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Ultimate Meteo L-Drago Absorb DF105LRF or Meteo L-Drago Absorb Ver. DF105LRF (メテオエルドラゴアブソーブバージョンDF105LRF, Meteo Erudorago Abusōbu Bājon DF105LRF) is an Attack Type Beyblade released by Takara Tomy as part of the Beyblade Ultimate Custom Set L-Drago Ver. set on November 20, 2010. It was released in western countries as a Starter Pack by Hasbro in December 2011.

Face Bolt - L-Drago II[]

Main article: Face Bolt - L-Drago II

The L-Drago II Face Bolt depicts "Draco", one of the 88 constellations in space. The design features a dragon facing the left, similar to its predecessor. However, unlike the L-Drago I Face Bolt, the "L-Drago" text has been replaced with claws.

Energy Ring - L-Drago Absorb[]

Main article: Energy Ring - L-Drago Absorb

L-Drago II (also known as L-Drago Absorb) is the successor to the original L-Drago I Energy Ring, and as such features thee dragon heads. Like the other L-Drago Energy Rings, L-Drago II can switch between two modes by changing the position of the Energy Ring on the Fusion Wheel, in this case, Meteo. These modes are called "Assault Mode" and "Barrage Mode"; Barrage Mode offers more spin-steal capability, while Assault Mode seems to be more aggressive.

Unlike L-Drago I, L-Drago II introduces rubber parts, which gives Meteo L-Drago its gimmick: spin-steal. The added rubber made L-Drago II one of the heaviest Energy Rings at the time of its release. L-Drago II also features patterns on the dragon heads and between gaps, which can added through stickers.

Thanks to the spin-steal capability from L-Drago II, it is able to absorb spin from other opponents and increase it's spin speed, and with this capability from L-Drago II, does not make L-Drago II do well in Attack-Type combinations due to it relying on absorbing the opponent's spin to spin faster. The overall rubber on the edges of the Energy Ring however, makes L-Drago II works best in Stamina-Type combinations, and if paired with a stamina-type tip(s) such as Wide Defense or Eternal Wide Defense, it is able to maintain its stamina for long periods of time, even with just a few hits from the other rotating bey.

Fusion Wheel - Meteo[]

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 - Down Force 105[]

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Main article: Spin Track - Down Force 105

Down Force 105 (DF105) is similar to Down Force 145 and Wing 105, with four wings meant to provide extra weight and push air upwards. However, this effect is negligible, and thus Down Force 105 is outclassed by other Attack Type Spin Tracks like 85.

Performance Tip - Left Rubber Flat[]

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Main article: Performance Tip - Left Rubber Flat

Left Rubber Flat (LRF), as the name suggests, is a left-spin variant of Right Rubber Flat (R2F) and hence an upgraded version of both Rubber Flat (RF) and Left Flat (LF).

Left Rubber Flat features six curves going in a left-ward motion, giving it a star-like shape. This provides the Beyblade with fast and aggressive movement. This is due to the added friction that is created as a result. However there is a downside; despite its fast movement, it has low Stamina, much lower than that of Rubber Flat. When first used, LRF will be too fast and hard to control, so it is recommended that a Blader wears it down with a few practice battles for it to become more controllable.



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