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Vulcan Horogium BD145RS is a Defense Type Beyblade that was released in Random Booster Vol. 7 Beat Lynx.

Face Bolt - Tempo

Main article: Face Bolt - Tempo

The Face Bolt depicts "Horologium", one of the 88 constellations in space. Horologium is Latin for "clock". The design features Horologium stylized as a pendulum clock with four clock hands pointing North, South, East, and West with an eye in the center, as well as four other eyes between the hands.

Energy Ring - Tempo

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Main article: Energy Ring - Tempo

Tempo is a circular gear shaped Energy Ring with Roman numerals reminiscent of a clock decorating the circumference. There is a rectangular gap where "III" is supposed to be, and two clock hands causing irregular weight distribution.

A common misconception is the usage of the Roman numeral "IIII" instead of "IV" being an error by Takara Tomy/Hasbro. While the proper Roman numeral for the number 4 is "IV", "IIII" is commonly used on Roman numeral clocks, and hence its usage on the Tempo Energy Ring.

Fusion Wheel - Vulcan

Main article: Fusion Wheel - Vulcan

The Vulcan Fusion Wheel has a total of two semi-circular prominences and two smaller wings painted with two red stripes that give breath to its design. Upon closer inspection, the two prominences have slight slopes that suggest the Fusion Wheel's capability of Upper Attack. Despite the fact that these sloped areas are major contact points, they do not provide Upper Attack; however, they do provide Smash Attack. Between the two prominences are the two smaller wings, which are also major contact points.

Vulcan has fallen into disuse following the introduction of RS and other rubber-based Defense Bottoms, as it has a hard time KOing such bottoms. It is now heavily outclassed by other Fusion Wheels such as Variares and Blitz.

Spin Track - Boost Disk 145

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Main article: Spin Track - Boost Disk 145

Boost Disk 145 (BD145) is meant to interact with the Hades Fusion Wheel, and thus was the widest Spin Track released at the time. Boost Disk 145 features a mode change gimmick, where the disk can be removed and manually flipped to change between "Normal Mode" and "Boost Mode".

In Normal Mode (or "Attack Mode") the disk sits lower on the Spin Track, which often causes stadium floor scrapes due to the three downward facing protrusions. In addition, the gap created between the Fusion Wheel and disk causes poor balance and loss of spin. Boost Mode works exclusively with the Hades Fusion Wheel. The three protrusions, now facing upwards, fill in the gaps between the three blades of the Hades Fusion Wheel, removing any gaps between the Fusion Wheel and the Spin Track. As such, this Boost Mode configuration has found use in Defense and Stamina Type combinations.

Performance Tip - Rubber Spike

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Main article: Performance Tip - Rubber Spike

Rubber Spike is a sharp tip made of rubber. The tip's primary purpose is to counteract Attack customizations: the high friction of the rubber tip, along with the lack of movement due to the sharp tip make it incredibly difficult to move or even knockout. Rubber Spike has similar problems to other sharp tips, that being destabilizing easily. Rubber Spike also suffers from the poor stamina as the tip is made out of rubber, and their tendency to wear down after extensive use.

Rubber Spike also have some difficulties sometimes on outlasting left-spinning customizations. Against right-spin Attack customizations however, despite its poor balance and stamina, it is able to effectively neutralize them.



  • This combo is made of highly competitive parts.
  • This is the first Tempo Bey to include a Face Bolt sticker.