The Jackal Legacy pairs the asymmetrical Predator V2 weight block found in other recent Jackal releases with the new Coercion MXC Solid Reactive coverstock. This coverstock is the strongest to date for Motiv, and its strength is complemented by its 2000 grit sanded box finish. The change to the new coverstock allows the Jackal Legacy to have increased total hook compared to both the Jackal Ghost and the Alpha Jackal.
The Jackal series from MOTIV has certainly made a big impact in the bowling industry and its reputation for massive performance continues with the Jackal Legacy. This hook-beast is designed to handle the heaviest oil conditions any bowler will encounter.
Utilized often in recent years, the Predator V2 has proven to be a versatile, strong, and reliable high-performance core. It is used in the Jackal Ghost to provide a fantastic benchmark asymmetrical shape and in the more recent Jackal Flash to produce the most angular Jackal ever made. It also powered the Alpha Jackal used by PBA professional Wesley Low to roll the first-ever sanctioned 900 series with a MOTIV ball. And now, it is being merged with Coercion MXC Solid Reactive cover stock to create the strongest Jackal to roll off the MOTIV production line.
The introduction of Coercion MXC (MaXimum Continuation) Solid Reactive cover stock sent waves through the sport. Without a doubt, this is one of the strongest covers in bowling today and what makes it truly special is not just the unbelievable traction! Until now, bowling balls that provided incredible traction in oil were greatly limited because the energy used up front adversely impacted the ability to continue down lane. Coercion MXC is most impressive because it gives the solid Jackal Legacy superior traction in oil and strong down lane motion with continuation previously thought impossible.
Out of the box, bowlers can expect the powerful solid Jackal Legacy to provide loads of traction in heavy oil, a smooth motion, and a controllable shape that minimizes over/under reaction on wet/dry conditions. Obviously, a ball this strong will be of particular interest to speed dominant bowlers on a variety of conditions.
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