the hole, this ball was nice and smooth. The motion hole made this piece absolutely NASTY!!!
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    4. Anonymous User on 12/8/2013, said:

    Drilled 70x4.75x30 no x-hole I like this ball very much. It is definitely part of my tournament arsenal. The ball is highly polished from the factory. Knocking the polish off really smoothed out the reaction for me. This ball is a step up from my Meanstreak Brawler. It makes a strong and continuous move in the back third of the lane. For me, it is a great option for medium/heavy conditions. It will probably be too much ball for medium to light conditions unless you are speed dominant.
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