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Clay Hydra 145F (クレイヒュドラ145F, Kurei Hyudora 145F) is a Balance Type Beyblade that appears in the anime Beyblade: Metal Fusion. It is a generic Beyblade used by Kenta Yumiya and borrowed from Madoka Amano.

It was briefly used by Kenta after his Flame Sagittario C145S was heavily damaged by Reiji Mizuchi and his Poison Serpent SW145SD. It was subsequently destroyed by Doji's Dark Wolf DF145FS.

Face Bolt - Hydra

Main article: Face Bolt - Hydra

The Face Bolt depicts "Hydra", one of the 88 constellations in space. The design features a multi-headed serpentine water monster and the word "Hydra" above it in highly stylized letters.

Energy Ring - Wolf

Main article: Energy Ring - Wolf

The edges of the Wolf Energy Ring consists of four wolf "heads", with one in each quarter of the Energy Ring. This equal weight distribution makes the Beyblade more stable, but Wolf is outclassed by heavier Energy Rings such as Aquario and Kerbecs.

Light Wheel - Clay

Main article: Light Wheel - Clay

Clay is the Light Wheel equivalent of the Counter Fusion Wheel. The design is very similar, with minor cosmetic differences. Like other Light Wheels, Clay uses plastic instead of metal, reducing its weight significantly. As such, Clay is prone to breakage when used in battles and should be considered as a collector's item only.

Spin Track - 145

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Main article: Spin Track - 145

145, along with its variants (Claw 145 (C145), Down Force 145 (DF145), etc.), was once the highest Spin Track available, until the 230 Spin Track was released with Flame Byxis 230WD. 145 can be used in Stamina Type combinations to great effect due to its tall height, which allows for more wobbling as the Beyblade loses its spin velocity. However, gimmick-paired Spin Tracks such as Boost Disk 145 (BD145) have immensely outclassed their original basic variant, as have several taller gimmick Spin Tracks, especially against heavy, mid-height Attack customisations. Even in stamina battles, 145 does not offer enough balance: Spin Tracks such as Armor Defense 145 (AD145) and Wide Defense 145 (WD145) provide a good center of gravity, and aid with a slight downforce to maintain stability.

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).