Wing (ウイング, Uingu) is a Fusion Wheel released by Takara Tomy as part of the 4D System. It debuted in Japan with the release of the BB-121 Beyblade Ultimate DX Set on November 19, 2011. It debuted in western countries with the release of the Beyblade: Evolution video game on October 29, 2013. Both products included Wing Pegasis 90WF.
Wing is a 4D Fusion Wheel that consists of two parts: the Core and Metal Frame. The Metal Frame of Wing resembles that of Blitz, with both being circular Metal Frames with triangular protrusions. Wing's three protrusions fill in the gaps of the Core's wings; the Metal Frame can be fitted in different ways to switch between modes. Wing's Metal Frame features an arrow that helps determine which mode Wing is in.
- Weight: 28.5 grams
Wing's Core features three wings with a gap between each. Like the other Fusion Wheels used in the Pegasus line, Wing is designed to look like Pegasus' wings. Wing's has the numbers "0", "1", and "2" printed onto the Core. These are used to help determine the Mode the Fusion Wheel is currently in, while also indicating the number of blades sticking out.
When compared to its predecessor Cosmic, there are notable differences. Wing does not contain a PC Frame like Cosmic, and the wings on Wing are thinner and more slanted. Wing also carries gap-filling protrusions whereas Cosmic does not.
Wing has three different modes and each can be switched by rotating the Metal Frame over the Core. They are as follows: "Ironclad Attack Mode" ("0"), "Mortal Blow Attack Mode" ("1") and "Pound Attack Mode" ("2").
In Ironclad Attack Mode, there are no blades sticking out, leading to a uniform and closely-packed shape. This leads to a balanced weight distribution. In Mortal Blow Attack Mode, there is a single blade, and in Pound Attack Mode, there are two blades sticking out. In the latter two the weight distribution is unbalanced due to the blade placement.
Wing was designed to deliver a powerful "Single Strike" attack that delivers recoil upon contact; the recoil supposedly comes from the triangular protrusions. However, Wing works best in Defense Type combos due to the balance and how closely packed the blades are. Wing also works well in Balance Type combos when paired with parts such as BD145 and MB. Both take advantage of the weight and diameter of Wing, as well as the weight distribution - ironically, this makes Wing a weak Attack Type part, as the wings are too closely packed to deal any significant hits on the opposing Bey.
As such, Wing is a must have for competitive bladers.
- BB-121 Beyblade Ultimate DX Set - Wing Pegasis 90WF
- Wing Pegasis S130RB (World Hobby Fair Event Exclusive)