- Download count 180
- Unique foldername chibiangel
- Skin for
- Based on Oskari Angel
- Release date 2023-05-07
- Version from 2023-05-14
- Version 1.2
- RVW-ID 36672
- Category Rookie Car
- Unconventional car?
- Construction Remodel
- Engine Electric
- Transmission 4WD
- Top speed 30.1 mph
- Total weight 1.2 kg
- Acceleration 4.8 m/s²
- Track difficulty
- Track length m
- Reverse version available?
- Time trial times available?
- Practice mode star available?
- 10-Ko has similar driving characteristics to Oskari Angel; it has extreme acceleration and good handling at the cost of a very-low top speed and stability issues arsing from the massive wheel torque.
- Due to the shorter chassis, 10-Ko's rear torque oversteer and front torque understeer are more apparent than in its larger sibling. This can make recovery difficult in tight locations.
- The CPU is pretty competitive due to the stat spread, moreso than any of the other chibi releases.
- The name "10-Ko" is some overly-complex wordplay. "天使" - meaning "angel" in Japanese - is pronounced as "tenshi." "天子" can also be read as "tenshi" and means "sky/heavenly child." To make things even more confusing, "子" is also pronounced as "ko" in kunyomi (as opposed to "shi" when pronounced in the onyomi). To conclude, 10-Ko is English wordplay for "天子" or "Ten-Ko". 3AM brain just works differently.
- The text on the wheels read ""天子".
- The default and only skin is a simplified version of Oskari Angel's main skin.
- Update v1.1: fixed normals on body.prm. Tweaked AI.
- Update v1.2: lowered CoM, readjusted inertia, friction, and spring values.
Update v1.2: Car has recieved some parameter tweaks that hopefully makes 10-Ko more like Oskari Angel. Of note, the car should generally feel "looser" and high speed turn radius has been improved due to the lower CoM. In addition, the car has more on-power oversteer at low speeds, but such should be more predictable than before. Generally speaking, pace should be unaffected.
As a rising brand in the competitive rc racing scene, Type 0 Racing made a name for itself in 2012 when its factory driver won a major international tournament with the E10-4 V2 chassis. Nicknamed "Tenshi" - meaning "angel" - by RC enthusiasts in Japan, the E10-4 V2 continued to be a likabe option in its home country and elsewhere even after the release of the E10-5 that succeeded it.
Toy-Volt, in collaboration with Type 0 racing and partner brand Oskari, later released a comical version of the winning car and bodyshell. Type 0 supplied custom-made dampers and a torque-tuned motor for the car. The result of the collaborative project was "10-Ko", which aims to replicate the driving characteristics of the E10-4 on a smaller and cuter chassis.
3 comments on “10-Ko”
“Ori Angi” Smol title for car :DD
I see a touhou project references
Littlest Angel on wheels. Race has no fury than a speedy OP Angel.