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DV8 Ruckus Schizo Bowling Ball

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DV8 Ruckus Schizo Bowling Ball - WWRD 7/16/14

DV8 Ruckus Schizo Bowling Ball - WWRD 7/16/14

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Dv8 Ruckus Schizo

  • Color: Neon Lime/Neon Yellow Pearl
  • Coverstock: Class 12F Reactive
  • Weight Block: Ruckus Medium RG
  • Factory Finish: 500 Siaair Micro Pad, Royal Compound
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.54
  • Differential (Diff): .052
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): 0.013
  • Fragrance: n/a
  • Description:

    Featuring the new Class 12F Pearl Reactive coverstock wrapped around the Ruckus core, the Ruckus Schizo skids easily through the front and midlane flipping on the backend for the most breakpoint potential of any DV8 ever on medium to oily lane conditions.
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    1. Anonymous User on 12/6/2014, said:

    DV8 SCHIZO!! This is the amazing ball !!!cover out the box is 4000 with the skid flip motion that is awesome on medium to heavy oil. This Ball will carry on a lot of patterns were your leaving a lot of corners. If you're looking for a bowling ball to read the med lane this is the ONE!! I even change the cover down to 2000 and still had the same look but with a 3 board inside move. The ball had more hitting power even the light hits had pins moving on the deck. Maurice Moore DV8 Regional Staff. Layout: 55/5/40 Style: Stroker.
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    2. Tim on 10/5/2014, said:

    The Ruckus Schizo features the same core as the first two Ruckus balls but with a slightly tweaked pearl cover compared to the others. It comes with the same compound finish as the original Ruckus. I was curious how these two balls would differ, so I drilled the Schizo similar to my favorite Ruckus and took to the lanes. I went with a 65 x 5 1/8 x 40 dual angle layout. Within a couple shots, the difference between these two balls was clear. The Ruckus is a long/strong type ball. On fresh patterns, the high volumes can cause this ball to be very touchy and erratic. I found this ball to be much better suited for medium volumes and broken down patterns where more launch and backend angle is required. The new Ruckus Schizo read the midlane more, and blended out the wet/dry of the house shot much better. Since they are the same core and finish, this has to be attributed to the stronger coverstock. Overall hook on the fresh pattern for these two balls was pretty close (the Schizo probably 1-2 boards more overall), but how they read the sensitive areas of the lane was the big difference. I knew they wouldn't be close, but for "shiggles" i grabbed my Ruckus Feud to see how it compared. The Feud is still a hook monster and still the strongest ball I know of. The Schizo was about 6-7 boards less hook, as the Feud just dug through the oil much better. To try and bridge the gap between my Feud and Ruckus, I felt it was better to break the compound off of the Schizo with a 3000 pad. This made the ball about 3-4 boards less the the Feud, and about 3-4 more than the Ruckus, and still maintaining the predictability that set the Schizo and Ruckus apart. The DV8 product line is filling up nicely, and offers tons of different ball motions across the entire catalog. The Ruckus Schizo is a great addition and will offer bowlers of all styles great backend motion without making them pull their hair out because of over/under reaction.
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