Luke Rosdahl Rated Rumble: Roto Grip Nuclear Cell VS UFO Alert Bowling Ball

How does the roto grip nuclear cell compare to the new roto grip ufo alert

Roto Grip UFO Alert Layouts

(Me): 4 3/4 x 3 1/2 x 3 1/2

Angel: 5 x 3 1/2 x 3 1/2

Surface: 1500 Polish (Box) My personal stats are: 375 revs, 16 mph speed, 7 degrees tilt, 40 degrees angle of rotation

Angel’s: 325 revs, 15 mph speed, 10 degrees tilt, 60 degrees angle of rotation

Roto Grip Nuclear Cell Ratings For Hook, Length and Backend

The Nuclear Cell features the eTrax P20 pearl coverstock and the iconic asymmetric Nucleus core.  eTrax P20 is a shockingly strong and responsive cover, and it’s not the strength or the responsiveness by themselves that are surprising, it’s the combination of that kind of hook and shape.  Covers this strong are usually not this responsive and vice versa.  The Nucleus core comes in at a 2.52 RG, an .056 differential and an .018 split or intermediate differential.  The slightly higher RG for an asym in addition to a super high differential and quite strong split as well pair with the strength and shape of the cover to create the most dynamic ball I’ve ever thrown.  With 1 being the lowest, and 10 being the highest, I give the Nuke an 8 for hook, a 6 for length, and a 9 for backend strength.  It’s closest to the Parallax in hook, the Phaze 3 in length, and owns the highest backend rating on my scale, but the Astro PhysiX is close enough to earn a comparison.  Select the next comparison you’d like to see from the links on the screen, or scroll down to the description to find links to other choices.  

UFO Alert Ratings For Hook, Length and Backend

As far as ratings go, the Alert gets an 8 for hook potential, a 6 for length, and an 8 for backend strength.  It’s a very well placed new option in the Roto line that offers a compromise and a compliment to several of the other balls in the catalog, and it releases on June 18th with the Dark Code.  It’s closest to the Zen on hook potential, the Phaze 3 on length, and the Idol Synergy on backend strength.  Select the next comparison you’d like to see from the links on the screen or scroll down to the description to find links to other choices.  Thanks for watching and may the strikes be with you.  

roto grip UFO Alert bowling ball

Our obsession with helping players of all ages and styles conquer various lane conditions while abiding to forthcoming governing rules, led to the development and creation of the asymmetrical E.T.™ Core (Equalizer Technology Core) which features built in cavities in order to increase weight displacement after drilling without a balance hole to increase overall ball motion.

The MicroTrax (Micro Nanoparticle Traction) Coverstock offers the optimum balance of midlane traction and responsiveness to friction thanks the blend of nanoparticles throughout the coverstock. This formulation maintains its surface profile texture longer to ensure you get maximum performance while displacing oil at an above average rate compared to other coverstock materials on the market today.

Assembled for every bowler in the universe, the UFO™ Alert is here to help you navigate those Medium to Medium/Heavy Oil Conditions with ease. No matter your style, no matter your rev rate, no matter your speed, the E.T.™ Core (Equalizer Technology Core) with its built in cavities, is sure to create great overall core motion every time due to the added mass displacement when drilled. And we can’t forget about the eTrax™ Hybrid Coverstock which is made of 2 parts pearl and1 part solid. This cover combination aids in creating plenty of responsiveness to friction down lane without being too angular. Thus, making this combination of core and cover one of the most ideal options ever created for most any house type oil condition on planet earth.

COVERSTOCK:e-Trax™ Hybrid Reactive
CORE: E.T.™ Core
COLOR: Purple Solid/Emerald/Teal
FINISH: 1500-grit Polished
CONDITION: Medium Oil – Medium/Heavy Oil
FLARE POTENTIAL: High
AVAILABLE WEIGHTS: 12 – 16 lbs.
PRODUCT SKU: RAE
RG (15lb): 2.52
Diff (15lb): .054

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