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This article is about the Hasbro release. For the Takara Tomy release, see Bakushin Susanow 90WF.

Bakushin Susanow 105F is an Attack Type Beyblade released by Hasbro on November 9, 2010. It was bundled with the Walmart Collector's Edition of the Beyblade: Metal Fusion video game.

Face Bolt - Susanow

Main article: Face Bolt - Susanow
The Susanow Face Bolt depicts "Susanoo", the Shinto god of the sea and storms in Japanese mythology. Susanoo makes up the majority of the design, with the sea below his head.

Energy Ring - Susanow

Main article: Energy Ring - Susanow
Susanow is a round, symmetrical Energy Ring, with stylized letters spelling "Susanow". Susanow has average weight distribution, but it is not heavy (or light) enough to find use in Defense or Stamina Type combinations. Furthermore, Susanow is not uneven and thus cannot provide aggressive movement for Attack Types. Susanow is easily outclassed by other more recently released Energy Rings.

Fusion Wheel - Bakushin

Main article: Fusion Wheel - Bakushin
Bakushin is a low-recoil Fusion Wheel with good stamina capabilities. Despite its Attack Type classification, Bakushin does not do well in Attack Type combinations as it lacks major points of contact, and has a smooth, round profile. This overall circular shape however, makes Bakushin useful in Defense Type combinations. Bakushin works best when paired with Energy Rings with a similar round profile, such as Leone I or Leone II, or other low-recoil Energy Rings like Tempo. The slanted, round edges of Bakushin also work well against Attack Type combinations, with low risk of knockouts.

Spin Track - 105


Main article: Spin Track - 105
105 is the fourth lowest Spin Track height available, but is outclassed in terms of Attack and Stamina by the 85, 90, and 100 Spin Tracks. 105 has no problem with floor scrapes, but is still an outclassed part and should only be chosen when none of the aforementioned Spin Tracks are available.

Performance Tip - Flat

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Main article: Performance Tip - Flat
Flat (F), as the name implies, has a flat plastic tip, which gives it an offensive movement pattern. Flat has a hard time retaining a flower pattern due to it being made of plastic, which results in it having less grip to the stadium floor than a rubber Performance Tip such as Rubber Flat (RF).

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