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Meteo L-Drago Rush 85LF is an Attack Type Beyblade released by Takara Tomy in Random Booster Vol. 9 Fusion Hades on December 28, 2011.

Face Bolt - L-Drago III[]

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Main article: Face Bolt - L-Drago III

The L-Drago III Face Bolt depicts "Draco", one of the 88 constellations in space. The design features a dragon facing to the left.

The Metal Face Bolt version released with L-Drago Destroy DF105LRF, titled Metal Face L-Drago Ver., features a Chinese dragon head design, facing downwards. This version is the second heaviest Face Bolt in the Metal Saga toyline, after Metal Face Heavy (MF-H).

Energy Ring - L-Drago Rush[]

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Main article: Energy Ring - L-Drago Rush

Like L-Drago II, the L-Drago Rush Energy Ring can switch between two modes by changing the position of the Energy Ring on the Fusion Wheel, in this case, Meteo. Like L-Drago II, these modes are "Assault Mode" and "Barrage Mode"; however, as L-Drago Rush lacks the rubber and thus the spin-steal capability of L-Drago II, the differences between these two modes are barely noticeable.

Fusion Wheel - Meteo[]

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Main article: Fusion Wheel - Meteo

Meteo features six protrusions of an alternating pattern between "jaws" and "claws". It is a small Fusion Wheel, as most of the contact points include the rubber from L-Drago II for spin steal. The jaw protrusion is smooth, while the claw protrusion is rugged. Meteo is meant to solely interact with L-Drago II and its variants (Assault and Rush) and cannot be used with other Energy Rings. L-Drago II can be placed in two different positions on top of Meteo to switch between modes: Assault Mode, where L-Drago II's dragon heads cover the claws, and Barrage Mode, where the heads cover the jaws.

Spin Track - 85[]

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Main article: Spin Track - 85

85 is the lowest Spin Track available and thus, the best Spin Track for low attackers due to its Attack and Stamina capabilities. However, 85's low height causes it to scrape the stadium floor when it begins to lose spin. Due to this, some prefer to use 90 over 85. However, if placed with tall Performance Tips, like Rubber Flat (RF), 85 can avoid floor scrapes as much as possible. Although 85 can be countered with Spin Tracks like TH170 and 230, it still remains an excellent Spin Track for Attack Type customizations. However, low-attacker Spin Tracks like 85 and 90 have fallen into disuse with the release of Flame Byxis 230WD and Hades Kerbecs BD145DS, as their Spin Tracks are immune to low attackers.

Performance Tip - Left Flat[]

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Main article: Performance Tip - Left Flat

Left Flat (LF) is a mirrored non-rubber version of Right Rubber Flat (R2F). Like Right Rubber Flat, Left Flat features six curves forming a star-like shape, but going in a left-ward counter-clockwise motion. Due to its orientation, Left Flat is ideal for use in left-spinning Beyblades only. It also makes aggressive movements due to the star-shape, making it difficult to control.

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Trivia[]

  • This Beyblade uses the L-Drago III Face Bolt instead of the L-Drago II Face Bolt.
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