The Face Bolt depicts "Leo Minor", one of the 88 constellations in space. It is a little bit the same as Rock Leone, but unlike the previous Leone motif, the words LEO are removed and are replaced by Leo's paw with a white star on it. Leo also appears to be looking upwards and is roaring as well. The Hasbro version is completely green, and printed face.
Energy Ring: Leone II
Leone II resembles the original Leone Energy Ring with armor-like designs surrounding it. However, there is a trapezium-like design with squares and a screw-like design on top of it and the Energy Ring appears to be slightly more sturdier and bulkier. It is considered a 4D Energy Ring, due to the fact it has metal fillings inside. However, despite the metal fillings, it still weighs exactly the same as the previous Leone Energy Ring, thus its performance is exactly the same. It is green in color.
Fusion Wheel: Fang
The Fang Fusion Wheel consists of six protrusions which have alternate widths; one being wide and the other being short. This design resembles Fang's predecessors, Leone and Rock. Since Fang has high recoil in both modes, it has little use in Defense customisations. This is countered by its prominent Attack power from its shape and its considerable weight. Fang Leone has two modes, Defense Mode and Counter Mode. Fang can switch between these two simply by flipping the Fang Metal Frame over. In Defense Mode, the hollow side of the Metal Frame faces downwards and is not visible from above. In Counter Mode, the hollow side faces up. Out of the two, Counter Mode is the most useful since it allows Smash Attack.
Spin Track: 130
130 is Spin Track of high height. The only other tracks with a height of 130 are Shield 130 (S130) and Wing Attack 130 (WA130). It is pearl white in color. It is reasonable for Attack customizations, but outclassed by lower spin tracks like CH120 and 85.
Performance Tip: Wave Wide Defense (W²D)
Wave Wide Defense is an upgrade more advanced version of Wide Defense (WD). It has a flat surface and a spike at the center. Despite being an upgrade, it has far worse Balance than WD. However, the beyblade can use the flat surface to counter-attack. After some time, the spike will wear out, thus making the tip a lot more aggressive. This tip is very good in Balance type customisations for its Defense and Stamina. However, it wears down fairly quickly and becomes too aggressive for it's own good. It is pearl white in color.
The Hasbro version can't change modes, and has a slightly different colored Energy Ring.
The Fang Leone motif is on the Beyblade XTS Graffiti Den Stadium. This is strange, since the stadium made it's debut in the Metal Masters toyline by Hasbro.
Fang Leone is the first 4D Beyblade that does not have a 4D Bottom.
The Hasbro version of Fang weighs 10 grams less than the Takara-Tomy version. This is due to Hasbro fusing the Metal Frame and Core together and hollowing it out.
It is possible to put Cosmic Pegasus' metal frame under Fang's core, along with a S130 to hold it up, to create a really heavy and powerful bey that provides upper and smash attack. However, this is illegal.
If you put Tempo's energy ring over it, it will look just like Diablo Nemesis while spinning.
Hasbro has released the Hyperblade version of Fang Leone. It has no stickers though which is typical of Hasbro.