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- 1 Attack Ring (AR): Double Wing
- 2 Weight Disk (WD): Eight Balance
- 3 Spin Gear (SG): Right SG (Free Shaft Version)
- 4 Blade Base (BB): Spiral Change Base
- 5 Other Versions
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Overall
Attack Ring (AR): Double Wing
- Weight: 4 grams
This Attack Ring has two wings on either side that are designed for Smash Attack in left spin. Unfortunately, the Attack Ring is outclassed by others such as Eight Spiker (Dragoon G) and produces too much recoil for competitive use.
Weight Disk (WD): Eight Balance
See Eight Balance
Spin Gear (SG): Right SG (Free Shaft Version)
- Weight: 6 grams
This Spin Gear has casings that hold a metal sharp tip and a metal bearing inside. The casings can also be used to hold Driger F's tip inside and allows the tip to be used in many smash attack customizations.
Use in Smash Attack Customization
- AR: Triple Wing (Trygle)
- WD: Wide Defense
- SG: Right SG (Free Shaft Version)
- SG Shaft: SG (Full Auto Clutch) Shaft (Driger F)
- BB: Defense Grip Base 2 (Wolborg 2)
This customization uses the casings to their fullest. The metal flat tip increases movement. It is best when used with the Sliding Shoot since the the tip makes the Beyblade very hard to control otherwise.
Blade Base (BB): Spiral Change Base
- Weight: 7 grams
This blade base can hold Right SG (Free Shaft Version), as well as un-gimmicked Spin Gears and Neo Spin Gears. When used with Right SG (Free Shaft Version), the bottom of the base can be pushed in and turned before battle to have either a metal sharp tip or plastic flat tip. Spiral Change Base has great life-after-death ability when used in the plastic flat tip mode and can be used instead of a bearing tip and is able to tie or beat one, even when used in the opposite spin direction, though it can be very hard to control and has poor Defense (albeit better than its Endurance Mode), Weak Shooting can aid both significantly, although it is still a risky choice.
Use in Life After Death Customization
This customization uses Spin Stealing combined with Spiral Change Bases unrivalled Life After Death ability to effectively outspin opponents, and is a reliable method for defeating Zombie Customizations. If Right SG (Free Shaft Version) is used, only Attack Mode is viable, due to Survival Mode's extremely poor Defense.
- Dranzer S - Phantom Force Version (Translucent red)
- Dranzer S - Hong Kong H-91 Clear Version (With Red Plated Weight Disk)
- Dranzer S - Black Skeleton Clear Version
- Dranzer S - Fukubako Box 2002 Version (Red)
- Dranzer S - Random Booster S (Metallic red)
- Dranzer S - Tournament Prize (Gold)
- Dranzer S - Tournament Prize (Silver)
- Dranzer S - Tournament Prize (Red-plated)
- Dranzer S - Shogakukan Prize (Blue-plated)
Dranzer S - Original Version
Dranzer S - Clear Version
Dranzer S - Phantom Force
Dranzer S's Spin Gear Casings, as well as its Blade Base are both very useful parts, the latter in particular being useful both for and against Zombie customizations despite its Defensive limitations (which can be partially mitigated with the use of Weak Launch. In addition to this, the fact the Attack Ring, while outclassed, has some use for Smash Attack is a nice bonus as well. All Bladers should own at least one copy of this Beyblade.