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Arena War description.

The Western Motorcycle Company Future Shock Deathbike is a custom motorcycle featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Arena War update.


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The vehicle is seemingly based on the 2018 Indian Scout Bobber, but with a heavily-customized appearance.

The vehicle assumes an entirely unique appearance in comparison to the Gargoyle or its Apocalypse and Nightmare equivalents, using enclosing mudguards with glowing details in a similar manner to the Shotaro, as well as a rounded fairing with a single headlight and spiked details around it.

The main body features a similar radiator cover and various panellings around the engine bay, while the fuel tank is slightly smaller and has crystalline screen-like parts on the upper section and the sides. The seat is mounted over a structure that forms a loop bar on the rear end, while two discreet exhaust pipes are seen below the engine bay.

The rear section consist of another enclosed wheel with similar details to the front one, connected to the main body by a dual-sided swingarm and supported by two suspension springs. Below the loop bar, there is a modern tail light cluster that consist of a single diamond-shaped central light and dual arrow-shaped LED ones on the outer sides.

The primary color of the vehicle is applied on most of the vehicle's parts, while the secondary color is applied on the details of the vehicle, the front radiator cover and the rear loop bar. The glowing details seen on the mudguards, on the fairing, around the engine bay and on the handlebar grips are actually determined by the "Neon Kit" options, which is set to "Golden Shower" upon conversion. Like the Shotaro, the glowing details are more visible at night or in dark areas. When the bike moves, dark lines can be seen moving under the glowing neon color over each mudguard, creating a pulsing effect that increases in speed with the bike's acceleration.

The vehicle can be equipped with two side-mounted laser/plasma gatling guns that resemble GAU-17/A miniguns.

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The Deathbike is similar to the Gargoyle in terms of handling, but has possibly the highest top speed of all land vehicles at a recorded 150 mph. The upgrades makes it an excellent choice for hits & runs. With the exception of the Future Shock Deathbike's new weapons and the lack of ability to burst its tires[2], the bike's performance remains identical to the Apocalypse Deathbike and Nightmare Deathbike. The bike appears to use a box-shaped, futuristic-like engine, coupled to a 4-speed gearbox. Its engine sound is the same as the Gargoyle and the other two Deathbike variants. However, the Future Shock Deathbike has an added "electrical" synth buzz, similar in tone to the Shotaro.

Players should be careful when the blades are equipped, since that, when taking a turn, any curbs or bumps in the way can hit the blades and may cause the rider to crash, as well as making the vehicle nearly as wide as the Chimera. Additionally, players need to be extra careful when driving this bike around Arena War events such as Carnage and Wreck It; if they fall off the bike as a result of an awkward landing or being caught in an explosion, it will count as the player being wasted.

  • The vehicle can be installed with "Jump" mods. The Jump modifications come in three levels of effectiveness and can be activated using the horn button. When activated, the vehicle will be launched into the air, in a similar way to the Ruiner 2000 and Scramjet.
  • The vehicle can be installed with Boost upgrades. This can be used to significantly speed up the vehicle. It can be used repeatedly while driving the vehicle, but it is better to let it fully recharge for maximum efficiency.

The Deathbike is able to take a single explosive without being destroyed. However, the rider is still vulnerable to gunfire. Armor with Shield upgrades partially reduce this issue, as a rear curved shield is mounted over the rear fender, acting as a rear defense when escaping from a pursuing vehicle with front machine guns.

  • Dual Lasers: The Deathbike can be modified to have two phased plasma gatling guns, which seem to have higher fire rate but retain the same damage per round as the regular Miniguns. In comparison to the laser/plasma machine guns from other Future Shock vehicles, the laser/plasma miniguns are quite powerful and can destroy unarmored vehicles quickly, but requires precise aiming, which is difficult during chases due to the obstacles one may encounter on the way.
  • The bike can also be installed with saw blades. These blades deal damage to NPCs and players, contact with the blades can instantly kill them and pop tires.

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Vehicle Statistics - Grand Theft Auto Online
(0-60 mph in Seconds)
Top Speed
(mph / kmh)
Gears Engine Drivetrain
(kg / lbs)
Fuel Tank
Size (litres)
Handling.meta [?]
N/A 91.3 / 147 4 N/A RWD 135 / 298 65
Website Statements [?] / Badges
N/A N/A 4 V-Twin (In-game model) RWD Cannot be observed Cannot be observed
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The Future Shock Deathbike can be modified at Los Santos Customs and other mod shops, although special upgrades are only available at the Arena Workshop.

Category Modification Cost Image
Brakes Stock Brakes $1,000
Street Brakes $20,000
Sport Brakes $27,000
Race Brakes $35,000
Boost None $20,000
Boost Upgrade 20% $100,000
$50,000 (AW)
Boost Upgrade 60% $230,000
$115,000 (AW)
Boost Upgrade 100% $400,000
$200,000 (AW)
Bodywork Spikes None $5,000
Body Spikes $27,500
Blades None $50,000
Spinning Blades $145,000
Armor Plating No Armor Plating $20,000
Light Armor $110,000
$55,000 (AW)
Light Armor w/ Shield $175,000
$87,500 (AW)
Reinforced Armor $300,000
$150,000 (AW)
Reinforced Armor w/ Shield $365,000
$182,500 (AW)
Heavy Armor $400,000
$200,000 (AW)
Heavy Armor w/ Shield $430,000
$215,000 (AW)
Engine EMS Upgrade, Level 1 $9,000
EMS Upgrade, Level 2 $12,500
EMS Upgrade, Level 3 $18,000
EMS Upgrade, Level 4 $33,500
Horns Main article: Los Santos Customs/Horns -
Lights Headlights Stock Lights $600
Xenon Lights $7,500
Neon Kits Main article: Los Santos Customs/Lights -
Livery None $11,400
HK $18,240
Judith Mantovani $38,760
$19,380 (AW)
Medici $41,040
$20,520 (AW)
Vankhov $43,320
$21,660 (AW)
Santo Capra $45,600
$22,800 (AW)
Enema $46,740
$23,370 (AW)
Sebastian Dix $47,879
$23,939 (AW)
Sebastian Dix V2 $49,020
$24,510 (AW)
Sebastian Dix V3 $50,160
$25,080 (AW)
Crowex $51,300
$25,650 (AW)
Crowex V2 $52,440
$26,220 (AW)
Sessanta Nove $53,579
$26,789 (AW)
Sessanta Nove V2 $54,720
$27,360 (AW)
Sessanta Nove V3 $55,860
$27,930 (AW)
Le Chien $57,000
$28,500 (AW)
Le Chien V2 $58,140
$29,070 (AW)
Le Chien V3 $59,279
$29,639 (AW)
Le Chien V4 $60,420
$30,210 (AW)
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Name -
Respray Main article: Los Santos Customs/Respray Colors -
Sell Sell Vehicle
Transmission Stock Transmission $1,000
Street Transmission $29,500
Sports Transmission $32,500
Race Transmission $40,000
Turbo None $5,000
Turbo Tuning $50,000
Vertical Jump None $20,000
Jump Upgrade 20% $130,000
$65,000 (AW)
Jump Upgrade 60% $224,000
$112,000 (AW)
Jump Upgrade 100% $420,000
$260,000 (AW)
Weapons Primary Weapons None $50,000
40W Phased Plasma Turrets $297,000
(AW) Unlock this item for purchase via the Arena War Career.

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  • Can be converted from a Gargoyle at the Arena Workshop, for $1,269,000.
    • The vehicle comes with the "HK" Livery and Body Spikes as standard upon conversion.


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  • Similar to the Shotaro, it is possible to drive a Future Shock Deathbike with the glowing lights off by turning the engine on via the Interaction Menu before driving it. The additional neon lights on the underside will also turn on despite the glowing lights being off. These can be also turned off with the "Neon light" option on the same Interaction Menu.
    • The headlight and tail light coronas can be toggled on or off, but the physical lights will remain off unless the player dismount the vehicle and gets on again normally.

See Also


  1. Blips-GTAO-Deathbike.pngSeen when parked or when another player is riding a Deathbike.
  2. Deathbike: strmodelFlags: NO_WHEEL_BURST