We drilled the Deviant Pearl 5 1/2 inches off axis with no hole, which puts the pin above the fingers more towards the middle finger. The length on this ball is very good. It gets down the lane very nicely through the heads, it starts revving towards the back of the mid lane and on the backends the ball has a VERY strong and powerful change of direction. One thing that we am really impressed with this ball is how well it reads the lane pattern. We threw the Deviant Pearl on just a simple 39' house shot, and we were able to stay on the same line for about a game and a half before making any minor changes. We were able to stay lined up more often...
Specs: RG - 2.562 Finish - Polished - Ball Color - Black/Silver Pearl - Lane Condition - Medium-Dry - Coverstock - Pearl Reactive - Ball Quality - First Quality - Ball Warranty - 2 Year Factory Finish - 500 Siaair, Royal Compound - Breakpoint Shape - All Purpose with Backend Flip Coverstock Name - Composite Pearl - Core Name - Deviant Medium RG Symmetric Differential - 0.050 - Flare Potential - High Core Type - Symmetric - Performance - High Performance Release Date - 08/09/16
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