The Face Bolt depicts "Horologium", one of the 88 constellations in space. Horologium is Latin for "clock" and is represented as a pendulum clock. The design features Horologium designed as a clock with four clock hands pointing North, South, East, and West with an eye in the center, as well as four other eyes between the hands. It resembles a Romanian clock. The design is black and is printed on a clear face Bolt.
Energy Ring: Tempo/Horogium
Tempo is a circular Energy Ring designed to look like a clock. It uses a gear-like shape around it and features Roman numerals around the Ring along with two clock hands. The numerals are as follows, I, II, IIII, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, and XII. III is not present due; instead it is replaced by a small square-like hole.
Because of the hole as well as the clock hands, this causes Tempo to have an irregular type of weight distribution; making it terrible for Defense and Stamina customs, unless it is used with Basalt/Twisted. Tempo does have use in Attack though, specifically for Spiral. If Pisces is not present, Tempo can be made a substitute to reveal Spiral's main contact points.
Overall, besides Tempo being advertised as a bad Wheel, because it isn't. In fact, Tempo should never be replaced because of it's variety (with Twisted/Basalt), only if you must put it on Spiral. It is a light grey in color.
Fusion Wheel: Twisted/Basalt
Twisted is a thick, completely circular Wheel with six sections around it; each section containing six straight ridges. This shows that the wheel has amazing defenses quality but lacks in elemenst such as attack. Twisted also features 60 small spiked ridges lining around the Wheel at an edge at it's top. Inside Twisted, reveals to show a layer of even more ridges going in a circular motion. However, one noticeable thing about Twisted, is that it's inner layer of ridges, are not complete; it collapses to the bottom of Twisted to lose a chunk of metal. This is referred to as "the Spiral Staircase of Death". It is called this due to the ridges' resemblance to staircases, as well as how the gap causes Twisted to become imbalanced, this problem could be supported by a Metal Face Bolt to ensure balance. The staircase was intentional so that Twisted would not be unbeatable and/or invincible. As in performance, Twisted has been called "the King of Defense". Due to it's very heavy weight; which has made it the heaviest Wheel in the metagame until Diablo Nemesis X:D's release. Also because of it's ridges, which are designed to deplete the opposing Bey's spin completely. It also uses the opposing Beyblade's recoil against it, scoring KO's and grinding out opponents.
Twisted's only downside is it's imbalance created by the Spiral Staircase of Death. This causes Twisted to rock back and forth, somewhat like that of a pendulum. This does not hinder it to a great extent though but it does cause recoil too. Other than this, Twisted is a great Fusion Wheel for Defense especially when used with a Metal Face Bolt.
Twisted has been to known to have great use for Stamina too. Although Twisted has a terrible Solo Spin time, it makes up for it due to it's round shape which absorbs impact and creates excellent Defense from attackers. Overall, Twisted is one of the most powerful Fusion Wheels to date. Although it's imbalance is a problem, it still ranks amongst the best Defense Type Wheels such as Libra, Death, Diablo, Earth, Hades/Hell in boost mode, and Duo, and is the 2nd heaviest Fusion Wheel to date, with Diablo being the heaviest.
Twisted Anything WA130WB - Defense (If WB is not available, use XF) (This bey was made with Hasbro parts)
-Twisted Tempo/Bull/Cetus/Aquario/Pegasus 85WD/EWD/SD/D/PD/RS/WB(Balance between stamina and attack)
-MF-H Twisted Kerbecs BD145MB/CS/RB
-MF Twisted Diablo Tempo X:D (illegal combo, so-called best combo in existance)
Spin Track: 145
145 is outclassed in every subject and is a mediocre Track. As it used to be the tallest track, ever since 230 came out, it has declined in popularity. It is used in some Stamina (as well as most Defense) customs to great effect due to its tall height, which allows for more wobbling as the Beyblade loses its spin speed especially when used with WD/EWD; However, it is vulnerable to attack type beys with low spin tracks. It is good for a wide range of Attack, Defense, Stamina and Balance Combos. This bey comes with a transparent 145 Track and a clear WD Tip.
Performance Tip: Wide Defense
Wide Defense (WD), as it's name implies, is the widest of the Defense series of Performance Tips (D, SD, PD). When compared to D, is still contains the gear-like shape and is of course wider with the Sharp tip wider and taller as well. WD also retains the two curved holes D contained but are now thinner, smaller and found on the Sharp tip.
Being wider brings advantages and disadvantages to WD. An advantage is being able to conserve better Stamina than D and SD, due to the more surface area as well as being able to spin at a lower spin-rate that that of D or SD which cannot. A disadvantage however, is that it's worse at regaining balance than D. The wide shape gives WD a harder time to regain it's balance whereas, D does it much easier. This can be terrible, when faced with an Attack-Type. Although, this should not be kept as a worry as it can be an advantage. This should take into consideration when using a Spin Track such as 230 or TH170. D would be a better choice than WD as it would regain balance much easier to help cope with 230. However, while D can regain balance better, it cannot maintain it as well as WD, especially with heights of 170 and above.
At release, WD has found quick use as a Stamina-Type Tip, much better than D and has become top-tier. Despite this however, as many more Performance Tips like AS, EWD, and B:D were released; they have overshadowed WD. EWD has also overshadowed WD due to EWD's bearing to regain balance better and much better Stamina. W²D performs basically the same as WD though but with worse balance but better attack.
Despite all of this, WD is still a great Performance Tip for Stamina despite its many releases. Just like the rest of the D series, WD has use in Stamina. So in all in all, even though WD may not be the best Stamina-Type Tip, it still has use in the metagame and most importantly, is still, a great Stamina/Defense-Type Performance Tip. It is translucent in colour.
WD works wonders with spin stealing beys. Most of them think Earth is a spin steal survivor, but it works only with Earth Eagle 145WD, and not Earth Virgo GB145 BS . It is only because of WD's wobbling ability. However, the 4D Performance Tip, B:D (Bearing Drive), is recommended because of better stamina, defense, and balance.
Some Bladers experience a fast movement from WD, allowing the bey to dodge attackers, attack, or weaken the impact when hit by another bey. With this Performace Tip it moves in a slow movement and doesn't get hit around the stadium as much. It is clear in colour.
The Tempo/Horogium Energy Ring has a mistake. the Roman Numeral 4 is IIII instead of IV, though this must be done purposely due to the other numerals are done correctly.
Twisted is one of the two Fusion Wheels with a irregular gap inside. The second is Duo's Core.
Tempo seems to a part of a set of beyblades that are technology based and have no beast, others would be Byxis, Lyra and Libra .
Twisted Tempo is the second heaviest Beyblade in the Anime, with the first being Diablo Nemesis.
Twisted Tempo is the only non 4D Beyblade without stickers. Even it's Hasbro Ripcord Launcher is printed on.
This is the second time 145WD have been sold together. The first time was with Earth Eagle/Aquila 145WD, the third is with Dark Poseidon 145WD, the fourth is with Rock Aries 145WD and the fifth is Kreis Cygnus 145WD.
SonoKong's Tempo Face Bolt appears darker than Hasbro's.
The "Twisted" in Twisted Tempo may be a reference to the Spiral Staircase of Death in the Twisted Fusion Wheel.
Tempo is Italian and Portuguese for the word "time". Time means in Latin "Tempus".
Twisted Tempo Is the second beyblade in the Metal Saga to be referred to as a "Forbidden Beyblade", the first being Lightning L-Drago 100HF.
Twisted, along side the Spiral Stair Case, has a slight abnormal bump along one of the sides of Twisted wheel. This may make the bey even more unbalanced.
Twisted Metal Wheel has a few Variations and molds each have different weights.
Hasbro's Twisted Tempo is heavier than Sonokong's and Takara Tomy's Twisted Tempo.
The Weights of the different Twisted/Basalt Fusion Wheels:
Hasbro Twisted - 47.0 grams
Sonokong Basalt - 47.44 grams
Takara Tomy Basalt - 47.48 grams
Its Performance Tip, WD, is one of the most used tips in all the Metal Saga, being used 10 times. It has been used by Earth Aquila, Gravity Destroyer, Flame Byxis, Twisted Tempo, Beat Lynx, Duo Uranus, Flash Sagittario, Kreis Cygnus, Burn Wolf, and Dark Poseidon.
Dr. Ziggurat created Twisted Tempo in Big Bang Bladers to power the Spiral Force, thinking it can spin without stopping, due to fact it was created with the data from Gingka and Ryuga's beys.
A green recolour of Twisted Tempo was released with Cyber Aquario 105RF and Flame Serpent SW145F.
Twisted Tempo is the best Beyblade of the world accourding to Ziggurat, but the bey never won.
This Beyblade has no attack power according Beyblade Battles.com.
Twisted Tempo will got also released in the Beyblade Legends toyline.
This beyblade is really inspired with Indonesian world heritage site, Gadang Clock, that appear in Bukittinggi, West Sumatra, Indonesia; due in the fact that Roman numeral for "4" is not written "IV", but "IIII"