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I always hated urethane growing up, the Motiv started MCP and I bought the Carbide to begin with and was still unsure then I was referred to the Yellowjacket and now I’m use to it it’s one of my go-to bowling balls along with my Jackal Ghost and Black Venom. Goes with me to league and tournaments. Highly reccomend considering getting a second and polishing it
This ball has so much power, I put a control layout on mine and sanded it to 500 grit. I absolutely love this ball, it has shot my average up by at least 10pins on certain conditions. This thing is early and has a lot of miss room. This ball had me shoot my high series of 751 with a 247, 247, 257. This ball is insane I love this ball so much. I might buy another one and drill it differently in the near future. My first and definitely not my last Motiv bowling ball. MOTIVnation!
I have a basic 3in pin on this ball and I absolutely love how I can play with the surface on it and it does exactly what you'd expect it to do be doing with those changes! Such a smooth and predictable ball, first ball out of my bag on sport/challenge patterns
I was very skeptical about getting the Yellowjacket, then my wife surprised me with one. It took a minute to adjust to, but now that I got it figured out it is my go to ball replacing my Purple Tank, which I thought would never happen! No matter what rotation of balls I put in my bag the Tank Yellowjacket is always there.
The Tank Yellowjacket is a tank with some TEETH! This ball comes at 1000 grit and really digs hard fresh out of the box. The reaction gets better with some games on it. Once the cover is broken in, this ball gives more of a traditional urethane reaction with motion in the front part of the lane. I like this ball on the shorter patterns with about 2000 or 3000 surface. The Yellowjacket is much straighter than the Carbide Tank which gives the Tank line even more depth!