Limansantoso and Roumimper picked up their pace to post a sizzling 493 in the fifth game to extend their lead over arch rival, Singapore to 76 pins. Both Indonesia and Singapore ended with identical final game of 408 but Indonesia sealed victory with 2552 for their second gold medal of the day.
Their team-mates, Billy Muhammad Islam and Hardy Rachmadian had narrowly won their first gold medal in the Men's Doubles earlier in the morning. Singapore settled for the silver with 2476 while Malaysia finished third to take home the bronze medal with 2458.
Philippines was again unlucky to miss out on the podium after finishing fourth with 2396, 62 pins adrift. The second Malaysian pair of Siti Safiyah Amirah and Shalin Zulkifli rounded out the top five with 2388.
Police General, Mr Budi Setiawan, Indonesia's Deputy Chef-de-Mission, Mr Maradona Chok, Secretary General of Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress and Ms Valerie Teo, Singapore's Assistant Chef-de-Mission presented the medals to the winners.