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Dark Capricorne 105RF is an Attack Type Beyblade released in the Hybrid Wheel Custom Set Attack & Balance Type by Takara Tomy in Japan.

Face Bolt - Capricorne[]

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Main article: Face Bolt - Capricorne

The Face Bolt depicts "Capricornus", which is Latin for "horned goat". Capricornus is one of the 88 constellations in space. The design depicts a goat with six horns, and the word "CAPRICORNE" is depicted on a banner below the goat. Some variants of this Face Bolt do not have the word "CAPRICORNE", such as the Metal Fusion Fury Capricorn 100HF release which removes the words from the banner, and the Metal Masters Fury Capricorn 100HF and Spiral Capricorn 90MF which replaces the banner with more horns.

Energy Ring - Capricorne[]

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Main article: Energy Ring - Capricorne

The Capricorn Energy Ring is angular, and features two goat head designs, tailed by long horns, with two small spikes separating each head from the horns.

Fusion Wheel - Dark[]

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Main article: Fusion Wheel - Dark

Dark has twelve spikes facing the clockwise direction. These protrusions are closely packed together with minimal space between each, resulting in an overall round shape. This shape hinders the Fusion Wheel in two ways: its protrusions are not pronounced enough to provide sufficient Smash Attack, while the perimeter is interrupted too frequently for sufficient Stamina. Additionally, its weight is distributed over too large a surface area. There is thus no reason to use Dark in any competitive situation whatsoever.

Spin Track - 105[]

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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 - Rubber Flat[]

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Main article: Performance Tip - Rubber Flat

Rubber Flat (RF), as its name implies, has a flat rubber tip, with a small indentation on the base of the tip. Its tip is about the same width as Wide Flat (WF), and is the second highest Performance Tip next to Hole Flat/Spike (HF/S).

By using its wide surface area and rubber material, Rubber Flat has a large amount of traction against the stadium floor, resulting in a fast and powerful attack pattern that often renders itself useless by self-KOing the Beyblade it is being used on. To alleviate this problem it is recommended that RF should be worn down first before any competitive use.

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