|Name:||Coercion HVH Reactive|
|Box Finish:||3000 Grit LSS|
|Color:||Black / Charcoal Pearl|
The Trident uses both a new coverstock and a new core design for Motiv. Coercion HVH Reactive is a hybrid coverstock that offers the most amount of traction in oil for a hybrid in the Motiv line. On the inside, the new Turbulent weight block is a lower RG (2.49″) and higher differential (0.054″) asymmetrical design that has a large amount of track flare potential. The Trident is finished at a 3000 grit LSS finish, giving it plenty of teeth to sink into heavy volumes of oil.
We started with the Trident on our heavy oil test pattern. All three testers saw this ball pick up strong in the midlane and offer a lot of recovery downlane. Stroker and Tweener had their best reactions going straighter, with Stroker near the 10 board and Tweener just inside of that. Cranker needed to be farther left to get his Trident to strike more. This ball’s rough box finish gave us no shortage of ...
Motiv Trident Comparisons
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- Motiv Trident vs. Motiv Jackal Carnage
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- Motiv Trident vs. Motiv Primal Fear
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- Motiv Trident vs. Motiv Trident Quest
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Additional Motiv Trident Resources
Click here to visit Motiv's website to read the manufacturer-supplied information on this ball. Also, see below for the manufacturer-produced promotional video for this ball.
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