Motiv Alpha Jackal Bowling Ball

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  • Motiv Alpha Jackal Bowling Ball and Core
  • Motiv Alpha Jackal Bowling Ball
  • Motiv Alpha Jackal Bowling Ball Core
MSRP: $279.95
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Motiv Alpha Jackal Bowling Ball

  • Color: Blue/Purple
  • Coverstock: Coercion HV3 Solid Reactive
  • Weight Block: Predator V2
  • Factory Finish: 2000 Grit LSS
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.48; 15lbs - 2.47; 14lbs - 2.51
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.047; 15lbs - 0.054; 14lbs - 0.049
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.013; 15lbs - 0.015; 14lbs - 0.014
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:
 

The Jackal™ reigns supreme on heavy oil!  For over a half-decade the Jackal line of bowling balls has been the dominant force for heavy oil.  The latest addition to the line, the Alpha Jackal™ pushes the boundaries by providing more hook with the control and devastating continuation that you expect.    

Following the success of the Jackal Ghost, we decided it was time to provide bowlers with an updated, stronger, solid reactive cover on the Predator V2 weight block.  Featuring Coercion™ HV3 Solid Reactive cover stock, the Alpha Jackal™ is all about creating traction in places where the previous Jackals could not.  This is the strongest cover ever used in the Jackal™ line. 

The Predator V2 asymmetric weight block driving the Alpha Jackal™ boasts a very low RG and loads of differential.  This enables you to maximize both revs and track flare.  

Players looking for traction on heavy or long oil patterns need to have the Alpha Jackal™ in their bag.  Expect speed dominant players who already depend on the reliability of the Jackal line to fall in love with the added hook and control of the Alpha edition.    

Along with outstanding performance, the solid Alpha Jackal™ is an eye-catching combination of purple and blue that gets attention both on the shelf and on the lanes. 

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Heavy
Factory Finish:
2000 Grit LSS
Core Type:
Asymmetrical
Coverstock:
Solid Reactive
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5 Reviews

  • 5
    This is the ALPHA of the JACKALS

    Posted by Jason Lettau on Jan 25th 2020

    65×5.5×35
    Holy cow, this ball is amazing! Out of box at 2000 throwing on a fresh THS, the Alpha Jackal showed its true power. I was really surprised at just how smooth something that strong could be! The Alpha Jackal is definitely a ball for you if you need a strong, yet really smooth asymmetrical. I took the Alpha Jackal down to 4000 grit for the house I bowl in and shot back to back 250+ games in league. This is definitely a special piece in the bag. Not only can I score well bowling on the Dragon pattern, but I can score well on a fresh house shot. This ball is very versatile! Its a definite go-to when the lanes are fresh!

    Jason Lettau
    MOTIV Staff

  • 5
    The 8 Pin Doesn't Have a Chance

    Posted by Jamison Peyton on Jan 23rd 2020

    65x5.25x35

    I got the required number of strikes to make my ball review video (generally I use 5-8 depending on what keeps it under 2 minutes) in under 5 minutes, so I kept the camera rolling and actually ended up with so many strikes that I could literally make a 1:50 video of me only throwing strikes after I edited down the initial 12 minute video.

    I’m editing the video as I write this, and I can tell you that this ball is running over the 8 pin almost every single shot as I rewatch them, and there’s a couple ways you can look at that; either I need to move left, or the ball doesn’t quit while going through the pins. Once the video is published, you’ll see that I eventually move about 10-15 by the end, and the 8 pin still has zero chance, so the ball might just be insane.

    My early experiences with this ball was that it was too much for everything we had on the machine to throw at it, it actually was too much for Route 66 at box, but looked awesome at 5500~. At that surface I was also able to use it on the house shot effectively.

    I took it back to a fresh 2k by resurfacer before shooting the video, then threw it on this year’s US Open 4 pattern after I got done shooting and made it look like a house shot, so that was pretty fun. No further surface adjustments before going front 8 in league on Thursday with it, so it seems that this one is also VERY surface friendly. All in all, this one’s pretty good!

    Jamison Peyton
    Motiv Staffer

  • 5
    Alpha Jackal

    Posted by David Hooper Jr on Jan 21st 2020

    The layout I used on the Alpha Jackal is 65-5-30. I’ve never been a big fan of asymmetrical bowling balls but this one I’m a huge fan of. Normally I have problems with asymmetrical balls rolling out and stopping but not with this ball. This ball reads the middle part of the lane perfectly and still continues through the pins. I will be using this ball a lot to start tournaments on longer patterns and some medium patterns when there is enough volume. This is definitely one of my favorite balls in my bag.
    David Hooper Jr,
    Motiv Staff

  • 4
    Alpha jackel

    Posted by Cheyne nye on Jan 21st 2020

    Ball flat out hooks. First time I used this ball was very impressed very smooth early rolling ball. Looking for a heavy oil ball this is it

  • 5
    Alpha Jackal

    Posted by Drew Crain on Jan 19th 2020

    The layout I used on the Alpha Jackal is 50x5x30. I was amazed with how this ball rolled for me. I typically cannot throw many asymmetric cores on house shots due to them using up all their energy in the front part of the lane. For how much the Alpha sees the fronts, it does not quit down lane. This ball is very continuous and will work well on fresh house shots and heavy oil patterns. The Alpha Jackal will be traveling with me for a while as my strongest ball in my bag.

    Drew Crain
    Motiv Staff

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