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Radical Grease Monkey - Listed Specs

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Radical Grease Monkey Bowling Ball - WWRD 1/23/14

Radical Grease Monkey Bowling Ball - WWRD 1/23/14

Radical Grease Monkey

  • Color: Black / Purple / Silver Hybrid
  • Coverstock: Brand New Hybrid Formulation
  • Weight Block: Symmetric Core
  • Factory Finish: 500 Siaair Micro Pad / Royal Compound / Royal Shine
  • Flare Potential: Medium-High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.54
  • Differential (Diff): .048
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): n/a
  • Fragrance: n/a
  • Description:

    The Grease Monkey takes our EZ-Use category to the next level by incorporating the innovative finger scoop core technology used in our Top Shelf and Reliable price points. The finger scoop core technology makes predicting ball motion and customer satisfaction a simple task by using our easy-to-follow drill sheets. The Grease Monkey has a unique cover formula that when combined with the new core shape provides a completely new ball motion to the Radical product line. Stop monkeying around and get on board with the technology leader…Radical Bowling Technologies.
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    1. Anonymous User on 3/21/2015, said:

    Radical bowling balls made quite a showing in our recently completed City Tournament. A record doubles score of 1621 was shot by two senior bowlers – both throwing Radical balls. What’s even more unusual than that great score is that each had an 800 series. One was shot with the original Grease Monkey and the other with Reax 2 Pearl. The bowler using the Grease Monkey usually uses it when transitions occur or when the lanes are a bit loose. On this occasion, he used it the entire series. The bowler using the Reax 2 Pearl frequently uses this as his main ball – he’s had such great success with it. Needless to say, the senior boys are enjoying great bowling with their Radical equipment. Also, I should mention that another bowler won all events with a – get this – record 2335. In minor events he used the Radical Score for 5 of the 6 games. While I’m not sure exactly what those games were, the math says they must’ve all been very high. Radical is making quite a showing in Michigan right now. If you don’t have one, you might seriously want to consider one now. The Guru Mighty and Grease Monkey Whack are the newest and are looking very good.
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    2. Anonymous User on 1/19/2015, said:

    The Grease Monkey is one of the more interesting balls I use. With its symmetric core and polished cover, it definitely works well on drier lanes or chopped up heads resulting from a game or two of league or tournament play. But, the biggest reason it has found a spot in my arsenal is that it simply bails me out of trouble time after time. If I am struggling to match up to the condition, or am making ball changes that are not working, I have learned to just go to the Grease Monkey. It has a knack of just working - even when I don't think it is the ball that makes the most sense. It gets through the heads cleanly and then shows great hitting power at the pins. In fact, my team mates can frequently be heard saying "isn't it time to get the Monkey out". And it usually is. No matter what balls I take to cover the various oil patterns, I usually include the Grease Monkey simply because it works on such a variety of patterns. Oh, and if you're a hand guy (which I'm not), you can wind this one up as much as you want and still strike until the cows come home. By the way, this ball has a great price point making it one of the best values out there. Great ball by Radical Bowling Technologies as in #wowthatsradical. Neat slogan! Dave Cushion Dewitt, Michigan
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    3. Anonymous User on 1/18/2015, said:

    EZ use category, thats putting it mildly. This ball glides through the nastiest heads with ease and recovers with one thing in mind, striking! Very affordable for the beginner and a must have for the more serious bowler and at this price you cant pass this one up.
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    4. Anonymous User on 1/9/2015, said:

    This ball is awesome with a great name too....a throwback to the lane man. In terms of ball reaction the patented swoop core makes this one quite versatile based upon layout. The one I drilled pin down (45 x 4.5 x 70 with a p3 weight hole) picks up the midlane with a strong continuous motion to the pocket, whereas the one I drilled pin up (70 x 4.5 x 45) gets through the mids clean as a whistle then comes off the dry with an angular motion that nearly breaks the pins. This ball does not like oil, but if you're on medium to dry conditions, this one is great!!
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    5. Anonymous User on 10/15/2014, said:

    Truly unbeatable performance at this price. Put the double thumb layout with some surface and watch it out hook, and hit, balls like the Hy-Road. With the heavy gloss finish you won't see as much hook. Great for when the Yeti Uncaged goes a bit too long. This one gives you similar length with a smoother backend (still on the flippy side.)
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    6. Anonymous User on 5/30/2014, said:

    Amazing peformance for the price. This is a really great house shot option because it revs in the mid-lane and picks up without overhooking. Once it encounters the friction it makes a defined move that is easy to read. I am going to have a lot of fun throwing this ball. Layout: pin directly under ring finger, ~5inches from PAP.
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