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The Spin Gear System (スピンギアシステム Supin Gia Shisutemu) is the second Beyblade System to be implemented, starting from July 2000. It succeeded the Initial System (First Generation) and has been succeeded by the Magnacore System.

Information

Also referred to as the SG System. The adoption of Spin Gears gave Beyblades greater spinning power and made left rotation possible (Left Spin Gears). Furthermore, the addition of spin gears with gimmicks increased the range of strategic possibilities. The Four-Layer Structure has evolved into the Five-Layer Structure. Screwdrivers were no longer required for the assembly of these Beyblades.

All Beyblades released after December 2000 were assigned a serial number with this format: A - 000.

Hidden Spirits Series

See here for more information.

Bearing Gyros Series

See here for more information.

Structure

Known as the Five-Layer Structure, Spin Gear System Beyblades consist of five basic parts:

Bit Chips (BC)

A Bit Chip (ビットチップ Bitto Chippu) is a circular part held in place by the Attack Ring. While Bit Chips were optional for the most part, it would usually come with decals that could be placed on it of it for aesthetic purposes. These stickers would usually portray a Bit-Beast from the Anime. Since Bit-Chips were short in length in their early stages, old Chips will not fit without Bit-Chip Covers.

Bit Chip Covers

Bit Chip Covers (ビットチップカバー Bitto Chippu Kabā) were initially attached to all Beyblades released under the Initial System (First Generation) and their purpose was to protect Bit-Chips from damage. However, as Bit-Chip Covers would frequently fall out in battle, Bit-Chips were lengthened during the implementation of the Spin Gear System. Bit-Chip Covers became obsolete as they became difficult to disengage with the new Bit-Chips. In addition to this, old Beyblades with Bit-Chip Covers, such as Master Dranzer, have now been changed to include the longer Bit-Chips in Japan.

Attack Rings (AR)

Attack Rings (アタックリング Atakku Ringu) provide the Beyblade with it's main contact points and determine it's attack strength and effects. It is often the part that makes contact with opposing Beyblades first hence it's name. Attack Rings are decorated with various spikes and protrusions that accentuate its Type characteristics: Attack, Defense, Stamina etc.

Sub-Attack Rings

A Sub-Attack Ring, or Secondary Attack Ring (二重アタックリング Nijū Atakkuringu) is compatible with Beyblades that do not have a fixed Attack Ring, such as Galeon Attacker. It is not compatible with Beyblades like Dragoon F, which has a fixed Attacked Ring. It can also be attached to Gabriel's Blade Base. Since it is not fixed, it can spin freely and has the effect of absorbing blows and eluding opponents' attacks. Any part capable of fitting a Sub-Attack Ring cannot be used without one.

Weight Disks (WD)

Weight Disks (ウエイトディスク Ueito Disuku) determine the weight and stabilises a Beyblade. Those with a large diameter can be used for attacking. The Weight Disk was the only metal part of the Beyblade, being made out of iron.

Blade Bases (BB)

Blade Bases (ブレードベース Burēdo Bēsu) contain the axis of a Beyblade. This part roughly determines the overall Type, spin and movement of a Beyblade and provides them with traction. Prior to the implementation of the Spin Gear System, the Blade Base and Spin Gear were one in the same and could only spin right. Some were directly connected to the axis (Blade Tip). It should be noted that, while Initial System (First Generation) Blade Bases are somewhat compatible with this system, these Beyblades would be considered imperfect or incomplete.

Spin Gears (SG)

Spin Gears (スピンギア Supin Gia) are a small gear-like parts that determine the rotation direction of the Beyblade, either Right-Spin (clockwise) or Left-Spin (counter-clockwise).

Standard Spin Gears

Standard Spin Gears have plastic casing surrounding a metal ring and gear which is placed into the Blade Base and held in place by base clips. The core (centre pieces) is not interchangeable in Standard Spin Gears. Different variations have now been released that feature weights, bearings and even an engine inside the Spin Gear.

  • Right Spin Gears (レライトピンギア Raito Supingia) allow for right spin when used in tandem with Right-Spin Shooters. In a Right-Spin Spin Gear, two tabs (situated close to the right sides of the Spin Gear) would attach to the Right-Spin Shooter, allowing a Beyblade to be spun clockwise.
  • Left Spin Gears (レフトスピンギア Refuto Supingia) allow for left spin when used in tandem with Left-Spin Shooters. Left-Spin Spin Gears are similar in design to Right-Spin Spin Gears, the only difference being that the tabs on a Left-Spin Spin Gear are situated on the opposite side of the Right-Spin Spin Gears tabs. This allows Left-Spin Shooters to be used with these gears. Additionally, the Left-Spin tabs extend out further than the Right-Spin tabs, meaning that Right-Spin Shooter cannot be used with Left-Spin Spin Gears and vice-versa.

Gimmick Spin Gears

Gimmick Spin Gears (ギミックのトピンギア Gimikku no Supin Gia) are Spin Gears with certain mechanisms that make them stand out from Standard Spin Gears.

Beyblades

Product ID Name Classification Type Takara Release Date Hasbro Release Date
34 Dragoon S
Dragoon S (Storm)
ドラグーンS(ストーム)
Starter
スターター
Attack July 2000
35 Driger S
Driger S (Slash)
ドライガーS(スラッシュ)
Starter
スターター
July 2000
36 Shadow Driger
Death Driger
デスドライガー
Booster
ブースター
July 2000
39 Knight Dranzer
Night Dranzer
ナイトドランザー
Booster
ブースター
July 2000
40 Metal Draciel
Metal Draciel
メタルドラシエル
Starter
スターター
July 2000
47 Kid Dragoon
Kids Dragoon
キッズドラグーン
Starter
スターター
November 2000
48 Kid Draciel
Kids Draciel
キッズドラシエル
Booster
ブースター
November 2000
A-1 (Anime Version) Dragoon S (Anime Version)
Dragoon S (Storm)
ドラグーンS(ストーム)
Starter
スターター
December 2000
A-2 Dranzer S
Dranzer S (Spiral)
ドランザーS(スパイラル)
Starter
スターター
December 2000
A-3 Galeon Attacker
Galeon
ガルオン
Starter
スターター
December 2000
A-6 Magical Stander
Magical Stander
マジカルスタンダー
Booster
ブースター
December 2000
A-7 Magical Balancer
Magical Balancer
マジカルバランサー
Booster
ブースター
December 2000
A-8 Magical Layer
Magical Layer
マジカルレイヤー
Booster
ブースター
December 2000
A-9 Galzzly
Galzzly
ガルズリー
Booster
ブースター
January 2001
A-10 Galman
Galman
ガルマーン
Booster
ブースター
January 2001
A-11 Wolborg
Wolborg
ウルボーグ
Booster
ブースター
February 2001
A-12 Seaborg
Seaborg
シーボーグ
Booster
ブースター
February 2001
A-14 Draciel S
Draciel S (Shield)
ドラシエルS(シールド)
Starter
スターター
March 2001
A-17 Trygle
Trygle
トライグル
Starter
スターター
April 2001
A-18 Trypio
Trypio
トライピオ
Booster
ブースター
April 2001
A-24 Driger F
Driger F (Fang)
ドライガーF(ファング)
Starter
スターター
May 2001
A-25 Dragoon F
Dragoon F (Fantom)
ドラグーンF(ファントム)
Starter
スターター
June 2001
A-27 Dranzer F
Dranzer F (Flame)
ドランザーF(フレイム)
Starter
スターター
July 2001
A-28 Griffolyon
Griffolyon
グリフォリオン
Booster
ブースター
July 2001
A-31 Master Dragoon
Master Dragoon
マスタードラグーン
Booster
ブースター
July 2001
A-32 Master Dranzer
Master Dranzer
マスタードランザー
Booster
ブースター
July 2001
A-33 Master Draciel
Master Draciel
マスタードラシエル
Booster
ブースター
July 2001
A-34 Salamalyon
Salamalyon
サラマリオン
Booster
ブースター
August 2001
A-35 Draciel F
Draciel F (Fortress)
ドラシエルF(フォートレス)
Starter
スターター
September 2001
SP Gaia Dragoon
Gaia Dragoon
ガイアドラグーン
CoroCoro Comic Limited
コロコロコミック限定
September 2001
A-36 Wyborg
Wyborg
ワイボーグ
Starter
スターター
October 2001
A-37 Master Driger
Master Driger
マスタードライガー
Booster
ブースター
October 2001
A-38 Black Dranzer
Black Dranzer
ブラックドランザー
BeyStadium Set
ベイスタジアムセット
October 2001
A-39 Wolborg 2
Wolborg 2
ウルボーグ2
Booster
ブースター
November 2001
A-40 Seaborg 2
Seaborg 2
シーボーグ2
Booster
ブースター
November 2001
A-110 BBA Attacker
BBA Atakkā
BBAアタッカー
Starter
スターター
May 2003
A-111 BBA Balancer
BBA Baransā
BBAバランサー
Starter
スターター
May 2003
A-114 BBA Defenser
BBA Difensā
BBAディフェンサー
Starter
スターター
June 2003
A-122 BBA Survivor
BBA Sabaibā
BBAサバイバー
Starter
スターター
July 2003

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