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Wyvern DJ (ワイバーンDJ, Waibaan DJ) is an Attack-Type Beyblade released as part of the Heavy Metal System. It was first released in Japan in the A-130 HMS Twin Battle Bey Double Shooter Set for 4179¥.

Bit Protector (BP): Wyvern Emblem

Main article: Bit Protector - Wyvern Emblem

Bit Protector (BP): Wyvern Emblem

Attack Ring (AR): DJ Spiker

Main article: Attack Ring - DJ Spiker
  • Weight: 18 grams

From a design perspective, DJ Spiker is quite unique; the letters “D” and “J” have been integrated into the design of the AR. The “J”'s on the Metal Frame provide most of the offense from this AR, with a small slope accompanied by three overlaid small notches that end in a blunt edge giving it Smash, Spike, and even a little Upper Attack in right-spin. Additionally, there are three plastic notches on the “D”'s of the AR that further its Spike Attack capabilities; these are quickly flattened by regular use however.

DJ Spiker has been outclassed over time by ARs such as Jiraiya MS's Jiraiya Blade, and Slash Riger MS's Slash Upper, so it has fallen out of use.

Use in Smash Attack Customization

DJ Spiker was once one of the best Smash Attack ARs available, but has since been outclassed. It can still be used to some degree of effectiveness however, if no better options are available.

  • AR: DJ Spiker (Wyvern DJ)
  • WD: Circle Wide
  • RC: Metal Weight Grip Core (Dragoon MF)

Weight Disk (WD): Circle Balance

Main article: Weight Disk - Circle Balance
  • Weight: 15.13 grams

Circle Balance is one of the three original HMS Weight Disks. It stands between Circle Heavy and Circle Wide, being wider and lighter than the former, but more compact and heavier than the latter. While this makes it a quite versatile Weight Disk, capable of anything, the lack of focus renders it average at everything. As a multi-purpose Weight Disk, it is outclassed by CWD Defense Ring (Sea Dragon) and should only be used if nothing else is available.

Weight Disk (WD): CWD Free Saucer (Included in RBA1 Secret Green Version)

Main article: Weight Disk - CWD Free Saucer

Weight Disk - CWD Free Saucer

Running Core (RC): Metal Sharp Core

Main article: Running Core - Metal Sharp Core
  • Weight: 4 grams

Metal Sharp Core features a metal tip, as its name suggests, with a pointed tip. This allows the Beyblade to stay in the centre of the Stadium, with very little or no movement. Metal Sharp is primarily a Survival RC, although it is often overlooked in favour of Wolborg MS's Bearing Core. Initially released with Wyvern DJ, it was seen as a high RPM improvement over Sharp Core, due to its metal tip, therefore preventing high friction. The metal material also increases durability, while its tip shape also helped to alleviate the balance problem of Sharp Core. Metal Sharp Core has good survival due to the lack of friction between the tip and the Stadium floor, and is relatively good at retaining its balance.

Use in Survival Customization

Due to the survival Metal Sharp Core can achieve, it is often seen as a good alternative to Bearing Core and Bearing Core 2:

  • AR: Advance Balancer (Advance Averazer)
  • WD: Circle Wide
  • RC: Metal Sharp Core

Other Versions

  • Wyvern DJ - HMS Random Booster ACT 1 Secret Version (Green)
  • Wyvern DJ - Tournament Limited (Blue)
  • Wyvern DJ - Animation Project Special 2001-2003 [Limited to 400, among Takara staff] (Gold-plated)
  • Wyvern DJ - (Bronze)
  • Wyvern DJ - (Gold)
  • Wyvern DJ - (Red)
  • Wyvern DJ - (Silver)
  • Wyvern DJ - (Yellow)


Wyvern DJ - Tournament Limited Version (Blue)

Wyvern DJ - Animation Project Special 2001-2003 Gold Version


None of Wyvern DJ's parts are inherently bad, but they all were outclassed by newer releases. There is almost no reason to purchase Wyvern DJ at this point.