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Motiv Covert Revolt Bowling Ball

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Motiv Covert Revolt Bowling Ball - WWRD 2/14/14


Motiv Covert Revolt Bowling Ball - WWRD 2/14/14

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Motiv Covert Revolt


  • Color: Black Smoke
  • Coverstock: Turmoil™ HFS Reactive
  • Weight Block: Vanquish™
  • Factory Finish: 3500 Grit Sanded
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.47
  • Differential (Diff): .056
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): n/a
  • Fragrance: n/a
  • Description:

    PERFORMANCE: MEDIUM-HEAVY OIL/SMOOTH

    Take control with a Covert Revolt. It has been weaponized for medium-heavy oil conditions enlisting completely new technology from MOTIV. Turmoil HFS cover stock and the Vanquish core enable the Covert Revolt to attack with a very strong smooth motion and undeniable continuation.

    The new Vanquish™ core produces an explosive 2.47 RG to increase rev potential and .056 differential for aggressive track flare. This combinat ion provides devastating hooking power.

    The Covert Revolt also features new Turmoil HFS (High Friction Solid) cover stock, which mobilizes the ball to make an earlier move on the lane and drive through the pin deck with unstoppable force.

    Competitive bowlers building an arsenal will find the Covert Revolt to provide a tactical advantage on fresh, higher volume patterns. Low-rev and high ball speed bowlers will find it to be a more versatile weapon that performs on a wider variety of conditions.

    Take control with a Covert Revolt!
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    1. Anonymous User on 4/7/2014, said:

    Motiv Covert Revolt The Motiv Covert Revolt for me is one of the most versatile pieces to date from Motiv. This ball combines the new Vanquish core with the Brand new Turmoil HFS (High Friction Solid) Cover stock. This ball loves friction and does not shy away from Volume. I have one of these drilled at 70x5x30 and another one that is drilled 70x5x70. These two complement each other very well. These are becoming the first ball out of my bag when I do not know the shot or when I want to play a little straighter on high volume shots. I have also been able to use these on medium volume shot and really open up the lane. For me the revolt is also surprisingly angular. I have also taken the surface down from 3000 to 2000 on both of these and they now read the lane so well. This ball is rapidly becoming one of my all-time favorite pieces from Motiv. Plus the black ball provides a very unique old school look that will surely turn heads around your local center. Enjoy the new Motiv Covert Revolt. Justin Howard Motiv Staff www.motivbowling.com
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    2. Anonymous User on 3/16/2014, said:

    COVER: Turmoil HFS, CORE: Vanquish, FINISH: 3500 Grit Sanded,RG: 2.47, DIFF: 0.056. Being that I am left handed I really like smooth, controllable ball motion. The Covert Revolt gives me just that. It has a lot of overall motion, but it happens earlier on the lane. Therefore, the shape is really smoothed out. I have thrown this ball during the USBC Masters, tested on the USBC Open Team pattern, and a variety of house shots. It never disappointed. I played between 2nd and 3rd arrow on the Open pattern, never really giving the 2-4 away. It read the body of the pattern very well and made it easy to figure out the transition. On house shots I usually rely on some bounce off the dry since there is usually a puddle in the middle and the ball can't finish. I subbed in a center I don't bowl in much at all and it is extremely wet/dry. I was able to keep a very tight line right up 2nd arrow and not give the 4 pin away. If I missed to the dry, it hooked too early. However if I kept it in the oil it read the lane wonderfully and went through the pins very well. I also like the solid black color with this piece. For you old timers or non flashy bowlers, you'll really enjoy the looks of this ball. I have mine drilled 60 x 5 x 65 with no extra hole. Here's my link to my Youtube video for the Covert Revolt. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-F9x8HIZEsk
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    3. Anonymous User on 3/14/2014, said:

    MOTIV Covert Revolt Review My Information Ball speed-15mph average Rev Rate-300 rpm average Axis Rotation-45* Axis Tilt-15* Specs of the Covert Revolt Inner Core-Vanquish Coverstock- Turmoil HFS Finish-3000grit sanded RG- 2.47 15 lbs. RG-Diff..056 15 lbs. Flare-5” Drilling on test ball 65* x 50* @ 3 ¾” with a P 2 X-hole Lanes tested on 43’ Blended house shot. The Covert Revolt has the all new symmetrical Vanquish core, and it’s wrapped in the all new Turmoil HFS coverstock. This combination gives the Revolt a even reaction throughout the entire lane.A early revving reaction in the heads,with a nice smooth transition in the midlane,yet controllable move at the breakpoint. The Revolt is so continuous and smooth down lane.This reaction helps when the lanes are heavier oiled and the backends are crisp.With most of the energy being used up front from the Vanquish core,the Turmoil cover helps smooth out the backend reaction. Which helps to create a slower response time to the friction. Using the Revolt on the 43” house shot I could play inside the oil line,which allowed me to get the desired reaction I was looking for.Early revs in front and smooth throughout,which helped me stay away from the outside portion of the lane.The pin carry was excellent from this area. When the heads started to go a little,I just moved to 25/13/8. Being in the oil allowed me to use the early roll in the oil,yet get good recovery from the dry .The ball from this angle was still smooth and continuous,yet showed no signs of over reacting. And the pin carry didn’t suffer. When the heads really went away ,it was time to put this ball away for me.And go to the Sigma Sting. Overall- The Revolt performs well on fresh oil,when trying to control the backend. It’s best suited for for oil to oily mediums, Angela Wilt MOTIV Staff member http://www.motivbowling.com/products...rt-revolt.html http://www.motivbowling.com/products/balls/covert-revolt.html
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    4. Trent on 2/25/2014, said:

    Test pattern: 40ft. Modified House Shot Brunswick Pro Lane Layout: 5”x 5” 80 x 5” x 70 The Motiv Covert Revolt was designed to give a smooth, controllable reaction in medium-heavy oil conditions and it delivers on that promise. TheTurmoil HFS coverstock combined with the Vanquish core (2.47 RG, .056 Diff) is a good pairing of two new technologies. When facing fresh oil this ball has given me traction throughout the midlane, producing a solid read that allows me to make the proper moves when the lane changes. Where I have seen this ball shine the most is when the backends are extremely jumpy. When other shells are reading the breakpoint too hard, the Turmoil HFS cover gives me control without sacrificing hitting power or continuation. I have been quite impressed with the Revolts ball motion and it is a great way for me to start off a block when I need traction but not the sheer amount of hook that the Talon gives me. Predictability and control with great traction; that is what the Covert Revolt brings to your fight against the lanes. Take control! Trent Overbey In the Zone Pro Shop Motiv Staff www.motivbowling.com
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    5. Anonymous User on 2/18/2014, said:

    Covert Revolt Interesting piece for sure..First and Foremost really love to see the solid black cover which reminds me of the old school days! The big thing is this is NOT your old school ball. Surprising pop and continuation is this balls calling card. I am totally impressed by the motion this ball makes and where its fits in the Motiv family line. This ball is strong and just doesn’t quit. It fits well with my Sigma Sting, Primal Rage and Tribal giving me everything I could ask for, for every lane condition I see. My benchmark ball is my Sigma Sting and the Revolt gives me a much better look on a heavier oil pattern where needed. Used it on Scorpion two weeks ago and this ball was beast. It gave me room right and provided a predictable strong, continuous motion through the pins on every shot. A pin down drill pattern seems to work best for my game but having a pin up version of this ball allowed me to follow the transition of the lanes as the 8 game block progressed. This ball is a must have for those of you looking for a GREAT league and tournament ball. Don’t be afraid to hit it with 2000 to help smooth it out on your THS. You wont be disappointed! Great ball from a great company! Come get Motivated! Rick Zakrajsek Motiv Staff www.Motivbowling.com
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    6. Anonymous User on 2/6/2014, said:

    Take control with the new Covert Revolt. It has been weaponized for medium-heavy oil conditions enlisting completely new technology from MOTIV. Turmoil HFS cover stock and the Vanquish core enable the Covert Revolt to attack with a very strong motion and undeniable continuation. The new Vanquish™ core produces an explosive 2.47 RG to increase rev potential and .056 differential for aggressive track flare. This combination provides devastating hooking power. The Covert Revolt also features new Turmoil HFS (High Friction Solid) cover stock, which mobilizes the ball to make an earlier move on the lane and drive through the pin deck with unstoppable force. Competitive bowlers building an arsenal will find the Covert Revolt to provide a tactical advantage on fresh higher volume patterns. Low-rev and high ball speed bowlers will find it to be a more versatile weapon that performs on a wider variety of conditions. Review: I punched up my New Covert Revolt with my favorite layout (55 X 4 1/2 X 40) which puts the pin just slightly over my bridge and fingers. I have only been throwing this ball for almost 2 weeks now and I am seriously in LOVE. This new piece by Motiv rolls absolutely amazing. The Covert Revolt has brand new cover and core technologies that I think will be very successful in the Motiv line. Motiv has made plenty of smooth reacting bowling balls before such as the Sigma Tour, Thrash, QZ2, Sigma Hybrid, Venom Strike, and others. But in my opinion, the Covert Revolt is the most continuous solid ball that Motiv has ever made. This ball has no quit! The Revolt makes a strong read throughout the entire lane with a very strong continuous motion in the backend. This ball has not left my hand since I have drilled it. I have only had it for a little less than two weeks and I have already shot a 300 with it while pot bowling for a couple bucks and I shot 246 266 269 for a 781 in my Saturday night league on a typical house shot. Not only does it roll good but it looks good as well. I love not being able see the tilt, axis rotation, and revolutions. But thats just a preference for me! This ball has already generated a lot of interest from my fellow bowling peers as we approach the World Wide Release Date on Valentines Day 02/14/2014. Don't waste anymore time and #TAKECONTROL by ordering your MOTIV Covert Revolt today! Get MOTIVated!!! Bobby Middleton Jr. MOTIV Staff Member www.motivbowling.com
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    7. Anonymous User on 1/26/2014, said:

    COVERT REVOLT Description: The Covert Revolt reveals the new Vanquish Core and new Turmoil HFS Cover. Reaction: The addition of the Covert Revolt has filled MOTIV’s slot for an earlier revving medium to heavy oil ball. This ball is best suited when the ball needs to start sooner in the front part of the lane and maintain a controllable motion at the backend. I can see this being a popular choice on more difficult patterns that provide a moderate to heavy amounts of oil volume. This ball isn’t strong just in the front, the middle, or back part of the lane…it is evenly strong throughout the entire lane. On carry down I tend to go to something that has more down lane reaction such as the Primal Rage, but the combination of control and downlane hook will provide an additional option. Most balls designed for medium to heavy oil aren’t useable from start to finish, but the Covert Revolt provides just enough down lane reaction to use it for complete sets. Comparisons: The Covert Revolt is very close to letting me play a similar area in the front part of the lane as the Raptor Talon, but where it differs is the continuation it provides down lane. The Raptor Talon is much more forward down lane and is not able to cover as many boards. Compared to the Sigma Sting the Covert Revolt pushed me much deeper on the lane with my target and just shy in covering as many boards down lane, but keep in mind the Covert Revolt covers boards very gradually. (See video for visual comparisons) Summary: The Covert Revolts biggest strength is controllable hook. This is going to be a ball that will thrive on fresh or heavier sport patterns. I tested polishing the Covert Revolt and although it did create more length, I still saw the very gradual and consistent shape downlane that makes this ball unique. I think for those that may find those made for heavy oil only balls too strong, this ball will give you that same strength but will provide more hook potential down lane. YouTube Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ys-YjrHVCLo Mike Magolan MOTIV/Turbo/Boom Apparel Staff Member
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