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Libra 145S is a Stamina-type Beyblade released in Japan by Takara Tomy.

Face Bolt - Libra

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Main article: Face Bolt - Libra

The Face Bolt depicts "Libra", the seventh astrological sign in the Zodiac and one of the 88 constellations in space. Libra is Latin for "scales", and the design fittingly features balance scales with the word "Libra" below it. Some Hasbro releases, such as Thunder Libra DF145BS, omit this word and enlarge the scales.

Wheel - Libra

  • Weight: 40.5 grams

Representing the scales, Libra has small intrusions, making little recoil. Due to such little recoil, Libra is a great choice for Defense types. Libra also has some Stamina use, due to being balanced; although it is outclassed. Libra is also the heaviest Pre-HWS Wheel.

Libra with Metal Face was once banned by the WBO because it was dominating the metagame. Takara-Tomys's weight limit was 47g. Some customs exceeded 47g (MF-H Libra R145MB), which it was why it was banned. Recently, Libra has been unbanned because there were now many other Fusion Wheel that exceeded 47g, like Twisted.

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 - Spike

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Main article: Performance Tip - Spike

Spike (S), or Sharp, is a pointed tip that allows for very little friction between the tip and the stadium surface, which helps prevent the loss of spin velocity. However, due to the fine nature of the tip, it has little movement and is easily knocked off balance, and hence is outclassed by alternatives such as Defense (D).

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