Metal Fight Beyblade - Track List

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100 Track
  • Weight: 1.0 grams

100 is currently the third lowest Track available. Its low height allows Attack-based Wheels such as Storm to make good contact with opposing Tracks and Wheels.

Beyblade: Lightning L Drago 100HF, Wind Aquario 100HF/S, Cyber Pegasis 100HF


105 Track
  • Weight: 1.0 grams

105 is the fourth shortest Track and has been released multiple times. Although 90 and 100 have been proven to be better options for most Attack types, 105 is still a decent option if the aforementioned Tracks are unavailable.

Beyblade: Pegasis 105F, Storm Pegasis 105RF, Aquario 105F, L Drago 105F

CH120: Change 120

  • Weight: 2.7 grams

CH120 is unique as it features a height-changing gimmick. The user is allowed a choice of using 120 or 145 as the Track's height. This is done by rotating the bottom portion of the Track and pulling/pushing the central part out/in, and then rotating the bottom portion back to lock the height. Importantly, this can be done between each round of a match, as it does not involve any part-swapping.

The advantages of this Track are plentiful. Its most obvious benefit is allowing the user to change the height of their Beyblade between rounds; this means that the user can adapt their strategy to counter the opponents during a match. CH120 is currently the only Track featuring a 120 height. This height is useful for many Attack types.

Due to its weight in comparison to other 145 Tracks and lack of protrusions likely to produce recoil, CH120 has some uses with regard to Defense customizations.

Beyblade: Dark Cancer CH120SF, Mad Cancer CH120FS


  • Weight: 1.0 grams

The 125 Track is a midway between the 105 and the 145 Tracks. Utilised in mid-height stamina combos, it is more difficult to destablise compared to 145 height stamina combos. It has declined in popularity as the choice mid-height track due to the release of T125 and D125.

Beyblade: Bull 125SF


D125 features 1 circular shield-like circle that goes out of the track body.This shields the lower portion but is prone to breakage because of their thin design and thus should not be chosen over tracks like C145,ED145&WD145. Beyblade:Ray Unicorno D125CS

T125: Tornado 125

  • Weight: 1.7 grams

T125 has four upward-facing wing protrusions spaced apart widely. The Track is designed to work in a similar way to DF145, although the effect it produces is negligible. The performance of this Track is similar to D125, and as a height, is generally overshadowed by CH120.

Beyblade: Flame Libra T125ES, Thermal Pisces T125ES, Rock Escolpio T125JB


  • Weight: 1.5 grams

145 is the highest Track currently available, along with the various other 145-variants (C145, DF145, etc.). It can be used in Stamina customs to great effect due to its tall height, which allows for more wobbling as the Beyblade loses its spin velocity, but that being said, DF145 has this same effect but also the added bonus of its “Down Force” which while negligible, stabilizes the Beyblade it is being used on slightly. 145, being as tall as makes it easily susceptible to low Attackers; however, this should not be seen as a drawback because normally Stamina types are not used against Attack types.

Beyblade: Earth Aquila 145WD, Leone 145D, Rock Leone 145WB, Sagittario 145S

C145: Claw 145

C145 Track
  • Weight: 3.2 grams

C145 has three wings which extend outwards, each separately joined onto the underside of the Track. These are free moving, and hence when the Beyblade is launched, these point outwards due to spin velocity. Their free moving nature make them very effective for defensive purposes, as they are able to withstand low hits to the Track without significant spin loss. Furthermore, the Track is significantly heavier than non-gimmicked Tracks such as 145, providing extra weight essential for Defense. As such, the Track is an essential part for current Defense customizations.

Beyblade: Flame Sagittario C145S

DF145: Down Force 145

  • Weight: 3 grams

DF145 has four upward facing wings protruding from the top of the Track, which aside from giving it extra weight are meant to push air downwards. While the effects of the wings themselves may be negligible, they likely do help stabilize the Beyblade they are being used on to some capacity. This capability makes it quite useful for Stamina customs, where staying balanced and retaining spin is of utmost importance. The wings can also help protect from low, 90 or 100 based Attackers, but to a much lesser extent than something like C145.

Beyblade: Dark Wolf DF145FS, Killer Gemios DF145FS, Virgo DF145BS

ED145: Eternal Defense 145

  • Weight: 3.6 grams

ED145 features three “wings” which rotate around the Track freely. The wings are similar to that of WD145. Because of their free-spinning nature, they can be used in Defense customisations, such as MF Libra ED145WB; however, the defensive capabilities of this part are not as effective as C145, as it does not absorb hits as successfully. The wings which rotate are hindered without the mechanism of a bearing, hence creating a force of friction between the wings and the body of the Track, in turn resulting in less significant damage absorption. Furthermore, it is easy for the low attacker’s Wheel to be caught between the Wheel and ED145, hence causing a lot of recoil and spin reduction to the Defense customization.

Beyblade: Clay Aries ED145B

GB145: Gravity Bowl 145

  • Weight: 4.5 grams

GB145 is a wide, round track featuring two free moving metal balls. These balls move toward the outside of the track while spinning, causing some additional spin retaining force. Weighing in at 4.5 grams, GB145 is currently the second heaviest track available, and as such is extremely useful in Defense customizations. Because it lacks energy-absorbing free spinning wings, it is not as effective as C145 against low attackers such as Quetzalcoatl 90RF. However, the increased weight increases stability, which is very useful in Defense customizations

Beyblade: Earth Virgo GB145BS, Infinity Libra GB145S

H145: Horn 145 (First Mold)

H145 (First Mold)
  • Weight: 4 grams

H145 has two wings with two various protrusions, representing the horns of a Bull surrounding its perimeter. These four points are meant to provide Smash Attack, and they do succeed on some levels. However, because the horns are so pronounced, and because the gaps between the wings are so wide, significant recoil is produced, especially when used in combination with small Metal Wheels that allow the Horns to extend well past the perimeter of the Wheel.

While H145 may not be an entirely noteworthy part as far as competitive customizations go, it is still quite a fun part to play with. You can score many impressive KO's with the recoil it produces in the first few seconds of a battle, but at the same time, this recoil does work against you in some battles, causing a self-KO or if not, a severe loss of Stamina.

Beyblade: Dark Bull H145SD

H145: Horn 145 (Second Mold)

H145 (Second Mold)
  • Weight: 4.3 grams

H145 has two different molds. The first version's wings were not reinforced in anyway, so they were prone to breakages in some cases. The second mold which was brought into production a couple months after it was originally released rectified this problem by reinforcing the wings with a significant amount of plastic between the inside of the wings and the outside of the Track. This increased the weight of the Track to 4.3 grams, only .2 grams lighter than the second heaviest Track, GB145. The increased weight not only reduces breakages, but it also marginally helps reduce the recoil it produces.

Beyblade: Dark Bull H145SD


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