Pulsus Rocket League- Designs, Prices & Details

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The Rocket League Pulsus wheels are an exotic item that are available in all paints. They were released in October 2016, making them one of the oldest items in the game.

On this item information page, you can find out more about the price of the Pulsus Rocket League wheels, how to get the Pulsus wheels, and 4 of the best Pulsus designs.

Rocket League Pulsus Designs

Need some inspiration and ideas on how to use your Pulsus wheels in a cool car design?

We have created 4 of the best Pulsus designs in Rocket League using 4 different paints.

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Sky Blue Pulsus Design

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Items used in this car design:

Titanium White Pulsus Design

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Items used in this car design:

Orange Pulsus Design

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Items used in this car design:

  • Body- Orange Octane
  • Decal- Burnt Sienna Exalter
  • Wheels- Orange Pulsus
  • Primary color- Dark purple
  • Secondary color- Black

Pink Pulsus Design

Items used in this car design:

  • Body- Maverick Rocket League
  • Decal- Mainliner
  • Wheels- Pink Pulsus
  • Primary color- Pink
  • Secondary color- Light blue/purple
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Best Pulsus Design

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Rocket League Pulsus Price

These prices are for the default Pulsus wheels. Prices for painted colors are displayed below. All prices are measured in credits and are manually updated as often as possible.

The blueprint crafting cost for these default wheels is 700 credits on all four platforms.

Painted Pulsus Prices

All Pulsus paints are one of the most stable Rocket League items in terms of price fluctuations. Since 2018, these paints have not encountered many changes in their valuations.

Why the Pulsus wheels are important in your Car Design

The wheels on a car design are like the final piece of a jigsaw puzzle. The last piece has to fit for the jigsaw to be complete. Likewise, the wheels have to match the decal and colors for the design to be complete.

Generally, when designing Rocket League cars I choose the decal and its color before I select the wheels. But sometimes you have a favorite set of wheels that just have to fit. In that case, the wheels go first and the decal and colors come after.

How to get the Pulsus Rocket League Wheels?

Before the blueprint update in 2019, RL Pulsus wheels could be obtained by opening a Champions 3 crate or the golden eggs released in 2018, 2020, and 2022. If you had any Champions 3 crates in your inventory when this update was brought out, it was converted into a random blueprint from items within that crate. This means some of you may have the Pulsus blueprint via the update, or you may happen to have been rewarded it through in-game rewards. Note that blueprints are only worth crafting if the item’s trading value is cheaper than the blueprint crafting cost. Blueprint crafting costs for the Pulsus wheels are; 700 credits for default and burnet sienna; 1000 credits for titanium white; 900 credits for all other paints. Compare these crafting costs to the trading valuations we displayed above. If the trading prices are below the crafting cost then you will be overpaying if choosing the blueprint method.

Other methods to get the Pulsus Rocket League wheels involve trading in five very rare items in return for 1 random exotic item. We recommend trying this method first because it is a completely free procedure if you get lucky and land your desired item. 

Another method is buying the item from Aoeah who is are a trustable company selling RL items. (see green links above). You can also use our discount code: MBDESIGNS3 which gives you a further 3% off their already cheap prices.

The final method is to exchange credits in return for the desired Pulsus wheels with another player. If you have the required credits then you can find other players selling these wheels on active websites and Discord servers. If you fail to find a seller, as an example, you could list a ‘buying tw Pulsus for 350 credits’ message on these trading places. 

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