Attack Ring: Eight Spiker
Eight decently exposed and well angled contact points for Left Spin providing Smash Attack and some Spike Attack from the serrations.
Power is somewhat low compared to other competitive Left Spin Smash Attack ARs, however this is offset by low recoil and solid consistency.
Very consistent due to the number of contact points and the fact it doesn't really have any "dead zones" - if it hits, it's generally hitting with a purpose-made contact point.
In addition, the recoil is quite low, adding to the consistency and making it a good choice for SG Metal Flat Base (Gaia Dragoon V Version).
Often considered the benchmark for Left Spin Smash Attack ARs, much like Triple Wing is for Right Spin, however the low power means it sits near the bottom of the top tier of ARs for this type.
Ineffective in Right Spin, having too much recoil and no offensive ability.
Blade Base: RC Flat Base (Left Spin)
Note: This part is not legal under current World Beyblade Organisation rulings.
Remote Control Blade Base with a wide Semi-Flat tip, despite the name.
Interestingly, the tip is wider than RC Flat Base, and generally more stable and, of course, more aggressive.
Only left-spinning RC Blade Base.
Standard movement for a Semi-Flat tip, not overly aggressive, though the Motor gimmick does increase aggression if used.
Tip is spring-mounted, which can wear eventually causing it to retract some. This also causes hopping at times.
Catches the ridge better than RC Flat Base but not as effectively as RC Super Flat Base, and as a result is quite easy to KO even when weak launched. This makes it a poorer overall performer than that Base.
Relatively poor stability but better than other RC Bases barring RC Super Flat Base.
Were it legal, it would be a decent part with defensive ARs or ARs that don't protrude too far, handling some popular combinations quite well (primarily Left-Spin as well as some compacts) but having very poor defense and limited offensive ability due to its height, with the defense in particular making it somewhat of a risky choice.
This version of Dragoon G still retains the best part, a decent Attack Ring, and is arguably more interesting, however is far more rare and doesn't come with the useful Weight Disk. As such, the original is generally preferred but should the Blade Base become legal this RC Version becomes an equally reasonable purchase.