• DV8 Pitbull Bite Bowling Ball
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DV8 Pitbull Bite Bowling Ball

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  • Color: Black / Yellow / Neon Green
  • Coverstock: Composite Fang
  • Weight Block: Pitbull Low RG Asymmetric
  • Factory Finish: 500/1500 Siaair
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.486
  • Differential (Diff): 0.055
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): 0.020
More Length, More Backend, Great Hitting Power!
By: Bryan L. Williams and I am a PBA Member and DV8 Pro Staffer on April 09, 2018

The new DV8 Pitbull Bite is the newest ball in the Pitbull line and brings an incredible dynamic to the Pitbull line. Like the original Pitbull and Pitbull Growl, the Pitbull Bite provides any bowler very strong mid-lane roll, but also provides more backend ball motion off the spot. The Pitbull Bite complements the previous two Pitbulls, but I feel the Pitbull Bite is the best out of the three balls. This asymmetrical core bowling ball is a great reader ball on fresh and heavy oil. This ball was drilled pin down and in line with the CG in the palm. The ball motion for this layout on this ball allows for continuous roll and incredible hitting power. The Pitbull Bite is best used on heavy oil. DV8….If you are not throwing DV8, you’re just not bowling! #brunswickbowling, #dv8bowling, #radicalbowling technologies

Pitbull Bite!
By: Jason Wendt on April 06, 2018

The Pitbull Bite is great on heavy oil. I’m a cranker with high ball speed, I have used the Pitbull Bite on league patterns and opens up so many angles to the pocket! I drilled my Pitbull Bite 35x5.25x30 and it rolls so clean. I have the Pitbull Bite hooking about 5 more board than my Pitbull but, It rolls off the dry boards much cleaner and picks up in the oil a little sooner. I find this ball to be very forgiving which gives you much more confidence when you throw. If there is oil on the lane I will be using this ball first. I left this ball box finish at first and I can get into 5th arrow with this ball and still makes the corner with plenty of power. If you need a ball to help you with some oily patterns this is the ball to get! If you find you need it to pick up a little sooner hit it with a 1000 pad to open up the lane even more that’s what I did and ball is great. #teamDV8 Jason Wendt DV8 Regional Staff Member www.dv8bowling.com

Hooking monster
By: Marc-Andre Gagne on February 24, 2018

Here is the newest high performance addition for DV8, the Pitbull Bite. The Bite features the same core as the other Pitbull. The core has two scoop in it to minimise the effects of the drilling to the core. If you put the pin up, there’s a scoop for the fingers and scoop for the thumb. If you put the pin down, the fingers avoid the core and the thumb hit the finger scoop. Don’t get me wrong, you will hit the core with your drillings but you’ll minimise the effects because you’ll hit less core. To go on that core, they created the composite Fang to create a stronger and earlier roll. The box finish is at 1500 grit. Because the cover stock is very strong, I putted the pin up above in the middle of the two fingers and the mass bias right of the thumb. It gives myself a 60 x 5 x 40. On the lane, this ball is a monster. It wants to hooks as soon as it passes the heads with an heavy roll in the midlane. Compared to the other two pitbulls, I play the Bite 3 and 2 left because the cover is so strong. Compared to the Hitman, I play the Bite 5 and 3 left of it. The first time I used it it was on th WTBA Beijing 39' and the ball was amazing. Because the ball was rooling so heavy in the midlane, I had some room to throw the ball. I was able to miss right and recover and if I was missing inside the ball just sat in the pocket. I eventualy finished 6 for the tournament out of 100 people mainly using the Bite. For high speed players, this ball is perfect. For people with less speed, the surface can be smoothed out to a 3000 or even 4000 grit and you'll be able to go longer on the lane before the ball makes his move. For the slower players, the ball can be polished . To conclude, if you’re looking for a big hooking and a nice looking ball, the Pitbull Bite is your choice.

More Bite for your Buck
By: Bowlstud on February 22, 2018

To date this is DV8's strongest reacting Pitbull. my layout on this : 65x5.5x55 = PAP is 5 1/2 x 1/2 up, = ball is 15.7 , I wanted the ball to have a nice roll , so there are a lot of bands , but they are tight, ball still has plenty of movement

PitBull Strong
By: Jay Langler on February 14, 2018

Speed 18-19 Revs 400 Tilt 13 degrees Axis 70 degrees Drilled at 40*4 1/2 * 70 This ball is a monster! I like my solids to dig and this sure gets that done. This ball is cleaner in the mid lane than the original but is about 4-5 stronger. Strong continuous motion that just rips the rack. Easy to read going down the lane. I bowled on Python pattern (45' flat) and has no issue getting the ball to turn to trip the corner. Playing as tight as I was with my ball speed it always recovered. Great ball for bowlers in all levels. Jay Langler

Pitbull Bite best of the three
By: Chris Leftwich on February 12, 2018

LANE CONDITION Length: THS, 45 ft, 42, 40 ft Volume: Med to Heavy Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS and Sport COMMENTS Likes: Drilled my Pitbull bite with the pin just above the ring finger, cg kicked right with a x-hole in the p2 quadrant. I really needed a Strong ball for oily conditions that had a move in the backend. For me this ball will fit the spot that I need it to for tournaments as it made the 45 ft flat oily pattern play a lot easier for me than anything else I had in the bag. On THS the box surface was way too much, but after hitting the ball with a fresh 4000 pad, it was playable for the first two games. The ball still cleared the fronts pretty good and saved energy for the pins. At the 4000 this ball really shined on the 40 ft sport pattern as I was able to open the lane up a lot more than my other balls. The Pitbull Bite brings you the best from the original and the Growl all in one ball.

Pitbull with a BIGGER Bite in Heavy Oil
By: Dwayne A Jenkins on February 05, 2018

The predecessor to the HOF legend (my vote) original Pitbull, BIG monster hit, very strong mid-lane read of the lanes, glues itself to the lanes moving through heavy oil, and VERY.. VERY faithful and versatile (like the original). This is a ball you MUST have in your bag... very good for league and tournaments. My layout: 60 x 2.625 x 35 // PAP: 5 1/2 x 3/4 Up YouTube: https://youtu.be/pohqkMVAqpg?list=PLxqQGFBxUa0vlEYwDc8JqE90jWKhTSyHk

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