What Bowling Ball Is Best For Light Oil? Storm Electrify Solid vs Roto Grip Hustle Camo

roto grip hustle camo bowling ball performs great with surface adjustments

what’s going on guys welcome back to the channel on today’s video I have an in-depth comparison between the roto grip hustle camo and the storm electrify
solid. The first thing you should notice is that they’re not in their out-of-box finish and that’s because I think that they both roll better with a little bit of surface. Both of these bowling balls are finished at a 2000 grit finish so if you guys like this video and you’d like to see more comparisons like this in the future make sure to hit that like button, subscribe and hit that notification bell and then if you like this jersey or any of the jerseys in any of my videos go to coolwick.com and use my promo code motivlou10 and that’ll get you 10 off your entire order.

The Storm Electrify Solid and Roto Grip Hustle Camo By The Numbers

So let’s start with the tech, we’ll start with the hustle camo because it’s the one that I’ve been throwing a ton of lately. It features the hustle core which in 15 pounds is an rg of 2.53 and a max differential of 0.030 and features the vtc solid cover stock that comes out of box at a 1500 grit polish finish but, like I said it’s finished at a 2000 finish. Then the layout on both of these is the same which is 50 by 4 and a half by 30. Now we’re gonna get into the electrify solid which features the circuit core which in 15 pounds has an rg of 2.51 and a max differential of 0.030. So the cores in these bowling balls are very very similar and then the cover is the reactor cover stock that also comes out of the box at a 1500 grit polish finish but like I said they’re both finished at a 2000 finish so these are two lower performance solids that I absolutely love.

This is going to be the first time I throw them side by side to get a really good comparison

in and I like them both with the out of box polish knocked off so that’s the reason why we’re going to compare them at this surface. So I’m going to take you guys out of the lanes now so that we can see what the differences are between these two bowling balls let me know down below in the comments if you guys have either a hustle camo or an electrified solid and which one of them is your favorite

Lets Start With The Electrify Solid Bowling Ball

First shot here we’re starting with the electrify solid, miss right a little bit so if I miss right it definitely bumps pretty hard. The first five shots here with the electrify solid and it’s pretty much the reason why I like these lower performance solids on the house shot. It lets me play in a part of the lane that I’m comfortable playing. If I was in something stronger like a phase 2 or pretty much anything stronger than that it’s going to force me way far left especially when there’s this much friction on the lanes. This is just a fresh typical house shot so now I’m going to get into the hustle camo which again has the same layout, same surface, the only difference is the cover stock and the core and I’m gonna start in the same spot as I was just at with the electrify solid.

Now Lets Throw The Roto Grip Hustle Camo Bowling Bal

First shot here with the hustle camo you guys know how much I love this ball. This hustle camo matches up very well with my game here wow all right so I really need that when I shoot a messenger across that all the pins fall or 10 back all right last shot here before I get back in the e solid good shot.

I’ve been saying for at least a couple weeks now since I’ve drilled this hustle camo that I felt that the vtc solid cover stock on the camo was stronger than the reactor solid on the electrify solid.

Now that I’m throwing both of these side by side with the same finish same layout too which takes that out of play the cover on the hustle camo is just a little bit stronger. We’re not talking about humongous levels of difference between the two bowling balls, I’m not talking about like from like an entry-level ball to like a proton physics differencebut it is different enough.
Let’s get back on the lanes with the electrify solid and I’ll make a pretty big move left just to see which one looks a little bit better when I have to shape.
We’re back in the electrify solid it’s probably about five left of my feet here about five and two here so I’m thinking I’m thinking that this esolid will be a little bit better when I got to shape it like this but from a little straighter I got to give it to the hustle that’s right yep so that’s two times now that I’ve missed right with this e solid and it’s really jammed off the friction this right again oh the luckiest strike in the world.

I’m really thinking is that these two bowling balls could be a really good little one-two punch here where I start with the hustle camo from a little bit straighter with this 2000 finish and then as I have to get left or as the hustle camo starts to roll a little bit more forward.

If it gets there then I can go right to this electrify solid with maybe like a three or four thousand finish and I think it’ll be a good nice little one-two punch because this e-solid rolls a lot better for me once I have to get in and create a little bit more shape so now we’re gonna get back on the lanes with the hustle camo from that same spot that I was just saying with the c-solid so we can continue to see what the differences are on the lanes alright first shot with the camo from the same spot I was just at with the electrify solid I’m gonna move like two left here and just really try to not miss a million left or a million right sorry so I’m actually going to move those two back right because that was a little light for my um for my liking
so I’m going to move like six or seven right because I think this ball likes the straighter angles like that so I think that’s where I’m seeing the biggest biggest differences between these two bowling balls the cover on the camo is actually a lot stronger than I thought than the cover on the electrify solid so it actually forces me to be a little bit further right a little bit closer to the friction just to make sure that it comes around the corner

when I got further left with the camo it was really struggling to come around the corner that probably has to do with the bowling center and with the surface

that’s on the bowling ball so now I’m going to move back right with both of these bowling balls just to see I’ll probably end up moving further left with the e solid because this is the one that really likes to be shaped a little bit more but I’m definitely going to stay straighter with the camo so let’s get back on the lanes all right first shot with the sea saw it’ll be from a little straighter and then I’ll probably chase it left if I have to oh that looks pretty good from there yes I’m thinking with both of these straighter angle looks way way better now I’m just trying to repeat shots here miss right oh i really need some of these messengers to start connecting here yeah both of these balls look really good from here as long as my physical game is on point like that all right so I think that I’ve seen enough between these two bowling balls to start giving some really solid recommendations if you’re someone who’s maybe more speed dominant and your rev rates a little bit lower I think you’re really going to want to get into the hustle camo but then if you’re more rev dominant or you like to see your ball hook more in the back part of the lane and be a little bit more angular you’re going to really want to take a look at this electrified solid now I do think that they’re different enough to warrant having both of them in the bag if you have like a six or a nine ball arsenal for like a tournament I definitely wouldn’t recommend having both of them in the bag in like a three ball league arsenal so in an expanded arsenal for tournaments or something specific
I think you can have both of them but if we’re only talking about league I can’t imagine a scenario where you would need both of them and then for me like I said it’s been the hustle camo and it’s going to continue to be the hustle camo until we get something else that’s in this category that may be better but that’s that’s what I’m thinking so far so let’s go back on the lanes finish off this video with some really good shots of the hustle camo all right here back in the hustle camo so this camo is definitely earlier definitely smoother than this e-solid so all right so there you have it folks there’s my in-depth comparison between the roto-grip hustle camo and the storm electrify solid both of them with the same layout and the same finish that I changed to a 2000 finish the biggest thing that i took away from this video like I said is that the cover on the camo at least feels a little bit stronger but like I said they are going to be very similar bowling balls they are in the same category the hook potential on both of them feels about the same but like I said the biggest difference that I saw was that the hustle camo seemed earlier and seemed way smoother off the spot whereas the electrify solid wanted to get a little bit further down lane and definitely created more shape down lane

roto grip hustle camo bowling ball

Built to provide performance for both the novice bowler and the advanced bowler, the Hustle Line of balls serves as the standard in which all other entry level balls are compared. So, whether you are looking to get your very first ball or looking to get a ball to fill out your arsenal for those lighter conditions, have no fear, the Hustle Line is here!

Engineered For – Light to Medium Oil Conditions

– Core: Hustle
– Coverstock: VTC Solid Reactive
– Finish: 1500
– RG: 2.53
– Diff: 0.030

storm electrify solid bowling ball

At Storm, our mission is simple: keep pushing the boundaries of research and development in order to provide you with a diverse selection of bowling balls to combat lane conditions of all lengths, shapes, and volumes. With that, we proudly bring you the Electrify Solid

Coverstock: Reactor Solid
Core: Circuit
Finish: 1500 Grit Polished
Differential: .030
RG Avg: 2.51
Flare Potential: 2″-4
Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy to Medium Heavy Oil
Fragrance: Frosted Cake

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