My video for The MOTIV Thrash Frenzy.
This one was fun to make.I hope you enjoy it.And
it will be of some help.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9VqTCDzk0U
MOTIV Thrash Frenzy
Ball stats: Core-Quadfire Coverstock-Whiplash Pearl Reactive
Surface-2000 sanded/MOTIV Power Gel Polish RG-2.55 15lbs. RG Diff-.043 15lbs.
Color-Dark Blue/Light Aqua Blue with Silver and Red logos.
Ball speed-15mph average/ Rev rate- 280 average
Axis tilt-15 degrees /Axis rotation-45 degrees
Ball drilling on the ball reviewed-70 x 50@ 3 ½” P2 X- hole
The Thrash Frenzy cover and core combination creates less friction
friction than the Primal Scream. Later revs and a better read of the
late midlanes. The ball also has a much more skid flip than the
Primal Scream .The Thrash Frenzy creates less overall hook throughout
the lane than the The Primal Scream.
The Thrash Frenzy compared to the Primal Scream
The Primal Scream has more overall hook through the entire lane.
The Trash Frenzy has more length and greater response to the friction.
With more backend at the end of the pattern than the Primal Scream.
On medium oily lanes 42’ house shot on 13 year old Anvilanes.
The core and cover combo creates less hook throughout the
entire lane.But has a quick response to friction when it encounters
friction at the back end.
The Thrash Frenzy clears the heads and midlane nicely, but has a lot of
energy left to create a big move on the back end. When it hits the friction
at the back end of the pattern, it turns and doesn't quit. When the lanes
start to go through the transition stage The Thrash Frenzy really shows
what it’s made of. The ease through the heads and midlane and the skid flip
motion allows you to move deeper into the lane,and still get recovery.But
getting the ball to the dry too quick on the medium oil house shot caused
the ball to flip too hard,and run through the nose.
As the shot transitioned during games 2-3,I could easily move deeper to created
steeper angles. With the steeper angles during the transition the pin carry was
increased. The miss area wasn't so critical .The ball now had extra area to come back
The Quadfire Symmetric core helps supply length and decent revs,
for medium/dry conditions.With 3" flare..The ball does what it is
designed to do.It gave more length and a sharper move
downlane.It got through the drying heads and light push,
all the while maintaining a sharp angular turn at the breakpoint.
The Thrash Frenzy was best on lighter oil to medium volumes.
Medium oil volumes might require you to scuff it up some to
improve traction in oil.
Higher rev players may find they will get a great look with
with more surface on fresh oil.
The length the Frenzy gets through the heads easy,and still keeps
its axis rotation which helps to conserve energy when coming
in contact with the pocket.
Overall a great ball for most styles.Just find a condition that
is light to medium,and you will not be disappointed.
The Thrash Frenzy is a great medium lane ball,best suited for
drying house shots and medium sport shots.Too much ball for dry house shots
and short oil sport shots.The Pearl Ascent fills that role.
Angela Wilt MOTIV Staff Member.
AKA MOTIV GIRL.http://www.motivbowling.com/products/ba ... renzy.html