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Dash-001 Great Emperor

Dash001Great Emperor

Dash001GreatEmperorPremium

General
No. 18036
94669 (Special Kit)
18075 (Premium)
Series Racing Mini 4WD
Chassis(s) Zero Chassis (Zero/Special Kit)
Super-II Chassis (Premium)
First Released September 18, 1991 (Zero)
September 27, 2008 (Special Kit)
July 7, 2012 (Premium)
In fictional media
First Appearance Dash! Yonkuro
Owner Yonkuro Hinomaru
The Dash-001 Great Emperor (Japanese: ダッシュ001号 大帝(グレートエンペラー), Dasshu Marumaruichi-gō Gurēto Enperā) is a Racing Mini 4WD car released by Tamiya on September 18, 1991.

It was featured in manga Dash! Yonkuro as Yonkuro Hinomaru's 4th machine in the series.

General info

The Great Emperor featuring some design changes from the Super Emperor; The rear spoiler was changed to the one that was seen on the Horizon and the additional front spoiler was added to the front (in which covers the front bumper). Color scheme was changed to the more traditional Emperor-style color scheme.

The normal default form with front spoiler, rear spoiler and rear cowl attached was called Super Aero Formation (Japanese: スーパーエアロフォーメーション, Sūpā Earo Fōmēshon). By removing the rear spoiler, the rear cowl and the front spoiler, the Naked Formation (Japanese: ネイキッドフォーメーション, Neikiddo Fōmēshon) can be recreated. Since the front spoiler is covering the front bumper, it has to be removed if user wishes to install any Grade-Up Parts on the front bumper.

The original Great Emperor comes with the white mid-diameter 5-spoke G-Emperor-type wheels paired with the black high-profile slick tires, while the Premium variant comes with the gold small-diameter 3-spoke Fully Cowled-type wheel paired with the black treaded tires.

The original model has its chassis frame and A parts molded in gray, while the Premium variant has its chassis frame molded in dark gray and A parts and easy locking gear cover molded in red.

In the Manga

Spoiler alert!

This section of the article may contains details concerning the progression of the plot. If you do not want it to be spoiled for you, skip this section!

The Great Emperor was made by Genkuro Hinomaru (Yonkuro's father), created from his own Dash-01 Super Emperor. Genkuro return to Japan before the tournament final and give the Great Emperor to his best friend Mr. Sumeragi, who then later give it to Yonkuro without him and the rest of the team knowing the car's origin. It was first used it in the national tournament's final.

It is everything superior to Super Emperor, to the point where Yonkuro's teammate Shinkuro was unable to catch it. During the beginning of the tournament's final, it get the headstart, but starts to slow down due to strong downforce and the air pressure being building inside the bodyshell!

Genkuro, who is watching the race alongside Mr. Sumeragi, decided to have Mr. Sumeragi to tell Yonkuro the Great Emperor's origin and the other secret it has: The Great Emperor has two faces. Just then, Tankuro's Neo Burning Sun was busted right on the front of a big slope due to the use of condenser circuit, and Yonkuro was able to figure out his car's mystery when he saw that the smokes (produces from the Neo Burning Sun's busted motor) collides with the slope road's surface. Yonkuro then removes the front spoiler, the rear spoiler and the rear cowl and the car regains its superior performance due to reduced pressure. Using the busted Neo Burning Sun as a jump stand, the Great Emperor crossed the finish line ahead of Momotaro's Crimson Glory, leading to the ultimate victory for the Dash Warriors in the national tournament.

During the Black Mistral arc, Yonkuro participates into the Hell Caravan rally with his Great Emperor, but during the first stage, its front bumper and front spoiler got damaged. This forced Yonkuro to switch to Emperor and later Liberty Emperor.

Technical info

Length: 131 mm (Zero/Special Kit), 150 mm (Premium)

Width: 86 mm (Zero/Special Kit), 97 mm (Premium)

Height: 50 mm (Zero), 41 mm (Special Kit)

Chassis: Zero Chassis, Super-II Chassis

Gear Set(s): 4.2:1 and 5:1 (Zero/Special Kit), 3.5:1 (Premium)

Gallery

Boxarts

Trivia

  • The Great Emperor was chosen to be the cover car for the 1991's Tamiya Japan Cup.

See also

External links

Tamiya Japan

Tamiya America

Mini 4WD cars from Dash! Yonkuro franchise
Dash Warriors Mini 4WD Championship arc Boomerang Jr. · Monster Beetle Jr. · Hotshot Jr. · Falcon Jr. · Super Dragon Jr. · Hornet Jr. · Dash-1 Emperor · Dash-2 Burning Sun · Dash-3 Shooting Star · Dash-4 Cannonball · Dash-5 Dancing Doll · Dash-01 Super Emperor · Dash-0 Horizon · Dash-W1 Wild Saurus · Dash-02 Neo Burning Sun · Dash-001 Great Emperor
Black Mistral arc Horizon Boundless · Liberty Emperor
Shin Dash! Yonkuro Dash-CB1 Geo-Emperor · Dash-CB2 Blazing Sun · Dash-03 Super Shooting Star · Dash-04 Cannonball Wail · Dash-05 Dame the Dancing Doll · Dash-CBW Command Saurus
Hyper Dash! Yonkuro Rise-Emperor · Shooting Proud Star · God Burning Sun · Cannon D Ball · Dancing Divine Doll
Mini 4WD Championship participants Fire Dragon Jr. · The Fox Jr. · Thunder Dragon Jr. · Rising Bird · Bigwig Jr. · Avante Jr. · Thunder Shot Jr. · Clod Buster Jr. · Lunch Box Jr.
U Team and U Team 2 Dash-X1 Proto-Emperor · Crusader · Black Chopper · Black Bomber · Black Fighter · Black Attacker · Proto-Emperor ZX · Proto-Emperor Coretank
Team Momotaro Samurai Crimson Glory · Crimson R · Crimson T · Crimson E · Crimson A
Team Ninja Warriors Terra Scorcher Jr. · Dash-X5 Shadow Emperor
Team Heavy Metal Dash-X2 God Emperor · Dash-X3 Hurricane Emperor · Dash-X4 Devil Emperor
Amazon Horizons Sid Horizon · Buzz Horizon · Gal Horizon · Luke Horizon · Coco Horizon
from Black Mistral arc Aero-Solitude · Manta Ray Jr. · Black Mistral
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Others Daihatsu Kopen XMZ · Astralster · Abilista · Raikiri · Festa Jaune · Silwolf
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Type-1 Hotshot Jr. · Hornet Jr. · The Fox Jr. · Boomerang Jr. · Bigwig Jr. · Falcon Jr. · Super Dragon Jr.* · Thunder Dragon Jr.* · Thunder Shot Jr. · Super Sabre Jr. · Fire Dragon Jr.* · Dash-1 Emperor* · Dash-2 Burning Sun
Type-2 Avante Jr. · Grasshopper II Jr. · Vanquish Jr. · Terra Scorcher Jr.
Type-3 Rising Bird · Dash-3 Shooting Star · Saint Dragon Jr.* · Dash-4 Cannonball* · Dash-5 Dancing Doll* · Winning Bird · Dash-01 Super Emperor* · Nissan Be-1
Type-4 Egress Jr.
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FM Crimson Glory · Dash-02 Neo Burning Sun · Aero-Solitude
Type-5 Bear Hawk Jr. · Top-Force Jr. · Terra Conqueror Jr. · Dash-03 Super Shooting Star · Super Avante · Dash-CB1 Geo-Emperor*
Super TZ-X Mad Bull Jr. · Baja King Jr.
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* denotes Premium version available