The Bit Protector is constructed entirely of white ABS caul plastic and comes complete with two sticker decor options:
Dragoon Emblem: A circular sticker featuring a stylized tattoo of Dragoon's head with the words "DRAGOON" and "Beyblade Metal System" (in smaller font) italicized in white beneath it, sitting against a red background.
Dragoon: A circular sticker featuring a dynamic, full-colored illustration of the Bit-Beast, Dragoon against a yellow background.
Attack Ring: Metal Spiker
Metal Spiker features a four-wing design--the signature design element of the Dragoon Beyblades. The Cross Wings ABS Caul is the identical to the A-126 Dragoon-Metal Storm's Metal Attacker; however, the "Left Spike" Metal Frame featured some distinctively different design elements. The four 4) dragon heads aside, the metal frame features four (4) attack spikes with light protrusions for increased impact pressure. Performance-wise, the Metal Spiker functions like Metal Attacker, with reliable Smash Attack capability, but the later Beyblade releases have since eclipsed the value of this part with their superior performance levels.
Weight Disk: Circle Wide
Circle Wide is part of the Wide series of Weight Disks and as it's name states, it is wide and shaped like a circle. It is quite smooth, resulting in a perfect circle. As with all Wide Weight Disks, Circle Wide focuses it's weight to the outside. Circle Wide mainly has use in Attack, Endurance, and Zombie customizations, and along with Ten Wide, they are mostly used due to being the heaviest of all Wide Weight Disks, with 14 grams in weight.
Spinning Core: Grip Flat Core
The axis of this RC is a flat tip made of soft red rubber. The material used and its 5mm diameter flat axis gives any Beyblade customization incredible traction and mobility. Easily making it popular choice for most HMS-Attack customizations. But these qualities makes it very difficult to use for even the most skilled and seasoned player.
This Beyblade become one of the first Japanese exclusives, as the American-International company, Hasbro, for purposes unknown, never released this Bey.
In the final episode of Beyblade: G-Revolution, Dragoon MSUV's bit-beast was depicted as winged-version of Dragoon with a fiery aura in Tyson's final battle with Brooklyn. Yet, in Tyson's last match of the series with Kai, Dragoon is seen in its normal state.