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The Supra Enzo is a great bang for your buck ball. Clean through the fronts with an amazing turn off of friction and keeps going.
After owning the first Supra I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this one. Man did they get this one right. This ball never stops going left. I can see many honor scores in my future with this one. The original Supra has 3 honor scores.
SUPRA is on point!
This piece is the best bang for the buck for customers looking for high end reaction and hitting power.
ENZO Cover allows for clean and smooth lane transition that gains energy through the break point.
This ball fits players w/ multiple speeds and rev rates.
A great partner for your Ripcord Velocity and Horizon
The new Supra Enzo from Motiv bowling is such a great addition to the ball chart. It rolls like nothing I’ve had in my Arsenal to date. It’s going to give you such a smooth and predictable benchmark reaction you can be confident in on every shot, this ball is going to go with me everywhere. It’s a great compliment to the OG supra which really stored energy down lane, this Enzo really gives you a different look and handles more volume with ease. Perfect step down when your shock is just a little to much. Plain and simple it’s just a piece everyone needs to have. Yet another great addition to an already stout Motiv Bowling ball chart.
50 x 5” x 70
Turning the traction control off for high performance in medium-light conditions, the Supra Enzo is an excellent addition to the MOTIV lineup through versatility and performance. Wrapping the latest Infusion technology, Infusion Hybrid, finished at 5500 LSP, around the high-RG High Impulse core (2.57 RG, .050 Diff) creates enough friction for a strong late-midlane footprint while retaining plenty of energy to unleash a devastating backend motion.
Knowing that the RG is on the higher side, I chose to put my pin down so that I could blend out a bit of the reaction downlane when the carry down having a strong affect on ball motion. Out of box the Enzo performed quite well on day-old house conditions, having zero issues pushing through the front part of the lane and then driving through the pocket with solid continuation. For the purposes of what I wanted to test it for, versatility in a more medium-oil environment, I decided to hit the surface with a 3000 pad by hand. While the ball was able to pick up a couple feet sooner, I lost none of the backend energy needed later in the day to play the extreme angles yet was able to get into the ball sooner. This versatility could be a great advantage around the second transition time as you can already be in the Enzo before, get through the transition without thinking of a ball change, and then continue getting deeper without missing a beat. With that being said, friction is the Enzo’s friend; this shell and core combination were created to take advantage of burn so fresher oil conditions may create more length than desired. For comparison, I have this piece as a great step-down compliment from the Trident Horizon and Rip Cord Velocity while being significantly stronger than the Top Thrill. I believe that this is an exceptional piece for fictitious lanes when projection and recovery are the key elements to scoring.
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