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900 Global Moxie Bowling Ball

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900 Global Moxie Bowling Ball - WWRD 9/30/14


900 Global Moxie Bowling Ball - WWRD 9/30/14

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900 Global Moxie


  • Color: Red/Yellow/Black
  • Coverstock: 78 Dig Hybrid
  • Weight Block: Tetra Symmetric
  • Factory Finish: 4000 Pad
  • Flare Potential: 5-6"
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.49
  • Differential (Diff): .052
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): n/a
  • Fragrance: n/a
  • Description:

    The NEW 78 Dig™ Hybrid Coverstock is ready to grab its way through any amount of oil you can lay under it.

    The NEW Tetra™ Symmetric core is designed for a strong, heavy roll throughout the lane.

    The Moxie™ is YOUR Heavy Oil Ball!
  • Product Rating: (4.83)   # of Ratings: 12   Rate It! Click Here to rate this product


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    1. Matt on 4/14/2015, said:

    Moxie Drilling: 5.5 x 4.25 x 4.75 (Pin In Middle Finger, CG kicked 1 inch off Center Line) Surface: OOB 4000 Abralon Pattern: 42ft TBS This ball just flat out hooks. I’m 3 boards left with my feet compared to my Dream On, but this ball is a lot cleaner. It starts a good 10 – 15 feet later than the Dream On. This ball will create a good 1-2 punch working with the Dream On, on those heavy patterns. I plan on drilling a stronger pin down Moxie soon. Matt Fazzone, 900 Global Regional Staff
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    2. William on 3/6/2015, said:

    This ball must have oil. I used it on a 43' pattern. It performed extremely well on the fresh, however, after the first game i had to start moving left (right handed) no problem it still performed wonderful. Highly recommended for long oil patterns. William Banks, 900 Global/AMF, Professional Staffer.
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    3. Kenneth on 3/6/2015, said:

    Drilling: 55 x 4 7/8 x 35 Pap: 5 5/8 right 1 ½ up Finish: Box Lane Conditions: Heavy Oil Summary: This ball needs oil! This is a awesome ball that thrives in oil. It plows through it like no other ball I have thrown. It starts up pretty early but still gets through the front part of the lane with little or no effort. But again it definitely needs oil. I have personally tested it on house patterns of 42 and 40 feet and it performed wonderfully like on the fresh. But you will have to move left rather quickly for the right hander and right for the left hander. This ball allows you to play direct and open angles with a strong arcing motion back to the pocket. The hitting power is unbelievable. If you have trouble getting your ball to hook in the oil then pick up a Moxie and say goodbye to no hook on oily lanes and hello to the strikes. Don’t be afraid to get left with this ball righties, it will come back and come back hard and strong. A great ball for those heavy to med heavy oil patterns.
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    4. Tony on 1/9/2015, said:

    900 Global fans looking to add that oil ball to your arsenal the Moxie is the ball for you. With this cover/core combo makes the Moxie excellent for those heavy oil conditions or longer patterns that you may have trouble on much more playable. The Moxie loves to rev up in the mid lane but does not lose anything down lane even being as strong as it is this ball can be used on your typical house shots with a little bit of polish. Tony Caruso 900 Global/AMF staff
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    5. Peyton on 12/21/2014, said:

    Reviewed by Peyton Bielefeldt. I drilled 2 moxies one 4 1/2 x 4 1/2 and shined it. this ball cleared the fronts and mids very easily and flipped down lane. i drilled my second moxie 70 x 5 3/4 x 45 at OBO surface and this ball clears the fronts and reads the midlane very well and still kicks down lane. the difference between both balls the pin up 4 1/2 drilling is about 2 boards stronger. The moxie is good on every condition heavy or light oil and is easily a benchmark ball in any aresenal!
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    6. mike on 12/3/2014, said:

    Drilling: pin up negative with cg center palm Surface: 4000 polished Description: The Moxi is the ideal ball for those who like a little more back end pop to their heavy oil options. Even at box, before I put a hint of shine on it, the ball still came off the spot very sharp. Healthy mid lane read even when polished helps me get a little straighter on slick patterns having a high rev rate. If you like your heavy oil balls a bit more angular then look no further. Mike Sapolis 900global amateur staff St.louis, MO
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    7. Jimmy on 11/11/2014, said:

    Drilling: Pin at 2 o'clock Surface: OOB 4000 Lane condition: 41ft THS Description: This ball flat out hooks! Have left it at OOB finish, and it reads the middle of the lane amazingly. This ball does one thing that I love; it will hook on basically any condition, but it hardly every overreacts. This is my go to ball for when the lanes get slick or when I am bowling on a fresh shot. If your ball is shooting past the front of the lane and not picking up roll, the Moxie will grab the lane and continue through the pins amazingly.
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    8. Anonymous User on 10/15/2014, said:

    Drilled up this beast 4 x 4 2" pin buffer, left cover in out of box condition. All I can say is WOW! Pure hook. Very unique rolling ball, just wants to keep chugging along. Smooth yet powerful ball on oily conditions. Needs some oil up front to be 100% effective. Will try a little polish to see if I can delay the hook on typical house shot. If your looking for predictable strong ball motion look no further than the Moxie!!
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    9. Anonymous User on 10/14/2014, said:

    mike811 The New 900 Global Moxie is a great heavy to medium oil ball. The Moxie starts up much quicker than the Dream because of the new Dig cover stock and Dig is what it does. I am using a 5” X 3” X 4” drill pattern and have been using it in my PBA Experience League. We are bowling on the 52’ Badger pattern and this ball has no trouble picking up in any amount of oil, and I am yet to see the ball not hook to the pocket. This ball works on every pattern including house patterns and depending on how short the pattern and the volume of oil you may have to do a little surface adjustment by adding a little shine to the surface. Absolutely The Best ball in my bag hands down. I recommend it for anyone.
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    10. Anonymous User on 10/10/2014, said:

    I have the new Moxie for a few weeks, so ready to post a review. My specs are about 380-400 rpm, ball speed and rev rate match up well. The layout is 40X5 3/4"X40. Most lane conditions I bowl on are the THS, but also used it on a long house pattern with heavier volume. With this layout the ball cleared the front easy, revs up strong in the late midlane, and a strong motion in the backend. I hesitate to say angular, because of the ball is in OOB surface. The Moxie is earlier than the Dream, which makes it a good starting ball on the heavier condition. The Moxie is stronger than most symmetrical high end balls I've seen. This will make it good on heavier conditions for those who still need to see good continuation in the back part of the lane, unless it is too dry. Polish may help that. I will be drilling another in a stronger pin down and will review soon.
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