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|type = Balance
 
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|firstappeared = [[Beyblade: Metal Fury - Episode 02|Legend Blader]]
 
|firstappeared = [[Beyblade: Metal Fury - Episode 02|Legend Blader]]
|firstappearedmanga = N/A}}'''Beat Lynx TH170WD''' is a [[Balance]]-type [[Beyblade (toy)|Beyblade]] that appears in the anime and manga series, ''[[Beyblade: Metal Fury]]''. It is owned by [[Johannes]] and was released in [[Random Booster Vol. 7 Beat Lynx]] on April 23, 2011 in Japan.
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|firstappearedmanga = N/A}}'''Beat Lynx TH170WD''' is a [[Balance]]-type [[Beyblade (toy)|Beyblade]] that appears in the anime and manga series, ''[[Beyblade: Metal Fury]]''. It is owned by [[Johannes]] and was released in [[Random Booster Vol. 7 Beat Lynx]] as the "Super Rare" prize Beyblade on April 23, 2011 in Japan.
   
Beat Lynx's main feature is its TH170 Spin Track. TH170 has the ability to change between three heights, 170, 195, and 220. This has given it more versatility than 230 and has become a very useful Spin Track for Defense, Stamina, and Balance combinations. Hasbro changed the beyblade's Spin Track to AD145 instead of using TH170 to make the Beyblade ''Beat Lynx AD145WD.''
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Beat Lynx's main feature is its TH170 Spin Track. TH170 has the ability to change between three heights, 170, 195, and 220. Hasbro changed the Beyblade's Spin Track to AD145 instead of using TH170 to make the Beyblade ''Beat Lynx AD145WD.''
   
 
==Face Bolt: Lynx==
 
==Face Bolt: Lynx==
*'''Weight''': 1.04 grams
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{{Part|Face Bolt - Lynx}}
 
The Face Bolt depicts "Lynx", one of the 88 constellations in space. It is named after lynx which is a genus of felines that are identified by the small "tufts" on the tip of their ears. The design features the head of a lynx in a tribal, cheetah-like manner colored brown and tattooed onto a gold Facebolt.
 
   
 
==4D Energy Ring: Lynx==
 
==4D Energy Ring: Lynx==
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{{Part|4D Energy Ring - Lynx}}
   
*'''Weight''': 3.06 grams
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==4D Fusion Wheel: Beat==
Lynx is primarily, a two-sided 4D Energy Ring with curved sides having a paw-like design to emulate that of a lynx's. It has two notches in between the sides that is slightly curved. Due to being two-sided, it is better used in two-sided Wheels such as Beat or Vulcan for improved weight distribution. Being a translucent bronze in color and as with all other 4D Energy Rings, Lynx has a powder-like substance encased inside it to add more weight.
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{{Part|4D Fusion Wheel - Beat}}
 
'''Attack: 2.5 - Defense: 2.5 - Stamina: 2'''
 
 
[[File:Clearwheel4d lynx.jpg]]
 
 
== 4D Fusion Wheel: Beat==
 
 
*'''Total Weight''': 35.98 grams
 
 
===PC Frame===
 
*'''Weight''': 2.62 grams
 
Beat's PC Frame is a two-sided translucent, bronze Frame that is primarily oval-shaped. Its main function is to change Beat's Mode between "Attack Mode" and "Defense Mode" by rotating it across the Metal Frame.
 
===Core===
 
*'''Weight:''' 33.36 grams
 
Beat's Core is the main piece of this Fusion Wheel where its contact points go into play. What's noticeable about this Core from first glance, is that it bears a huge resemblance to Vulcan; being two-sided with it's main contact points: two protrusions between it's curved sides that act as the "ears" of a lynx. It acts as a wider version of Vulcan due to this. Its curved sides are large and bulky while the ears are linear and thin, whilst being curved. It also shows diamond designs much like the arrows on the Flame wheel near it's curved sides.
 
 
Beat has two Modes, "Attack Mode" and "Defense Mode". When in Attack Mode, the "ears" of Beat's Metal Frame appear however, when in Defense Mode, the "ears" are covered by Beat's PC Frame. This can be switched simply by rotating the PC Frame onto the Metal Frame.
 
 
Due to the Metal Frame's large resemblance to Vulcan, Midnight, and Bull, it offers a highly powerful Smash Attack, even superior to Vulcan's but just in the case of Vulcan, it still has recoil in the downside. Despite this, Beat has outclassed Vulcan in its release for its very powerful and consistent Smash Attack capability, and lessened recoil with a Metal Face Bolt.it also, if hit on the sides, have good defense.
 
 
Beat can reach it's full potential in Attack Mode which is what Bladers use mostly as it is guaranteed for maximum Smash Attack. Since in Defense Mode, it's main contact points are covered by Beat's PC Frame thus, removing any Attacking potential. Beat also shines in low and mid-height combos, but usually in mid-heights. Overall, Beat is a very powerful Fusion Wheel thanks to it's Core. It's Vulcan-like design, combined with it's devastatingly powerful Smash Attack, makes it a must-have for Attack Type Bladers. With this, Beat has been compared to Variares, Flash, Diablo and Blitz as one of the best 4D Fusion Wheels for Attack Types in the current metagame.
 
 
If Variares is the 4D successor to The Gravity wheel, and Blitz is the 4D successor to the Ray wheel, then Beat is the 4D successor to the Vulcan wheel.
 
 
==Combos==
 
MF Beat(in attack mode) lynx D125RF/R2F
 
 
MF Beat lynx ch120rf/r2f
 
 
MF Beat lynx gb145/85rf/r2f
 
 
'''Attack: 2.5 - Defense: 2.5 - Stamina: 2'''
 
 
[[File:Metalwheel4d beat.jpg]]
 
   
 
==Spin Track: Triple Height 170 (TH170)==
 
==Spin Track: Triple Height 170 (TH170)==
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{{Part|Spin Track - TH170}}
*'''Weight''': 4.39 grams
 
Triple Height 170 (TH170) is the 4th heaviest Spin Track. TH170 is a taller and more appreciated variation of CH120 that as its name implies, can switch between three heights for this Track. They include 170, 195, and 220. Changing these heights is just like changing heights on CH120: one rotates the Track, pulls it to the height desired, and rotates again to lock it into place. Just like 230, these heights are only found on this Track and not on any other Spin Track. Changing the height is quite useful as akin to CH120, you do not have to take of the tip or take apart the Beyblade to change the height of the spin track. With these three heights, it has given TH170 more versatility than 230 and outclassed it in every way possible. TH170 is a translucent copper in color.
 
 
230 is still a great Track for Defense and Stamina nonetheless, but Bladers commonly use TH170 because of its versatility in battle. Since it's release with Beat Lynx, TH170 has gained use quickly in Defense, Stamina, and Balance combos: it remains a very great Spin Track and top-tier to this day. At 170 height, it can destabilize high attackers, like Flame Byxis. At 195 height, it can counter mid-range beys, like Hell Kerbecs by hitting the top of the metal wheel. At 220 height, it can avoid low smash attackers, like Screw Capricorn 90MF, using the axle theory.
 
 
Performance-wise, TH170 is recommended in 170 or 195 height against opponents using 145 variants of Attack and Stamina, whereas 220 is useful for when out spinning low-height Beys of Attack, Defense, and Stamina. Hasbro decided to change the Spin Track to AD145 instead of TH170.
 
 
Customizations:
 
 
MF-M/MF Death Wolf/Aquario TH170CS(Probably the best HWS balance combo to date)
 
Balance''' '''
 
 
MF-M Death Wolf/Crown TH170CS/SWD/FS/FB/DS/SF (balance)
 
 
Scythe Pisces TH170WD/SD (stamina)
 
 
[[File:Track th170 img.jpg]]
 
   
 
==Performance Tip: Wide Defense==
 
==Performance Tip: Wide Defense==
Wide Defense, as its name implies, is the widest of the Defense series of Performance Tips (D, SD, WD, EWD and PD). This brings numerous advantages, but also some disadvantages when compared to the other Defense Performance Tips. Due to its massive width that reaches the edge of the Bottom's perimeter, it is able to wobble at a significantly larger angle for a longer period of time than Defense or Semi-Defense, and at a much lower spin rate. This can be advantageous in many battles, particularly those between two Stamina-Types when they are about to topple over; however, if you happen to have a weaker shot than your opponent who is using a Bey such as Virgo DF145SD, Wide Defense's low spin rate towards the end of the battle will make it extremely easy for the opponent to knock it completely over. But if you launch the Bey at a special angle, it is impossible for him to knock you over. This low spin rate towards the end of the battle is created because in the process of wobbling at such a large angle, more friction is made with the stadium floor, thus decreasing its Stamina. This is all avoidable however if your shot is at least as powerful as your opponent, as the extra time it is able to spin on an angle will allow you to narrowly outspin your D or SD based opponent. But WD still outclasses SD. It is also better than W2D since it has more Balance. It has more Stamina than WB and also recovers faster than it. However, WB has more defense due to more friction but because of that, it moves more, therefore lowering its defensive qualities.
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{{Part|Performance Tip - WD}}
WD has significant defensive capabilities as well, but because it still uses a form of sharp tip, its friction with the stadium floor is decreased, which as a result makes it easier to knock around than a Tip like WB which has much more friction with the stadium floor. Wince it can recover quickly, it does not matter much. Wide Defense also has a brakes ability when it gets smashed. The performance tip on Beat Lynx is slightly different variation of the WD tip found on Earth Eagle 145WD. The tip of the WD performance tip is slightly sharper, which will decrease it's balance a fair amount. It is a translucent copper in color.
 
   
'''Attack: 0 - Defense: 2 - Stamina: 5'''
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==Overall==
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This Beyblade contains excellent parts for all Beyblade Types, which is a very rare occurrence. Beat was one of the best right-spin Attack wheels upon release, comparable to [[4D Fusion Wheel - VariAres|VariAres]] or [[4D Fusion Wheel - Blitz|Blitz]]; TH170 is used to great effect in top-tier Defense, Stamina and Balance customizations and WD, despite its numerous releases, still sees use in competitive Stamina customizations. '''Every Blader should own at least one of this Beyblade.'''
   
[[File:Bottom wd img.jpg]] [[File:Bottom wd img1.jpg]]
 
   
 
==Beast==
 
==Beast==
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
<gallery widths="120" navigation="true">
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===Toyline===
001.JPG|Beat Lynx.
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<gallery widths="120" >
002.JPG|Beat and its PC Frame.
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Image:Beat_Lynx_Front.jpg|Beat Lynx TH170WD (Attack Mode)
003.JPG|Attack Mode
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Image:Beat_Lynx_Front_2.jpg|Beat Lynx TH170WD (Defense Mode)
004.JPG|Defense Mode
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Image:Beat_Lynx_Side.jpg|Beat Lynx TH170WD (Side View)
005.JPG|TH170.
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Image:Lynx_Wheel.jpg|Lynx Clear Wheel
006.JPG|TH170 at height 170
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Image:Lynx_PC_Frame.jpg|PC Frame
007.JPG|TH170 at height 195
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Image:Beat_Wheel_Top.jpg|Beat Metal Wheel
008.JPG|TH170 at height 220
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Image:Beat_Wheel_Side.jpg|Beat Metal Wheel (Side View)
0010.JPG|Lynx at height 170 Compared to [[Flame Byxis 230WD|Byxis]].
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Image:TH170_Top.jpg|TH170 Track
010.JPG|Lynx at height 195 compared [[Hades Kerbecs BD145DS|Kerbecs]].
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Image:TH170_Side.jpg|TH170 Track (Side View)
011.JPG|Lynx at height 220 compared to [[Spiral Capricorn 90MF|Capricorn]].
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Image:TH195.jpg|TH170 Track (195 Height)
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Image:TH220.jpg|TH170 Track (220 Height)
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Image:WD_Top.jpg|Wide Defense
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Image:WD_Side.jpg|Wide Defense (Side View)
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$(KGrHqN,!lkE6B066ZWZBOsUKuu(cw~~60_3.jpg|Beat Lynx Starter Set from SONO KONG TAKARA TOMY
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dragonballzcentral_2205_1752644999.jpg|Hasbro version box
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dragonballzcentral_2205_1752721210.jpg|Hasbro version official image
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</gallery>
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===Anime===
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<gallery>
 
BeatLynx5.PNG|Beat Lynx in the anime.
 
BeatLynx5.PNG|Beat Lynx in the anime.
 
BeatLynx6.PNG
 
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BL_TCF.png
 
BL_TCF.png
 
This_one_2.png|Lynx on Madoka's computer.
 
This_one_2.png|Lynx on Madoka's computer.
RandomBooster7.jpg
 
Beat.JPG|Beat Lnyx's parts, intsructions, and Stickers.
 
images123.jpg|Side View of Beat Lynx
 
 
fhbkjsdzuishu.JPG|Beat Lynx vs. Hell Crown
 
fhbkjsdzuishu.JPG|Beat Lynx vs. Hell Crown
 
Horuseus vs Lynx.png|Lynx vs [[Vulcan Horuseus 145D|Horuseus]]
 
Horuseus vs Lynx.png|Lynx vs [[Vulcan Horuseus 145D|Horuseus]]
 
Beat Lynx Spintrack Change vs Horuseus.JPG|Beat Lynx's Spin Track change when against Horuseus
 
Beat Lynx Spintrack Change vs Horuseus.JPG|Beat Lynx's Spin Track change when against Horuseus
$(KGrHqN,!lkE6B066ZWZBOsUKuu(cw~~60_3.jpg|Beat Lynx Starter Set from SONO KONG TAKARA TOMY
 
 
6540.jpg
 
6540.jpg
random booster.jpg|Beat Lynx in a random booster|link=Beat Lynx TH170WD
 
dragonballzcentral_2205_1752644999.jpg|Hasbro Version
 
dragonballzcentral_2205_1752721210.jpg|Hasbro ver
 
beatlynx.jpg.jpg|Attack Mode
 
beatlynxdefense.jpg.jpg|Defense Mode
 
Th170.jpg
 
 
Johannes prepared to launch Lynx.png
 
Johannes prepared to launch Lynx.png
 
Lynx Vs. Pegasus.png|Pegasus Vs. Lynx
 
Lynx Vs. Pegasus.png|Pegasus Vs. Lynx
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Beat Lynx can be referred to as the "Ultimate Balance Bey," as it can switch between Attack and Defense mode, and its spin track allows it to adapt to battle any type beyblade.
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*Beat Lynx is the first Beyblade to be able to switch to three heights.
*Beat Lynx is the first beyblade to be able to switch to three heights.
 
 
*It is the second beyblade to have a Spin Track that can change heights, the first being [[Dark Gasher CH120FS|Dark Cancer]].
 
*It is the second beyblade to have a Spin Track that can change heights, the first being [[Dark Gasher CH120FS|Dark Cancer]].
 
*The Beat Fusion Wheel resembles the Midnight, Flame and Vulcan Fusion Wheels.
 
*The Beat Fusion Wheel resembles the Midnight, Flame and Vulcan Fusion Wheels.
*Beat Lynx is the first beyblade to have the TH170WD combo.
 
 
*TH170 in 170 mode resembles CH120 and AD145, that's why it was AD145 in Hasbro's version.
 
*TH170 in 170 mode resembles CH120 and AD145, that's why it was AD145 in Hasbro's version.
   
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[[Video:Beyblade BB-109 Random Booster Vol.7 Beat Lynx TH170WD ベイブレード|thumb|left|350px|Demonstration and Test Drive]]
 
[[Video:Beyblade BB-109 Random Booster Vol.7 Beat Lynx TH170WD ベイブレード|thumb|left|350px|Demonstration and Test Drive]]
 
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[[Category: Metal Fight Beyblade]]
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[[Category: Beyblade]]
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[[Category:Must-buy Beyblades]]
 
[[Category:Balance Type]]
 
[[Category:Balance Type]]
 
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Revision as of 22:14, March 8, 2016


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Beat Lynx TH170WD
Also known as: Beat Lynx AD145WD (Hasbro)
Basic Information
Number: BB-109 (Japanese)
Owner: Johannes
Face Bolt: Lynx
Energy Ring: Lynx
Fusion Wheel: Beat
Spin Track: TH170
Performance Tip: WD
Type: Balance
First appearance: (Anime) Legend Blader
First appearance: (Manga) N/A

Beat Lynx TH170WD is a Balance-type Beyblade that appears in the anime and manga series, Beyblade: Metal Fury. It is owned by Johannes and was released in Random Booster Vol. 7 Beat Lynx as the "Super Rare" prize Beyblade on April 23, 2011 in Japan.

Beat Lynx's main feature is its TH170 Spin Track. TH170 has the ability to change between three heights, 170, 195, and 220. Hasbro changed the Beyblade's Spin Track to AD145 instead of using TH170 to make the Beyblade Beat Lynx AD145WD.

Face Bolt: Lynx

Main article: Face Bolt - Lynx

  • Weight: 1.04 grams

The Face Bolt depicts "Lynx", one of the 88 constellations in space. It is named after lynx which is a genus of felines that are identified by the small "tufts" on the tip of their ears. The design features the head of a lynx in a tribal, cheetah-like manner colored brown and printed onto a gold Face Bolt. It is one of the few printed Faces in the 4D lineup.

4D Energy Ring: Lynx

Main article: 4D Energy Ring - Lynx

  • Weight: 3.06 grams

Lynx is primarily, a two-sided 4D Energy Ring with curved sides having a paw-like design to emulate that of a lynx's. It has two notches in between the sides that is slightly curved. Due to being two-sided, it is better used in two-sided Wheels such as Beat for improved weight distribution. Being a translucent bronze in color and as with all other 4D Energy Rings, Lynx has a powder-like substance encased inside it to add more weight.

Clearwheel4d lynx

4D Fusion Wheel: Beat

Main article: 4D Fusion Wheel - Beat

  • Total Weight: 38.6 grams

This Metal Wheel is made up of two parts: a Core, which comprises the Metal part of the Metal Wheel, and a PC Frame.

PC Frame

The PC Frame of this 4D Metal Wheel is the piece that acts as the primary mechanism behind its Mode Change. There are triangular designs on each side of the PC Frame resembling cat ears; the weight is mainly focused on these opposite ends of the Frame.

Core

The Core of Beat could be seen as a representation of the snout of a Lynx, along with the Clear Wheel which represents its ears. There are diamond-shaped designs lining the inside of the Core that lead towards the two main protruding contact points. These protrusions produce ferocious Smash Attack, but unfortunately also create Recoil. The overarching design is similar to both Vulcan and Quetzalcoatl.


Like all 4D Metal Wheels, Beat features a mode changing gimmick. It works by rotating the PC Frame while the Beyblade is disassembled. The two Modes are:

  • Attack Mode :

In this mode, the PC Frame is aligned with the two long "wings" of the Core, exposing the two protruding contact points on each side.

  • Defense Mode:

In this mode, the PC Frame is rotated 90° so that the two heavier ends cover the two protruding contact points, creating a circular wall of sorts around the perimeter of Beat.


Attack Mode is the only competitively useful mode of the two. In Defense Mode, the PC Frame unfortunately leaves a small portion of the protruding contact points exposed. And even if they were covered completely, much heavier Wheels such as Basalt would still outclass it.

In Attack Mode, Beat is arguably one of the best right-spin Attack Wheels. Its best uses are in mid- and low-height Attack customizations, with mid-height being the most preferred. As a two-sided Metal Wheel, it works best with two-sided Clear Wheels such as Lynx.

Use in Attack Customization

A Metal Face, mid-height Track, and RF are the best options for reducing Beat's Recoil, and maximizing its Smash. An increase in movement speed can be attained by using the same parts, but opting for a low-track instead. Some of Beat's most popular combinations are MF Beat Lynx GB145RF and Beat Lynx 85RF.

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Spin Track: Triple Height 170 (TH170)

Main article: Spin Track - TH170

Description

TH170 contains a height-changing Track similar to CH120; it can change between 170, 195, and 220. Unlike CH120, TH170 has no mechanical problems that cause it to change height mid-battle, like many CH120's do.

TH170 is infinitely more versatile than 230 because of its height change ability. While 230 is easily KOed by 145-height Attack customizations due to its height, TH170 can stand up against them if necessary with the two lower heights it can change down to: 170 and 195. And it can also fare well against low-Track Attack customizations just as well as 230 can when used at the 220-height. Although, it should be noted that due to the height change mechanism of the Track, the design of TH170 is not as funnel-like and smooth as 230's is. As a result, low-Track Attackers could possibly garner more success against TH170 at the 220-height than they would against 230. This is simply one minor caveat though; TH170's outstanding ability to adapt to countless situations more than makes up for it.

In general, the 170 and 195 heights are best used against 145-height Attack and Stamina combinations, while the 220 height is best used for outspinning 230-height Stamina customs, as well as low-track Attack, Defense, and Stamina combinations.

Use in Defense Combination

On the 170 and 195-heights, TH170 can be difficult to KO for many Attackers. To optimize this ability, combine it with the following parts: MF-H, Basalt, Aquario, and RDF to create the formidable defensive opponent, MF-H Basalt Aquario TH170RDF.

Use in Stamina Customization

TH170 is one of the most popular choices for Stamina customizations due to its extremely high versatility. It can be used well in the combination, Phantom Cancer/Cygnus TH170D.

Use in Balance Combination

TH170 is a key part in the combination MF/MF-H Basalt Kerbecs TH170WF. This combination succeeds by utilizing its great momentum and versatility to perform well against all types of opponents.


Performance Tip: Wide Defense

Main article: Performance Tip - WD

Weight: 0.7 gram Full Width: 15.53 mm Tip Width: 14.17 mm Full Height: 8.92 mm Tip Height: 6.75 mm Tip Angle: 40°

Wide Defense, as its name implies is one of the widest of the “Defense” series of Performance Tips (D, SD, WD, PD, EWD) besides BWD.

This brings numerous advantages, but also some disadvantages when compared to the other “Defense” Performance Tips, specifically D. The advantages include its ability for abnormally long procession times due to its massive width that reaches the edge of the Performance Tip's perimeter. This allows it to wobble at a significantly larger angle for a longer period of time than D, and at a much lower spin rate. However, depending on the position of the Beyblade using WD and the spin rate of the opponent, this can be disadvantageous because of how easy it becomes to knock over the precessing WD custom. This low spin rate towards the end of the battle is created because in the process of wobbling at such a large angle, more friction is made with the stadium floor, thus decreasing its Stamina. Nevertheless, this is more often an advantage than it is a disadvantage.

Newer parts such as CS, EDS and B:D have overshadowed WD to some degree: CS and EDS due to their ability to be paired with the popular BD145 Spin Track without scraping, and B:D because of its height and even longer procession times, but WD is still one of the best pure Stamina Bottoms available. However, when selecting high Spin Tracks such as TH170 and 230, WD's tendency to wobble at larger angles should be kept in mind, as its extreme procession can often become problematic.

Although the name suggests defensive characteristics, WD does not possess any inherent defensive qualities. However, its proficiency can be increased significantly when facing left-spin Attackers through the utilization of the Weak Shooting technique.

Use in Stamina customization

WD is arguably the best of the “Defense” series of Spin Tracks, and its effectiveness can be utilized in the custom Phantom Cancer/Cygnus W145WD.

Attack: 0 - Defense: 5 - Stamina: 2

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Overall

This Beyblade contains excellent parts for all Beyblade Types, which is a very rare occurrence. Beat was one of the best right-spin Attack wheels upon release, comparable to VariAres or Blitz; TH170 is used to great effect in top-tier Defense, Stamina and Balance customizations and WD, despite its numerous releases, still sees use in competitive Stamina customizations. Every Blader should own at least one of this Beyblade.


Beast

Lynx Cat
BeatLynxBeast
Japanese N/A
English Translation N/A
English Dub Name N/A
First Appearance (Anime) N/A
First Appearance (Manga) N/A
Beat Lynx's Beast is a large lynx with yellow skin and black dots on its fur. Whereas it appears to be a cheetah, lynxs are identified with the little tufts of hair on the tips of their ears. It looks similar to Johannes.

Gallery

Toyline

Anime

Trivia

  • Beat Lynx is the first Beyblade to be able to switch to three heights.
  • It is the second beyblade to have a Spin Track that can change heights, the first being Dark Cancer.
  • The Beat Fusion Wheel resembles the Midnight, Flame and Vulcan Fusion Wheels.
  • TH170 in 170 mode resembles CH120 and AD145, that's why it was AD145 in Hasbro's version.

Videos

Thanks to AkirasDaddy for the permission for these videos. thumb|left|350px|Demonstration and Test Drive

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