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Storm Pegasus 105RF (ストームペガシス105RF, Sutōmu Pegashisu 105RF) is an Attack Type Beyblade released as part of the Hybrid Wheel System. It was released by Takara Tomy in Japan on March 28th, 2009 for 1260円, and later by Hasbro in 2011 to international audiences. It is the successor of Pegasis 105F and later succeeded by Galaxy Pegasus W105R2F.

Storm Pegasus was regularly featured in the Beyblade: Metal Fusion anime and manga, wielded primarily by Gingka Hagane.

Face Bolt - Pegasus I

Main article: Face Bolt - Pegasus I

The Pegasus I Face Bolt depicts "Pegasus", the magical winged horse that soared into the heavens for the Greek god, Zeus. Pegasus is one of the 88 constellations in space. The design features the head of Pegasus, appearing white with pupil-less eyes, along with its snout. It also shows Pegasus' two ears, with a long mane alongside a shorter one, sprouting from its head in a lightning bolt-like manner. There are also curved details next to the ears, which are outlined. Next to its head are the stylized letters "P" and "S".

The Cyber Pegasus 105F variant has a filled in "P" and "S". The Face Bolt included with the Beyblade Legends release of Storm Pegasus 105RF is printed and features a yellow head instead of white.

Energy Ring - Pegasus I

Main article: Energy Ring - Pegasus I

The first of the "Pegasus" line of Energy Rings, Pegasus I is designed to resemble Pegasus' wings and head. The Energy Ring is constructed of polycarbonate and intended to fit over the Fusion Wheel for weight distribution. Like all the Pegasus Energy Rings, Pegasus I is completely symmetrical.

The stickers differ depending on the release. The original Takara Tomy stickers feature the words "Hybrid" and "Wheel", referencing the Hybrid Wheel System of which Storm Pegasis 105RF is the first of. In Hasbro releases this was changed to lightning bolts instead; the Beyblade Legends release features printed lightning bolts instead of stickers. The Hasbro exclusive Cyber Pegasus 105F features stickers similar to those used on Pegasis 105F. The Cyber Pegasus 100HF version features circuit board-like designs, with the Takara Tomy and Hasbro releases varying in color.

Fusion Wheel - Storm

Main article: Fusion Wheel - Storm

Storm is the first Attack Type Fusion Wheel released in the Hybrid Wheel System. As the successor to the Pegasis Wheel, it features a similar three-winged design, although these wings are flatter compared to Pegasis. Each of the wings have slightly jagged ends, which are used for mediocre Smash Attack. When paired with low Spin Tracks like 90 and 100, Storm was once a top-tier Attack Type part. However, it has since been outclassed by countless other Fusion Wheels, such as Vulcan, Lightning and later Blitz and Flash. In addition, Spiral can be considered the successor to Storm, with a similar shape and superior attack capabilties. There is a mold variation of Storm: some releases feature extra metal on the underside, in the deepest channels parallel to the gaps in the wings.

Spin Track - 105

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

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.

Other Versions


  • Storm Pegasus 105RF- Hasbro Faceoff: Pegasis Tornado Wing
  • Storm Pegasus 105RF- Hasbro: Super Vortex Battle Set (Red Chrome Clear Wheel, Blue Chrome Metal Wheel)




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  • The Takara Tomy Starter release and Hybrid Wheel Battle Set box arts depict the prototype Storm Fusion Wheel, which features a slightly different design from the final product.
  • In the anime it is said this Bey was born from a meteor, and its evil counterpart, Lightning L-Drago 100HF, was born from another.
  • In the anime, Storm Pegasus disappears after Gingka's battle against Ryuga and his Lightning L-Drago. Gingka later replaces Storm Pegasus with Galaxy Pegasus after awakening the latter.
  • In the manga, Storm Pegasus is created after inserting the Face Bolt of Pegasis 105F into Gingka's Training Pegasis 105F, and throwing the combo into a volcano. Storm Pegasus subsequently evolves during Gingka's battle against Ryuga into Galaxy Pegasus, defeating Lightning L-Drago.
  • Series creator Takafumi Adachi was given an early production sample in June 2008, the year before its release, as reference material for drawing his manga.[1]
  • Along with Lightning L-Drago, this Bey appears in chapter 2 of Uma Musume: Pispis Spispis Gorshi-Chan, a CoroCoro magazine series.