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I am a lefty and I don't use pearl pieces that much. But, when I need that motion and shape, I need it. The Rip Cord Launch gives me that. The 5500 grit finish gives me the length. The Torx core and the cover is a good combination. I have the Rip Cord Flight as well and that ball is a staple in my bag and this ball will be too. Length and angle this ball has it.
It's hard to believe that this is a symmetrical ball! The power when this ball breaks is fantastic! So glad I decided to buy this ball!
This is ball is currently my number 2 ball in my league bag. I lead off with my Carbide Tank and then move to this. I tend to move 5 to 10 boards at my feet left when I change to this ball as it is a monster for me. I play it I love this ball so much.
Love the pearl cover on this ball. It was so smooth playing down and in. Went a lot longer than most of my other balls but broke hard and crushes the pocket. 221,202,243 out of the box.
Core: Torx V2
Coverstock: Propulsion MVP Pearl Reactive
Box Finish: 5500 Grit LSP
Layout: 80 x 2½ x 30
The Ripcord Launch is a rather angular ball and it has more teeth at the breakpoint than the Ripcord Velocity, and more angular.
I wasn’t successful using Ripcord Launch on heavier oil patterns because of how clean the cover is, it skids too far with its shiny surface as it doesn’t have enough teeth.
Ripcord Launch is nothing short of skid/flip. Ripcord Launch is meant to for you to open your angles up with caution to the wind, the more friction I’ve encountered the more angularity I’ve benefited from.
I encourage you to take yourself out to Launch.
Your game will thank you for it.
K.C. White II