Ntense Lev Rg vs Ntense Lev Rg ML

Which layout is right for me?

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Ntense Lev Rg vs Ntense Lev Rg ML

Post by PocketSplit » February 12th, 2010, 7:38 pm

Some discussuion please on the difference among these two balls please.

I think I just orderd the ML version, so may be asking for some driling layouts.

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Post by Slap » February 12th, 2010, 8:09 pm

I'm tempted to buy an Ntense or second Repsonse...must resist!

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Re: Ntense Lev Rg vs Ntense Lev Rg ML

Post by PocketSplit » February 12th, 2010, 9:43 pm

Best to get one of them now.

A very popular bowling web site has the ML version (only 14lb) and only Blems for $70.

However, the non ML in 14,15,or 16 FIRST quality is $65.

Go Figure, First Quality is cheaper that Blem - seconds, sure hope the ML is worth the more expensive Blem price.

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Re: Ntense Lev Rg vs Ntense Lev Rg ML

Post by Mo Pinel » February 12th, 2010, 11:04 pm

PocketSplit wrote:Some discussuion please on the difference among these two balls please.

I think I just orderd the ML version, so may be asking for some driling layouts.

Thanks
Exact same ball! ML is for Japan. Their gross weight tolerance is much tighter over there.

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Post by Mo Pinel » February 12th, 2010, 11:07 pm

Slap wrote:I'm tempted to buy an Ntense or second Repsonse...must resist!
After seeing your game on video, I recommend the 'Ntense. Remind of the layout in the Response (with balance hole location) we put together and I'll nail the layout for the 'Ntense.

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Re: Ntense Lev Rg vs Ntense Lev Rg ML

Post by JohnP » February 13th, 2010, 1:36 am

PocketSplit -- Check your PM's. -- JohnP

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Re: Ntense Lev Rg vs Ntense Lev Rg ML

Post by Slap » February 13th, 2010, 1:38 am

Mo Pinel wrote: After seeing your game on video, I recommend the 'Ntense. Remind of the layout in the Response (with balance hole location) we put together and I'll nail the layout for the 'Ntense.
I am hesitant to order an 'Ntense because I just ordered a MANIA...but I'm sure I will be convinced once you explain the different ball motions you are proposing. You nailed the Response!

The Response is 40 x 4 1/4 x 20 with no hole.
I ordered the MANIA 40 x 4 x 20.

My other medium heavy pieces

LevRG 55 x 4 x 35 with hole.
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(I know, I know...but I haven't had a chance to spin my sym cores)
Solaris Requiem 45 x 4 1/2 x 30 with hole
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Black Diamond 45 x 3 3/4 x 45 no hole
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Re: Ntense Lev Rg vs Ntense Lev Rg ML

Post by Mo Pinel » February 13th, 2010, 1:56 am

Slap wrote: I am hesitant to order an 'Ntense because I just ordered a MANIA...but I'm sure I will be convinced once you explain the different ball motions you are proposing. You nailed the Response!

The Response is 40 x 4 1/4 x 20 with no hole.
I ordered the MANIA 40 x 4 x 20.

Mo says:

The 'Ntense is core dominant and the mania is cover dominant.
Two different motions. Core dominant balls have more midlane with earlier forward roll. Cover dominant balls have more backend with continuation. 'Ntense layout should be 50 / 3 1/4 / 20 for you.

My other medium heavy pieces:

LevRG 55 x 4 x 35 with hole.
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(I know, I know...but I haven't had a chance to spin my sym cores)
Solaris Requiem 45 x 4 1/2 x 30 with hole
Image

Black Diamond 45 x 3 3/4 x 45 no hole
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Re: Ntense Lev Rg vs Ntense Lev Rg ML

Post by Slap » February 13th, 2010, 2:27 am

Thanks Mo. I will have to save that layout, BB is out of the 15. I had one in my shopping at at 8 this morning after I opened my email but I didn't pull the trigger.

However, my teammate did get one, at my recommendation. I need to gather her specs but I will solicit you for layout advice. She loves her Solid LevRG. (guess who recommended that one?)

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Re: Ntense Lev Rg vs Ntense Lev Rg ML

Post by JohnP » February 13th, 2010, 5:08 pm

I did order a 16 lb 'Ntense Lev RG, but noticed they were out of the 15 lb. Thanks, PocketSplit, for the heads up on the deal. -- JohnP

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Post by Mo Pinel » February 13th, 2010, 5:37 pm

Slap wrote:Thanks Mo. I will have to save that layout, BB is out of the 15. I had one in my shopping at at 8 this morning after I opened my email but I didn't pull the trigger.

However, my teammate did get one, at my recommendation. I need to gather her specs but I will solicit you for layout advice. She loves her Solid LevRG. (guess who recommended that one?)
If that's bowlingball.com, we just shipped them some more 15# 'Ntenses.

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Re: Ntense Lev Rg vs Ntense Lev Rg ML

Post by Adrenaline » February 14th, 2010, 11:48 am

My first Morich ball ships out Monday. I chose the N'tense, because of the 60 spin time, and Int Diff. I'll be looking for layout info soon Mo! I don't know enough of my information needed, (rev rate, speed, axis tilt/rotation) so I'm gunna try to get you a solid video to look at, and hopefully you can help me out. Will a video not be enough? Is there something I can do in the video that will help you see something/anything you need to make it of more use?

Thanks ahead of time,
Kenny

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Re: Ntense Lev Rg vs Ntense Lev Rg ML

Post by Mo Pinel » February 14th, 2010, 12:50 pm

Adrenaline wrote:My first Morich ball ships out Monday. I chose the N'tense, because of the 60 spin time, and Int Diff. I'll be looking for layout info soon Mo! I don't know enough of my information needed, (rev rate, speed, axis tilt/rotation) so I'm gunna try to get you a solid video to look at, and hopefully you can help me out. Will a video not be enough? Is there something I can do in the video that will help you see something/anything you need to make it of more use?

Thanks ahead of time,
Kenny
See if you can include a picture of the drilled ball, your PAP and a video of the throwing the ball down the lane taken from behind your bowling shoulder.

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