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- This is the first Zero-G Bey to include a Metal Stone Face.
- Hasbro has renamed this top "Ninja Salamander" instead of Shinobi Saramanda, for its "Shogun Steel" line as because "Shinobi" is a Japanese name for ninja and as because Salamander makes sense to in the US.
- This is the third Beyblade to use the SW145SD combo, the first being Poison Serpent SW145SD, and second being Nightmare Rex SW145SD.
- In the Zero-G Attack Stadium, in Chrome Up mode, Shinobi Saramanda has an average solo spin time of 1 minute 10 seconds. In Crystal Up mode, it has an average solo spin time of 1 minute. Saramanda Saramanda has an average solo spin time of 1 minute 05 seconds
- In the Super Vortex Stadium, in Chrome Up mode, Shinobi Saramanda has an average solo spin time of 1 minute 15 seconds
- In the Wide Square Stadium, in Chrome Up mode. Shinobi Saramanda has an average solo spin time of 58 seconds
- In the BB-10 stadium, in Chrome Up mode, Shinobi Saramanda has an average solo spin time of 1 minute
Ninja Salamander is based on the mythical creature, the Salamander. The mythical Salamander were amphibians (as are the norm) that of which, were very much in appearance to normal salamanders, yet being associated with fire. With this, they were known as "fire elementals". As such, the Beyblade itself pays homage to the salamander with its Stone Face motif and also with its Warrior Wheel. The Salamander Warrior Wheel features various scales on it, yet salamanders, both real and mythical, do not have scales.
In its Japanese name, "Shinobi" (忍び) is another name for a ninja. Shinobi's were agents or rather, mercenaries from feudal Japan which used warfare, not of the norm. Such as espionage, sabotage, infiltration, and assassination. Their ways of combat were opposite of the samurai, who were strict of honor and combat. This can be seen as a "rivalry" of some sort between the Bey's owners; Zyro Kurogane (Samurai Ifrit W145CF) and Shinobu Hiryūin (Ninja Salamander SW145SD), and possibly the Beys themselves.