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Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid Bowling Ball

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  • Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid Bowling Ball and Core
  • Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid Bowling Ball Core
  • Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid Bowling Ball
MSRP: $219.95
$119.95
— You save $100.00
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Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid Bowling Ball

  • Color: Chrome/Pink/Purple Solid
  • Coverstock: VTC Hybrid Reactive
  • Weight Block: Hyped Core
  • Factory Finish: 4K-Fast Factory Finish
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.51; 15lbs - 2.52; 14lbs - 2.52
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.037; 15lbs - 0.036; 14lbs - 0.036
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

We collectively gathered our thoughts and perspectives on what we felt the HP2 line truly stands for and what it should be. We then went to work developing and constructing what is now known as the Hyped Core. Measuring in as the lowest RG core we have ever offered in the HP2 line, the Hyped Core provides more overall motion than the balls offered in the HP1 line, while providing a touch less motion than our HP3 line offerings. Thus, making this one of the best options we have ever constructed for the HP2 line of balls in history. So, if you weren’t already excited, it is now time to GET HYPED!

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Medium/Heavy
Factory Finish:
4K-Fast Factory Finish
Core Type:
Symmetrical
Coverstock:
Hybrid Reactive
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30 Reviews

  • 5
    Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid

    Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid Coverstock: Polished VTC™ Hybrid Reactive Weight Block: Hyped™ Core (Symmetrical) This review will be a comparison/review for both the Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid and Roto Grip Hyped Pearl. First off, like I have said over and over again, it is hard to beat Roto Grip when it comes to this price point and value. The overall performance at the $119.99 price is hard to beat. Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid Step up from from my old Roto Grip Hustle HSB, one of my favorite light oil Hybrids ever. Strong enough to use on a medium oil house shot but easily adjusted to be useful on lighter patterns. I took the polish off mine and put it at 2000 grit to get a bigger gap between it and the Hyped Pearl. Even with the polish, the Hybrid was controllable and smooth. Roto Grip Hyped Pearl This one landed in my bag instantly. A pearl stronger than my Hustles, less than my 900 Global Zen. Gets down lane easy enough but still gives me a controllable reaction. I still love my Hustles but this ball has taken a lot of the lane time that use to go to my RAP. If you like your Zen, this is a great step down. If you like your Hyroad Pearl (or similar) but need something a little smoother on the backend, check out the Hyped Pearl!

  • 5
    Hyped Hybrid

    The Hyped Hybrid features a new Hyped Core and the VTC hybrid reactive coverstock. This ball was designed to be a step up from the Hustle line and Roto Grip succeeded. This ball is an absolute steal at its price point when it comes to performance. The Hyped Hybrid comes finished at 1500 grit factory polish and at 15 pounds it has an RG of 2.52 and a differential of .036. This ball is certainly a great option for medium volume house shots. When compared to the Hyped Pearl, the Hybrid has a more controlled motion. It reads the pattern about two feet sooner and has an arcing motion on the backend. I took a 2000 abralon pad to mine just to take some of the box finish off it to make it less squirty in the oil on the cliffed house patterns. Just like the pearl version, the hybrid keeps going through the pins creating great pin carry. Another can’t miss release from Roto Grip at this price point.

  • 5
    Hyped Hybrid

    Zach Shoff 900 Global Staff Member BowlerMAXX Pro Shop Staff Member Right-Handed Rev Rate: 350 Speed: 15mph PAP: 4 Over & 3/4 Up I feel people are underestimating the real HYPE of this ball. I know a lot of new equipment has been coming out lately and the Hyped Hybrid is getting pushed to the back. Let me tell you what I been having trouble lately, the fact I am always moving left. Like every game or even two times in one game. This ball keeps me playing in the area or line that I am comfortable with. Keeps me in play longer than any other ball I have in my bag. This means a lot less adjustments which leads to competing better or more consistent than others.

  • 5
    Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid By Roto Grip Staffer Chase Roloson

    Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid Coverstock: 1500 grit Polished VTC™ Hybrid Reactive Weight Block: Hyped™ Core (Symmetrical) Color: Chrome/Pink/Purple Solid One of Roto Grips Most Popular Balls to date was the iconic Wrecker. For the Price point this ball was one of the best performance for your dollar bowling balls, and the new Hyped Hybrid Reminds me of the Wrecker for today’s lane conditions. This is my go-to ball for when lanes begin to break down later in the day, or higher friction surfaces that i encounter from time to time. This is a perfect transition ball from my upper medium symmetrical pearl bowling balls like a trend 2, Phaze 4, Spectre. This ball gives me impressive down lane continuation for this price point, but isn’t to clean where it misses the spot down lane, it will still see the mid-lane and not miss the breakpoint. If you were a Wrecker Fan and looking for a replacement, look no further than the Hyped Hybrid Roto Grip Staff Member Chase Roloson Ko's Proshop Staff

  • 5
    Hyped Hybrid Review by Kyle, Joel, & Dean Johnson

    Ball Specs: Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid Coverstock: 1500 grit Polished VTC™ Hybrid Reactive Weight Block: Hyped™ Core (Symmetrical) Color: Chrome/Pink/Purple Solid Review: We were sad to see the MVP line fade away but are so glad that they have replaced it with such an amazing line in the Hyped. No matter your talent level you should have a mid level ball in your bag and this piece fits anyone with its versatility. If you are bowling late in block then this shape will benefit you greatly. We feel this ball has the perfect amount of length down lane without that overpowering snap effect some pearl or hybrid balls today have. The continuation is also amazing for a mid level piece. Kyle, Joel, & Dean Johnson Roto Grip Pro Shop Staffers joel@parklanes.net kyle@parklanes.net dean@frontierfuncenter.net www.RotoGrip.com #SquadRG

  • 5
    HYPED HYBRID

    Hyped hybrid wow this ball changes directions fast. The hyped is the newest line in the HP2 line. It features the VTC coverstock . While the pearls was super smooth and controlled this ball really reads earlier and goes left. I decided to take the cover down a bit with a pad and by hand and now loving it . Still reading the spot but a lot slower and smoother for me. For a ball in this price point its def worth the money

  • 5
    Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid

    Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid Layout: 35 x 4 1/4” x 45 The Hyped Hybrid has a surprisingly smooth motion for being a shiny hybrid bowling ball; most “lower end” shiny balls, whether they be pearl or hybrid, usually will be quite aggressive in the back part of the lane, but this ball truly is aggressive in the midlane. It is rolly, smooth, and predictable – a great option to have when other shiny balls are too flippy. Even with it being smooth, I would still rate it as being best at home on medium to medium-dry lane conditions; the components of this ball are not quite strong enough to tackle heavier lane conditions.

  • 5
    Hyped UP

    The new Hp2 balls are out of this world. The hyped hybrid is so much bang for your buck. It has the all new hyped core, with 1500 grip polish VTC Hybrid cover. This hyped hybrid reads the lane a little sooner than the hyped pearl making it more predictable and easier to control the down lane motion. If you're looking for a ball down for after game one this is the perfect ball for you. It gives you the perfect balance of control and pop off the spot. Put your favorite layout on this ball and you'll be off to the races.

  • 5
    Hyped Hybrid

    The Hyped Pearl is an amazing late block or low volume, angular option. I usually like to use balls like pin down hyroad pearls, iq emeralds, or hustle camo’s. All of those are fairly slow down lane. The Hyped pearl is the perfect angular option when these are in play! I kind of get Uproar vibes from the Hyped Pearl! The Hyped Hybrid for me is basically the same reaction but a little sooner and a little less angular. I would recommend the Hybrid version for lower ball speed players or for the higher rev players. I have not yet changed surfaces on the balls, so the reactions are right out of the box. Layouts for both: 50x5x30 or 4x5x2 Other balls getting a lot of play: Dark Code-4x6x2 UFO Alert-4.5x5x3.75 Altered Reality-4.25x5.25x2 Wolverine-4.25x5.25x2

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