Motiv Thrill Magenta/Wine Pearl Bowling Ball

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  • Motiv Thrill Magenta/Wine Pearl Bowling Ball and core
  • Motiv Thrill Magenta/Wine Pearl Bowling Ball
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  • Motiv Thrill Magenta/Wine Pearl Bowling Ball Core
MSRP: $149.95
$79.95
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Description

Motiv Thrill Bowling Ball

  • Color: Magenta/Wine Pearl
  • Coverstock: Agility™ XP Reactive
  • Weight Block: Flux
  • Factory Finish: 5500 Grit LSP
  • Flare Potential: 
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.57; 15lbs - 2.57; 14lbs - 2.57
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.013; 15lbs - 0.015; 14lbs - 0.018
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

Designed for lighter oil conditions, the Thrill™ provides length and control when lanes are dry and friction is high.  

Featuring the new Flux™ weight block, the Thrill™ has a higher RG to delay ball reaction and create the length needed on light oil patterns.  It also has a very low differential to minimize track flare and provide ball motion control at the backend of the lane. 

The new Agility XP (Striking Precision) Reactive cover stock on the Thrill™ complements the performance attributes of the Flux™ weight block making it ideal for dry lanes.  Both the Wine/Magenta Pearl and the Blue/Purple Pearl Thrill balls feature a 5500 Grit LSP surface finish.  

The Thrill is available at an incredibly attractive price point, but it’s not just a great option for bowlers buying their first ball.  We’ve been very intentional about designing a piece that higher rev competitive bowlers will appreciate because it pushes further down the lane before making a move on dry lanes. 

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Dry
Factory Finish:
5500 Grit LSP
Core Type:
Symmetrical
Coverstock:
Pearl Reactive
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1 Review

  • 4
    Motiv Thrill,

    Posted by Tony Cifaldi on May 21st 2019

    I used my Thrill on a slightly used house and on a THS that had been wrecked by a lot of play with plastic house balls. On the first shot, with the out of box finish, it reacted a little a little stronger than I expected. It got through the heads with ease and when it found the dry, made a strong controllable move to the pocket. I was hoping for a little less backend, but the move can be adjusted for. I hit the Thrill with some Black Magic polish for the second time on the lanes. After realizing the lanes had a ton of carrydown, I was hesitant on whether it would be effective. I played straight up the 8 board and the Thrill labored to get back to the pocket. I then moved outside and tried to play off the corner, up the boards somewhat like Norm Duke does. I of course can't throw like Norm, but the Thrill really responded to playing the lane in that manner. It skidded through the friction on the outside and then went into a strong, even roll to the pocket. It was almost like the ball was rolling in a trough the way it consistently hit home. I hope to try the Thrill on a fresh shot soon to see how it responds to clean backends. I like that this ball is similar to urethanes getting through the head area but has more pop on the backend. Definitely a keeper especially at $79.95

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