Bit Chip (BC)
Main article: Bit Chip - Dragoon
This Bit Chip depicts Dragoon.
Attack Ring (AR)
Main article: Attack Ring - Reverse Dragon
Reverse Dragon was the first Attack Ring designed for attacking in left spin. Reverse Dragon has four attack edges with red and black colors (green and purple in the early versions) and a bit chip holder. The coloring for the attack ring is white with variations in color design.
Weight Disk (WD)
Main article: Weight Disk - Eight Wide
As the name implies, the Wide series of WDs are some of the widest Weight Disks available. Along with having a large diameter, the bulk of the mass on a Wide WD is visibly focused around the perimeter. They are also noticeably lighter than Heavy and even Balance Weight Disks.
Spin Gear (SG)
Main article: Spin Gear - Left SG
Left Spin Gears allow for left spin when used in tandem with Left-Spin Shooters. Left-Spin Spin Gears are similar in design to Right-Spin Spin Gears, the only difference being that the tabs on a Left-Spin Spin Gear are situated on the opposite side of the Right-Spin Spin Gears tabs. This allows Left-Spin Shooters to be used with these gears. Additionally, the Left-Spin tabs extend out further than the Right-Spin tabs, meaning that Right-Spin Shooter cannot be used with Left-Spin Spin Gears and vice-versa.
They have plastic casing surrounding a metal ring and gear which is placed into the Blade Base and held in place by base clips. The core (centre pieces) is not interchangeable in Standard Spin Gears. Different variations have now been released that feature weights, bearings and even an engine inside the Spin Gear.
Blade Base (BB)
Main article: Blade Base - Storm Grip
Storm Grip is a low and fast attack base due to the rubber tip at the end of it. It's the best Pre-Magne System Attack Base. However, like any Blade Base with a rubber tip, it wears out after repeated use.
The code on the Japanese version is for unlocking the bit in Beyblade Fighting Tournament.
Name In Other Languages
|Japanese||ドラグーン S (ストーム)||Doragūn Sutōmu|
|Korean||드래곤 S (스톰)||Deulaegon Seutom||"Deulaegon" is the Korean pronunciation for "Dragon"|