Malaysia ended the first block by scorching the lanes with a stunning 907 for a total of 2518 and a commanding lead of 247 pins ahead of Singapore, who finished second with 2275. Korea bounced back with 831 in their third game to move up to third with 2271.
Meanwhile Korea's Won Jonghyeok, Park Sanghyeok, Han Seongsu and Moon Hayeong led from start to finish reeling in 856, 809 and 825 to lead the first block with 2490. Malaysia's Shahrukh Amin. Nevern Marcellinus, Muhammad Syazirol and Muhammad Hafiz trailed the Koreans all the way to finish second with 2432.
Doubles gold medallist, Brandon Ong led his team-mates, Xavier Teo, Eugene Yeo and Jomond Chia to finish third with 2417. Philippines's Kayle Obad, Kenzo Umali, Patrik Nuqui and Singles gold medallist, Merwin Tan took fourth spot with 2410.
Australia's Callum Borck, Trent Webber, Kyle Annetts and Singles silver medallist, William Clark completed the top five with 2311.