Primal Shock by Motiv | Full review with JR Raymond and BowlerX

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21 Comments on “Primal Shock by Motiv | Full review with JR Raymond and BowlerX”

  1. The more reviews I see of this ball the more it looks like the Forge Flare (witch makes me happy) I was bummed when Motiv discontinued the Flare

  2. Have all the pads and scotchbrite just wish we could change surface when it matters in stead of changing balls that rule has always bothered me it’s a big part of the game and most don’t want to do it ๐Ÿ˜‰

    1. Please do not use scotchbrite on a high performance bowling ball, especially if youโ€™re looking for a consistent surface

    2. There would be bowlers changing surface every frame if it was allowed. Would slow down the pace of the game, not to mention the potential mess if the dust were to get on the tables and floor. Change surface during practice/warm-ups all you want, but then live with your choice for that session.

    3. I agree lt would not work today it’s just always bothered me just the freedom to clean during with covid got ugly with some keep up work people don’t want to change some times ctd is in the right direction ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. Thank you sir!!!! I have mine on pre order and was needing your review to know if I would like this ball or not. You never disappoint

  4. Now 44ft seems long for a ths think ours is only 42ft so i think 4000 should work well for me. Most I’d go is 3000. That 2ft less i think will give me that shape out of box. Plus I’ll be using a stronger layout. Great review tho. Shows just how dam good that cover reacts to surface changes.

  5. This is one of the best night/day examples of surface bringing a ball to life that I’ve ever seen. I never would’ve expected the ball from the first half of the video to ever get back from those last 5 shots.

  6. Seen many of your videos and this one might be the best. Well done sir. Thank you so much for the demo on what surface changes do and how important it is.

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