RC Beyblade Dranzer V2
Attack Ring: Cross Dranzer
Decent all-around AR, with some recoil, but also some Smash and Upper Attack/Upward Smash, and a decent weight distribution for Survival.
Greatest use for the part is in Spin-Stealing Attack combinations. While it lacks the low reach and aggression required to effectively knock out opponents that may outspin it, it does have better LAD than overhanging options due to it not interfering with precession. However, it is thoroughly outclassed in this regard by Gyro Defense, and is generally not powerful enough offensively to be a top-tier choice.
Identical performance in Left- and Right Spin.
Blade Base: RC Flat Base
Note: This part is not legal under current World Beyblade Organisation rulings.
Remote Control Blade Base with a Semi-Flat tip (despite the name).
Right Spin (even on RC Beyblade Dragoon V2).
Standard movement for a Semi-Flat tip, not overly aggressive, though traction from the RC Motor assists.
Tip is spring-mounted, which can wear eventually causing it to retract some. This also causes hopping at times.
Spring mounted tip skips the Tornado Ridge easily.
While very easily KOd, it has some chance against popular combinations such as Circle Survivor Defense if it manages to stay stable and Driger V2 Combos if it manages to avoid KO, however it is heavily outclassed by RC Super Flat Base, which doesn't suffer from the same poor stability and thus is a more reliable choice.
If it were legal without the RC Gimmick, it would be usable but generally not a very good part.
With a fairly average Attack Ring and none of the useful parts of the original Dranzer V2, this Beyblade is only worth purchasing for collection reasons.