No. 19505
19515 (GPA)
94434 (GPA wt. small dia. wheels)
Series Super Mini 4WD
Chassis(s) Super-1 Chassis
Super TZ-X Chassis
Release Date June 29, 1995
July 24, 2001 (GPA)
October 23, 2001 (GPA wt. small dia. wheels)
In fictional media
First Appearance Dash Boy! Ten
Owner Rei Ganma (Formerly)
Taihei 'Ten' Tenka (Currently)
The Boomerang-10 (Japanese: ブーメラン・10テン, Būmeran Ten) is a Super Mini 4WD car released by Tamiya on June 29, 1995. It is named after the famous Boomerang Jr. minicar. The GPA version was also released on July 24, 2001.

It was featured in the manga Dash Boy! Ten as Taihei 'Ten' Tenka's second machine, replacing his busted Liberty Emperor. It was superseded by Astro-Boomerang in the series.

General info Edit

The Boomerang-10 featuring the mix of sharp and smooth body design, with the blue smooth canopy, pairs of fins on the top of the rear and the front, the large rear sharp cowls that shaped like plane's wings. Many of the Boomerang-10's body features are most likely inspired by the Grumman X-29 aircraft.

It is mainly in white, with red, blue and yellow trims on it.

It came equipped with the white large-diameter 3-spoke lightweight wheels paired with the black Avante-type slick tires. The chassis frame, the A parts and the curve-type sideguard were molded in gray, magenta and green respectively. It doesn't comes with a standard motor.

The Boomerang-10 also came with the much smaller version of the car, whose chassis can be swapped with Tamiya's MiniMini Racer's chassis. (although it has no use in Mini 4WD races whatsoever.)

GPA version Edit

The GPA version follows the similar style as with other GPA cars, which are designed in mind with GP Chips. An additional rear spoiler was added on top the rear fins.

Wheels and tires were unchanged from the original Boomerang-10. The chassis frame and A parts were molded in white. It doesn't comes with a standard motor.

In the manga Edit

The machine, originally appear as the Black Boomerang, was made by Rei Ganma who challenge his eventual rival Taihei Tenka. Despite Ten lose in the race and having his Liberty Emperor busted due to overheating motor, Ganma gave the Boomerang to him. Ten recolor it to the brighter color scheme and renamed it Boomerang-10.

Ten, who maintains his new car right after getting it, discover that there's a mini version of the car inside the cockpit of the Boomerang-10, in which he later uses in several ocassions where the main car is busted.

It was revealed that Ganma not only made one but two Black Boomerangs; the other one was modified into Boomerang Gamma.

Technical info Edit

Length: 136 mm (Normal), 148 mm (GPA)

Width: 90 mm

Height: 48 mm (Normal), 49 mm (GPA)

Chassis: Super-1 Chassis, Super TZ-X Chassis

Gear Set(s): 5:1 and 4:1 (Normal), 4:1 (GPA)

Gallery Edit

Boxarts Edit

See also Edit

Namesake Edit

Related cars Edit

External links Edit

Tamiya Japan Edit

Tamiya America Edit

Super Mini 4WD series
Super-1 Liberty Emperor* · Poseidon-X · Tom Ghody Special · Shao Bai Ron · Big Bang Ghost* · Boomerang-10 · Boomerang Gamma · Astro-Boomerang
Super-FM Strato Vector
Super TZ Black Stalker · Thunder Boomerang W10 · Ray Hawk-Gamma · Tiger Zap
* denotes Premium version available
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.