The Metal Stone Face depicts the mythical salamander. The design has a cartoonish depiction of the salamander, with its head grinning and glaring to the right, with fiery eyes. It shows its lizard-like body ending in its tail curving behind it. The salamander has small arms and legs, with fire-like details; while the salamander itself is engulfed in flames.
Warrior Wheel: Saramanda
Saramanda has a silver body that is appears quite large, thick, and detailed. There are designs of scales all around the Chrome Wheel; the scales of which give the Wheel a reptillian-like appearance and feel. There is also a design of a mythical salamander's neck, connecting two heads of the salamander. The salamander heads feature snouts with a beak-like jaws and a design protruding from the back of their heads. While what can also be seen, is the salamander's tail which goes over Saramanda on its exterior. The tail is quite reptilian as well, featuring various scales and spikes on it and such. One last detail of Saramanda is that various fire details can be seen at the the lower part of this Chrome Wheel. This Chrome Wheel has high Attack power. It looks similar to the L-Drago Destroy wheel.
Element Wheel: Thief
Thief is made-up of three right-sided "wings" with which, are built of feathers of a phoenix. There are three wings on each side, all long and thin. The wings also vary in size and give Thief a somewhat of an erratic design. Lastly, Thief carries the fire symbol on the top part of the wheel.
Spin Track: Free 230 (F230)
As hinted by the name, Free 230 is a gimmick that caused the entire top of the beyblade to spin freely. This Track's gimmick is that it is seemingly completely free-spinning. It is implied that it can make the Chrome Wheel it is attached to rotate in the opposite direction to the one it was launched in, simply after a hit with another Beyblade of the same original spin. However, in practice this would both be impossible, and, due to the fact the Beyblade would momentarily be stationary as it changed directions, result in an automatic loss. F230's core section is larger than regular tracks such as 145 and 230 to accommodate the free-spinning mechanism, while the end of the Track bears a much larger version of the irregular structure used for the base of most Bottoms. As a short Beyblade hits the spin track, it will not be affected as the spin track and performance tip will stop causing the upper half to continue to spin. Although it is not recommended with the sharp series due to it's free spinning ability. It is similar to B:D.
Performance Tip: Semi Flat (SF)
SF is wider than Sharp but not as wide as any Flat Bottom. It produces a movement pattern that, while it is aggressive, is much slower than any Flat Bottom. The increased friction with the stadium floor due to the wider tip both increases its Defense and Stamina in comparison to a bottom similar to S or ES. However, it is in absolutely no competition with bottoms similar to WD for Stamina or RS for Defense. Semi-Flat is meant to be used in Balance type Beyblades, as it combines aspects of Attack, Defense and Stamina. Bull is the first Bey to use this performance tip. Big Bang Pegasus F:D's Final Drive 4D bottom uses this tip. This tip can be replaced with Ray Gil's performance tip.