NFE Choice Specs Pivot (Electabuzz) @ Choice Specs
Ability: Static
EVs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe  
Timid Nature  
IVs: 0 Atk  
- Thunderbolt  
- Volt Switch  
- Psychic
- Focus Blast / Hidden Power [Grass] / Hidden Power [Ice]
Optional Move(s): 
- Cross Chop
- Fire Punch
- Ice Punch
- Wild Charge
Optional Item(s): 
- Choice Scarf
- Eviolite
- Expert Belt
- Icium Z
- Life Orb
- Psychium Z
Optional Ability: 
- Vital Spirit
Optional EV/IV(s): 
- 252 Atk / 4 SpD / 252 Spe (Jolly)
- 4 Atk / 252 SpA / 252 Spe (Naive)
Overview: Electabuzz sports the highest unboosted Speed stat in the NFE metagame, only matched by Kadabra. This, combined with a good Special Attack stat and access to one of the best pivoting moves in Volt Switch, makes Electabuzz the premier Volt Switch user in the metagame and a necessary teammate for any VoltTurn team.
Choice Specs Pivot: Thunderbolt is Electabuzz's strongest STAB attack, which allows it to reliably hit Flying- and Water-types such as Mareanie, Prinplup, Staravia, and Togetic for super effective damage. Volt Switch gives Electabuzz the ability to force switches, pivot and gain momentum while chipping opposing Pokemon. Psychic hits Fighting- and Poison-types hard but primarily provides coverage against Roselia, Gloom, and Hakamo-o, who all resist its Electric-type STAB attacks. Focus Blast provides valuable coverage against Dark- and Steel-types such as Ferroseed, Krokorok, and Klang. Hidden Power Grass primarily provides strong coverage for Marshtomp and Hidden Power Ice hits frailer Dragon-type Pokemon like Gabite, Fraxure, Vibrava, and Hakamo-o hard. 
Checks and Counters: Specially defensive pure Grass-types, like Servine and Quilladin, can tank any attack from Electabuzz. Other specially defensive Pokemon like Clefairy, Sliggoo, and Dusclops can also withstand attacks from Electabuzz. Whilst none of the aforementioned Pokemon appreciate switching into Volt Switch and losing momentum, they can all take advantage of Electabuzz on free switch-ins or if it is locked into other attacks. Ground-types such as Choice Scarf Krokorok and Gabite can easily threaten Electabuzz out of the field and act as a deterrent against clicking Electric-type attacks, Some Pokemon can also situationally wall Electabuzz depending on what coverage move it is running in the fourth moveslot. Ferroseed walls all non-Focus Blast variants, Gabite and Vibrava can check all non-Hidden Power Ice variants, and Marshtomp can check all non-Hidden Power Grass variants of Electabuzz.
Optional EV/IV(s): An alternative spread of 252 Atk / 4 SpD / 252 Spe with a Jolly nature is used for a physical set with the moves Cross Chop, Fire Punch, Ice Punch and Wild Charge. This set is able to lure in common checks for the special set, such as Roselia and Servine, and do significant damage to them.
The 4 Atk / 252 SpA / 252 Spe spread with a Naive Nature is used for the mixed set, keeping Electabuzz's ability to pivot with Volt Switch but allowing for coverage moves to hit special walls, such as Fire Punch to hit bulky Grass-types like Servine and Roselia.