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DV8 Hater Bowling Ball Evaluation


The Hater introduces a brand new coverstock and a brand new asymmetrical core design to the DV8 lineup. The brand new Hater weight block is a better RG (2.539″), excessive complete differential (0.054″), and excessive intermediate differential (0.024″) design that helps preserve the Hater’s tough field end from wanting to begin too early and burn off an excessive amount of vitality. The brand new HK22-based Havoc Hybrid cowl produces first rate size for a shell that comes out of the field sanded at 500/1500 SiaAir. We had glorious traction within the midlane and good continuation on the again finish in our testing. The extra oil that was on the lane, particularly within the entrance of the lane, the higher the Hater rolled for us.

Cranker

Cranker had the very best response out of our three bowlers on the heavy oil sample with the Hater. He might miss left into the heavier a part of the sample and nonetheless have sufficient traction for the ball to drive via the pins, whereas pictures missed to the skin would come again to the pocket however lacked a little bit of pin carry. The ball dug into the oil tougher than his Hassle Maker, letting him cowl extra complete boards. Because the sample began to interrupt down, he might make smaller strikes to remain within the pocket. This ball saved him a number of boards proper of the place he was with the Hellcat XLR8 the entire time he bowled on this situation.

Whereas Cranker might get his Hater to the pocket on the medium oil sample with the field end, his response was not so good as the opposite two bowlers, because the sanded floor wished to begin hooking a bit too



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