Roto Grip Rubicon UC2 Bowling Ball

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  • Roto Grip Rubicon UC2 Bowling Ball and Core
  • Roto Grip Rubicon UC2 Bowling Ball
  • Roto Grip Rubicon UC2 Bowling Ball Core
MSRP: $219.95
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Roto Grip Rubicon UC2 Bowling Ball

  • Color: Cosmic Black / Purple Sky
  • Coverstock: eTrax Pearl Reactive Coverstock
  • Weight Block: Rondure Core
  • Factory Finish: 4K-Fast Factory Finish
  • Flare Potential: Medium-High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.48; 15lbs - 2.49; 14lbs - 2.53
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.050; 15lbs - 0.052; 14lbs - 0.052
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.012; 15lbs - 0.011; 14lbs - 0.009
  • Fragrance: N/A


Powered by the same mildly asymmetric Rondure Core as one of the hottest balls on the planet, the Rubicon UC2 (Ultimate Concept 2) showcases our latest eTrax pearlized coverstock formulation which automatically thrusts this ball onto the MUST HAVE” list for any bowler.

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Factory Finish:
4K-Fast Factory Finish
Core Type:
Pearl Reactive
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51 Reviews

  • 5
    Rubicon UC2

    We start off with a bowler that is very flexible with different types of bowling styles to help with his bowling. I am a fan of an old bowling company call Columbia 300 and still have bowling balls like the Cuda/c which in my opinion from this ball very forgiving when you miss your mark on league bowling. I have read many bowling company reviews of their different styles of bowling balls and purchased balls like DV8, Brunswick, Radical, Track and Columbia, so when I do say I have tried many bowling balls I do mean many of them although some were good it was hard to find a ball like my Cuda/c ( forgiving ). I was given a Roto Grip Idol pearl and found it was fun to use but did not have a lot of punch but I read on the Roto Grip Rubicon UC2 and bought a 14lb and a 15lber and had them drilled differently and boy was I surprised at these balls. Both hooked at different time both hit like a freight train plus both like to continue threw the rack. I use to leave splits and many 10 pen, but with these 2 power house I rarely leave splits and I may get 1 or 2 ten pin in a night. The power of the cord explodes the rack which sends pins all over the place which is a beautiful site. I have mist my mark many times and the ball understands what I was trying to do and it is forgiving better than any of the balls I have ( sad to say even better than my Cuda/C ) in my arsenal . If you are looking for a ball that is forgiving, made for league playing, medium oil lanes plus has a punch like a right handed boxer for a knock out . I truly recommend you to have one of these in your arsenal you will not go wrong. It also revs faster for it to punch the pocket even if you are not a Cranker just like me. I have told many of my team mates to pick one up and we all have improved our averages 20 to 40 pins with this ball.

  • 5
    Rubicon UC2

    I needed a ball that was versatile and forgiving but hard hitting. The last ball that was like that was my Columbia 300 Cuda, although I still have 2 Cuda's in my bags I decided to go research different companies bowling balls . I now have a DV8 Night Prowler, a Radical Conspiracy Theory, Roto Grip Idiol Pearl just to name a few balls. I desided to pick up 2 Rubicon UC2 and had them drilled differently and boy was that a smart move on my part. These bowling balls hit the pins with a force that I have not seen in a long time.I use to leave alot on 10 pins but with these Rubicons they are very few and far between games. The carry is unbelievable and the forgiveness with the smoothness of these balls are top of the line. Did I say the power of these balls are killer and dangerous to the pins. I would advise everyone to get one of these Rubicon UC2 for your arsenal. AWESOME !!!

  • 5
    A great ball

    I love how hard this turns left. It has a smooth motion but turns hard.

  • 5
    Roto Grip Rubicon UC2 was drilled to my specifications; this ball perform with excellent backend.

    Buddies Pro Shop will always be my go to shop.

  • 5
    Roto Grip Rubicon UC2

    Roto Grip Rubicon UC2 Cover Stock: eTrax Pearl Reactive Core: Rondure Core My review of the UC2 will be different than any other you will read. When the UC2 was released I was very happy with the mid-strength pearls in my arsenal and was worried about overlap, so I drilled my UC2 for very little flare. I drilled my UC2 60x5x50, looking for a urethane like roll with a little more punch through the pins. Long pin to pap layouts are similar to short pin to pap layouts for me. Anything 5" or more or 2" or less will have very little flare. With this layout, my UC2 looks just a touch stronger than my Fast Pitch...not what it was intended to do for most people but it's something I didn't have in the bag at the time. It's not for everyone but it is a useful situational ball for me.

  • 5
    Roto Grip Rubicon UC2

    The new HP4 ball in the RG line is the Rubicon UC2. RG took the very successful Rubicon and added a pearl cover (eTrax-S20 Pearl Reactive). I drilled my with the standard pin up above fingers and MB an inch right of thumb. When first throwing the UC2 I was like wow a lot of backend reaction. Super clean and angular downlane. A "Quick Ball". On the fresh it was really too much down lane, where the UC2 shines is later in blocks or 2nd or 3rd game of league when the heads burn up a little. I have added a little surface to cover to help slow it down a little on sport patterns. Very popular balls with the PBA guys and league bowlers. Definitely a home run from the Schlem and Utah guys! Brian Watson PAP 4 1 1/8 RPM - 400 Tilt - 17 Speed - 16-17

  • 5

    I’m a big fan of the E-trax cover and could not wait to throw this beast. First love the colors on this ball really looks good going down the lane. Now lets talk about the ball motion really clean through the fronts really picks up mid lane and boy does it go on the backend and through the pins with authority. This ball def meet by expectations and I am loving it .. Grab one today you will not be disappointed

  • 4
    Rubicon UC2

    Ball Specs Cover Stock: eTrax Pearl Reactive Finish: 1500 Grit Polished Core: Rondure Core RG: 2.49 Diff: 0.052 PSA: .011 Layout: 35 x 4 3/4 x 15 Drilled the same as my 900 Global HB Intensity and Revival, I was looking for the same shape but more snap. With the slightly lower rg and higher differential I could easily see more of an angular motion at the breakpoint than than the HBs. After 21 games I am able to use the UC2 more as a game 2 ball after the Intensity and before the Revival. I was pleased with the pearl covers performance during breakin period as pearls usually take a longer time for me to use consistently. Overall a very complimentary ball to the solid or first ball out the bag depending on your preference. Pick up one at your local VIP Proshop or 12 IN A ROW PROSHOP at JIB Lanes

  • 5
    Rubicon UC2

    Rubicon UC2 - Ball Specs Cover Stock: eTrax Pearl Reactive Finish: 1500 Grit Polished Core: Rondure Core Layout: 65 x 4 1/4 x 40 RG: 2.49 Differential: 0.052 Intermediate Diff: .011 Review The HP3 line Rubicon UC2 has the Rondure Core which was developed to increase the ball’s motion throughout the lane with the absence of the balance hole. The UC2 is very clean through the front part of the lane, reads the midlane well and turns the corner hard on the backend. As a mid to low rev player the UC2 eTrax Pearlized cover stock will flex its muscles during transition especially on longer house patterns to help get the corner pins out. I tested this ball on 44 feet typical house pattern with a lot of down lane transition. This ball will be in my bag for league and tournaments. This is a great ball for all levels of bowlers. Order one from your local pro shop today! My ball review videos are posted on YouTube channel Stanley Waite. Stanley Waite 900 Global Staff Member Dover, DE

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