Motiv Pride Dynasty | Full review with JR Raymond

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18 Comments on “Motiv Pride Dynasty | Full review with JR Raymond”

    1. OK looking for a layout that will get down lane more when lanes get dry and everything hooks at ur feet even when you move left and take hand out of it

  1. Yeah but a 60 on the front number is gonna make it go longer. At least that’s what my shop tells me. The higher the number to 90 the farther down the lane it goes.

    1. That is why he went with a weaker layout, hence 60 on the DA. It doesn’t read as quickly and cause issue w/his particular throw. I do a lot of 45x5x45 for my Motiv and they tend to read way to soon for me, so I switch to pearls. So this was nice to see.

  2. Thank you JR for this review. I love my original Pride on house shots and you made me really want this one too. Thanks again for the sweet review.

  3. layout from ball to ball or brand to brand confuse me. I drilled a Brutal Collision 35 x 3 5/8 x 30 and absolutely love the reaction. Got a 3D Offset Attack to go behind and and put the same layout on it….. its hook stops. I’m not sure if its a bad layout for the ball or if I need to adjust surface. Any recommendations? 1 leg bowler, 1 step approach, 300 RPM, 14mph and high track player.

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