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Engine Sentai Go-Onger
Number: 32
Number of episodes: 50
3 movies
First episode: Allies of Justice
Power Rangers counterpart: Power Rangers RPM
Original airing: February 17, 2008 – February 8, 2009
Production Order

Go-Onger redirects here. For the RV used in the American adaptation of Engine Sentai Go-Onger, RPM, see Arsenal (RPM).

Engine Sentai Go-Onger (炎神戦隊ゴーオンジャー Enjin Sentai Gōonjā?) is Toei Company Limited's 32nd entry into the Super Sentai franchise. Its theme is a racing/animal motif. It premiered on February 17, 2008 and the show's footage was used for Power Rangers RPM in 2009.


Machine World (マシンワールド Mashin Wārudo?) is one of the 11 Braneworlds (ブレーンワールド Burēnwārudo?) other than our own, which is referred to as the Human World (ヒューマンワールド Hyūman Wārudo?). Machine World is home to giant vehicular beings called Engines who wage a war against the Gaiark, who desire to pollute their world. Losing, Gaiark's three Pollution Ministers escape to Earth, seeing the Human World as an easier location to create their ideal paradise. The six Engines manage to pursue them, selecting five humans to become their partners, the Go-Ongers. The team are later joined by the Go-On Wings and their Wing Engines, as well as the Ancient Engines. Together they battle the Gaiark and other evil villains from other Braneworlds.



Go-Ongers and Go-On Wings in their civilian outfits.


Main article: Go-Ongers
Go-On Red Sosuke Esumi
Go‑On Blue Renn Kousaka
Go‑On Yellow Saki Rouyama
Go‑On Green Hant Jou
Go‑On Black Gunpei Ishihara

Go-On Wings

Main article: Go-On Wings
Go‑On Gold Hiroto Sutou
Go‑On Silver Miu Sutou

Engine Partners

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Engine-O G12: the combination of all twelve Engines.

Go-Onger Mecha are sentient and are fully part of the 'hero' team. The last three appear for in the movie and Episode 39 & 40.


  • BOMPER - (Born-to Outerdimension and Mechanic x Pitcrew-type Engine-support Robot) the Go-Ongers' robotic adviser and mechanic, creation of Jum-Bowhale

Other Allies

Kamen Rider Kiva Wataru KurenaiIcon-crosswiki
Main article: Minor characters in Engine Sentai Go-Onger

Barbaric Machine Clan Gaiark

Barbaric Machine Beasts


Bikkirium powers the 'Barbaric Machine Beast' and also allows 'Industrial Revolution' which is their form of giant robot monster growth


Engine System

Legend:◆ piloted mecha, ● partner-piloted mecha, ◇ unpiloted mecha


Main article: Arsenal (Go-Onger)

Transformation Devices

Multi-Use Devices


Individual Weapons and Team Blasters



Main article: Engine Sentai Go-Onger Episodes

The episodes this season are referred as "GP", which is short for "Grand Prix" (グランプリ Guran Puri?) akin to the name of every major race on the Formula 1 circuit. The titles are all made of two Japanese words that are linked, either with two words combined by the Japanese connector character "no" or by a subject word that is modified by the previous word. However, unlike other seasons which use a similar title structure (such as Gingaman or Boukenger), the first word is always written in Hiragana or Kanji, while the second word, alongside the "no" when used, is always written in Katakana.

  1. GP 01: Allies of Justice (正義ノミカタ Seigi no Mikata?)
  2. GP 02: Reckless Guys (無茶ナヤツラ Mucha na Yatsura?)
  3. GP 03: Basic Investigation (捜査ノキホン Sōsa no Kihon?)
  4. GP 04: Engine Trouble (炎神トラブル Enjin Toraburu?)
  5. GP 05: Unhappy Sometimes!? (時々オカン!? Tokidoki Okan!??)
  6. GP 06: The Maiden's Heart (乙女ノココロ Otome no Kokoro?)
  7. GP 07: Partner Amigo (相棒アミーゴ Aibō Amīgo?)
  8. GP 08: The Greatest Miracle (最高ノキセキ Saikō no Kiseki?)
  9. GP 09: Tomorrow's There (明日ガアルサ Ashita ga Arusa?)
  10. GP 10: Starting Alright (発車オーライ Hassha Ōrai?)
  11. GP 11: Radio Jack (電波ジャック Denpa Jakku?)
  12. GP 12: Sosuke Banki!? (走輔バンキ!? Sōsuke Banki!??)
  13. GP 13: Tank Full of Chivalry (侠気マンタン Otokogi Mantan?)
  14. GP 14: Doki Doki Every Day (毎日ドキドキ Mainichi Doki Doki?)
  15. GP 15: Engine Stall (炎神ストール Enjin Sutōru?)
  16. GP 16: Honor Recovery (名誉バンカイ Meiyo Bankai?)
  17. GP 17: Wings of Justice (正義ノツバサ Seigi no Tsubasa?)
  18. GP 18: Commoner Hero (庶民ヒーロー Shomin Hīrō?)
  19. GP 19: Gunpei's True Intentions (軍平ノホンネ Gunpei no Honne?)
  20. GP 20: Siblings Battle!? (兄妹バトル!? Kyōdai Batoru!??)
  21. GP 21: Childish Guys (幼稚ナヤツラ Yōchi na Yatsura?)
  22. GP 22: Last Wish (最後ノノゾミ Saigo no Nozomi?)
  23. GP 23: Wreckless Flash (暴走ヒラメキ Bōsō Hirameki?)
  24. GP 24: First Smile (最初ノエガオ Saisho no Egao?)
  25. GP 25: Goodbye Mother (母上(オカン)サヨナラ Okan Sayonara?)
  26. GP 26: Love Relationship (恋愛カンケイ Ren'ai Kankei?)
  27. GP 27: Granddaughter Hant!? (孫娘ハント!? Magomusume Hanto!??)
  28. GP 28: Partner Gunpei (相棒グンペイ Aibō Gunpei?)
  29. GP 29: Stop Hiroto (大翔ヲトメロ Hiroto wo Tomero?)
  30. GP 30: Punch of Friendship (友情ノパンチ Yūjō no Panchi?)
  31. GP 31: Idol Debut (歌姫(アイドル)デビュー Aidoru Debyū?)
  32. GP 32: Search for Treasure (秘宝ヲサガセ Hihō o Sagase?)
  33. GP 33: Primeval Engines (原始エンジン Genshi Enjin?)
  34. GP 34: Devilish Woman (悪魔ナオンナ Akuma na Onna?)
  35. GP 35: Engines' Bonds (炎神ノキズナ Enjin no Kizuna?)
  36. GP 36: Sōsuke… Eternally (走輔…トワニ Sōsuke… Towa ni?)
  37. GP 37: Engine Banki!? (炎神バンキ!? Enjin Banki!??)
  38. GP 38: The Maidens' Sanctity (乙女ノホンキ Otome no Honki?)
  39. GP 39: Nostalgic Children (郷愁ノコドモ Kyōshū no Kodomo?)
  40. GP 40: Shogun Revival (将軍フッカツ Shōgun Fukkatsu?)
  41. GP 41: Advanced Childcare (育児ノススメ Ikuji no Susume?)
  42. GP 42: Campus Secret (学園ノヒミツ Gakuen no Himitsu?)
  43. GP 43: End-of-Year Big Cleanup (年末オソウジ Nenmatsu Osōji?)
  44. GP 44: Protect Christmas Eve (聖夜ヲマモレ Seiya o Mamore?)
  45. GP 45: Hatsuyume Plans!? (初夢キカク!? Hatsuyume Kikaku!??)
  46. GP 46: Runaway Bomper (家出ボンパー Iede Bonpā?)
  47. GP 47: Ministry Shake-Up (内閣カイゾウ Naikaku Kaizō?)
  48. GP 48: Justice Dissolution (正義カイサン Seigi Kaisan?)
  49. GP 49: Final Battle (最終ケッセン Saishū Kessen?)
  50. GP Final: Road of Justice (正義ノロード Seigi no Rōdo?)


  1. Engine Sentai Go-Onger: Seminar dayo! Zenin GO-ON!! (炎神戦隊ゴーオンジャー セミナールだよ!全員GO-ON!! Enjin Sentai Gōonjā Semināru da yo! Zen'in Gōon!!?)
  2. Engine Sentai Go-Onger: Bom Bom! Bom Bom! Net de Bong!! (炎神戦隊ゴーオンジャー BONBON! BONBON! ネットでBONG!! Enjin Sentai Gōonjā Bonbon! Bonbon! Netto de Bon!!?)


  1. Engine Sentai Go-Onger: Boom Boom! Bang Bang! GekijōBang!! (炎神戦隊ゴーオンジャー BUNBUN! BANBAN! 劇場BANG!! Enjin Sentai Gōonjā Bunbun! Banban! Gekijōban!!?)
  2. Engine Sentai Go-Onger vs. Gekiranger (炎神戦隊ゴーオンジャーVSゲキレンジャー Enjin Sentai Gōonjā tai Gekirenjā?)
  3. Samurai Sentai Shinkenger vs. Go-Onger: GinmakuBang!! (侍戦隊シンケンジャーVSゴーオンジャー銀幕BANG!! Samurai Sentai Shinkenjā Bui Esu Gōonjā Ginmakuban?)


Opening theme
Ending themes
Starting with episode 9 to 13, and 15 to 17, the second verse from "Engine First Rap -Type Normal-" was used as the ending theme, switching from the verse about Speedor to the verse about Bus-on. As of episode 18, Bearrv's verse is used as the ending theme.
  • "Engine Second Lap -TURBO CUSTOM-" (炎神セカンドラップ-TURBO CUSTOM- Enjin Sekando Rappu -Tābo Kasutamu-?, 22, 27-30, 32-35, 46)
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama & Saburo Yatsude (八手 三郎 Yatsude Saburō?)
    • Composition & Arrangement: Kenichiro Ōishi (Project. R)
    • Artist: Project. R (Hideaki Takatori (高取 ヒデアキ Takatori Hideaki?), Mayumi Gojo (五條 真由美 Gojō Mayumi?), Takayoshi Tanimoto, Sister MAYO, Kenichiro Ōishi) with the Engine Kids[2]
Starting with episode 22, the third verse from "Engine Second Rap -TURBO CUSTOM-", Carrigator's verse, was used as the ending theme as a way to promote the movie. It was played again, from episodes 27 to 30, with Birca's verse. It was then resumed, in episode 32, with Gunpherd's verse.[3]
  • "Engine Eco Lap -Recycle Custom-" (炎神エコラップ-Recycle Custom- Enjin Eko Rappu -Risaikuru Kasutamu-?, 23 & 24, It's a Seminar! Everyone GO-ON)
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama
    • Composition & Arrangement: Kenichiro Ōishi
    • Artist: Engine Kids with Project. R (Takayoshi Tanimoto, Sister MAYO, Kenichiro Ōishi)
This version of the ending theme, first used at the end of episode 23 and later used as the ending theme to the It's a Seminar! Everyone GO-ON DVD features the Engine Kids singing and members of Project. R singing back up. As the title suggests, the song discusses ecology and recycling.
  • "Engine Formation Lap -GekijōBang! Custom-" (炎神フォーメーションラップ-劇場BANG! CUSTOM- Enjin Fōmēshon Rappu -Gekijōban! Kasutamu-?, 25, Movie)
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama
    • Composition & Arrangement: Kenichiro Ōishi
    • Artist: Project. R (Takayoshi Tanimoto, Hideaki Takatori, Sister MAYO, Hideyuki Takahashi, Takafumi Iwasaki, YOFFY, Mayumi Gojo, Kenichiro Ōishi) with Engine the Kids
This version of the ending theme, first used at the end of episode 25, is also the ending theme for the movie.
  • "G3 Princess Lap -PRETTY LOVE☆Limited-" (G3プリンセス ラップ~PRETTY LOVE♡Limited~ Jī Surī Purinsesu Rappu ~Puriti Rabu Rimiteddo~?, 31)
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama
    • Composition & Arrangement: Kenichiro Ōishi
    • Artist: "G3 Princess" (G3プリンセス Jī Surī Purinsesu?, Saki Rōyama [Rina Aizawa], Miu Sutō [Yumi Sugimoto], Kegalesia [Nao Oikawa])
This version of the ending theme is used in episode 31 as both an insert song and an ending theme, featuring the G3 Princess idol group (Saki, Miu, and Kegalesia) singing.[4][5] Included in G3 Princess CD Box set, there will be an arrangement of "G3 Princess Rap ~PRETTY LOVETemplate:LangLimited~" for each of the members of G3 Princess as well as their character songs. The G3 Princess Rap ~PRETTY LOVETemplate:LangLimited~ mini-album also includes the title song, the character songs, as well as "Engine Sentai Go-onger," "Engine First Rap -Type Normal," and "Engine Eco Rap -RECYCLE CUSTOM-."
  • "Engine Third Rap -AERO-Dynamic CUSTOM-" (炎神サードラップ-AERO-Dynamic CUSTOM- Enjin Sādo Rappu -Earo-Dainamikku Kasutamu-?, 36-41)
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama & Saburo Yatsude (八手 三郎 Yatsude Saburō?)
    • Composition & Arrangement: Kenichiro Ōishi (Project.R)
    • Artist: Project.R (YOFFY, Takafumi Iwasaki (岩崎 貴文 Iwasaki Takafumi?), Hideaki Takatori, Mayumi Gojo, Takayoshi Tanimoto, Sister MAYO, Kenichiro Ōishi) with the Engine Kids[2]
Starting with episode 36 to 37, the first verse, Toripter's verse, was used. Then as of episodes 38 and 39, the second verse, Jetras' verse, was used as the ending theme. In episode 40, the third verse, Jum-bowhale's verse, was used. Psychic Lover (サイキックラバー Saikikku Rabā?) is also noted as the artist of the song on the complete song collection.[6]
  • "Engine Final Lap -Type Evolution-" (炎神ファイナルラップ-Type Evolution- Enjin Fainaru Rappu-Taipu Eboryūshon-?, 42-44)
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama & Saburo Yatsude (八手 三郎 Yatsude Saburō?)
    • Composition & Arrangement: Kenichiro Ōishi (Project.R)
    • Artist: Project.R (Hideyuki Takahashi, Takayoshi Tanimoto, Sister MAYO, Kenichiro Ōishi) with the Engine Kids
Starting with episode 42, the first verse, Kishamoth's verse, was used. In episode 43, it was switched to T-line's verse, the second verse. Then K-line's verse, the third verse, was used in episode 44. It was included on the complete song collection, released on January 14, 2009, which came with a toy Engine Soul that plays the ending theme melody.[6]
  • "G5 Prince Lap -Bon★Baie Limited-" (G5プリンスラップ~BONバイエ★Limited~ Jī Faibu Purinsu Rappu ~Bonbaie★Rimiteddo?, 45)
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama & Saburo Yatsude (八手 三郎 Yatsude Saburō?)
    • Composition & Arrangement: Kenichiro Ōishi (Project.R)
    • Artist: G5 Prince (G5プリンス Jī Faibu Purinsu?, Sōsuke Esumi [Yasuhisa Furuhara], Renn Kōsaka [Shinwa Kataoka], Hant Jō [Masahiro Usui], Gunpei Ishihara [Kenji Ebisawa], Hiroto Sutō [Hidenori Tokuyama]) with Bomper (Akiko Nakagawa)
  • "Engine Winning Run -Type Formula-" (炎神ウイニングラン-Type Formula- Enjin Uiningu Ran -Taipu Fōmyura-?, 50)
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama & Saburo Yatsude (八手 三郎 Yatsude Saburō?)
    • Composition & Arrangement: Kenichiro Ōishi (Project.R)
    • Artist: Project.R (Hideyuki Takahashi, Takayoshi Tanimoto, Sister MAYO, Hideaki Takatori, Mayumi Gojo, YOFFY, Takafumi Iwasaki, IMAJO, Kenichiro Ōishi) with Engine Kids
Insert theme
  • "Engine Union! Engine-Oh" (炎神合体! エンジンオー Enjin Gattai! Enjin'ō?)
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama (マイク スギヤマ Maiku Sugiyama?)
    • Composition: Megumi Ohashi
    • Artist: Project. R (Keinichiro Ōishi & Megumi Ohashi)
    • Inserted into episodes 03, 05, 06, 10
  • "BANG! BANG! Go-Onger" (BANG! BANG! ゴーオンジャー?, Bangu! Bangu! Gōonjā)
  • "Engine Union! Engine-Oh G6" (炎神合体エンジンオー G6 Enjin Gattai Enjin'ō G6?)
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama
    • Composition: Asada Nao
    • Arrangement: Hiroshi Takagi
    • Artist: MoJo
    • Inserted into episodes 12, 13
  • "Take Off! Go-On Wings" (テイクオフ! ゴーオンウイングス Teikuofu! Gōon'uingusu?)
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama
    • Composition: Megumi Ohashi
    • Arrangement: Project. R (Keinichiro Ōishi & Megumi Ohashi)
    • Artist: Project. R (Tanimoto Takayoshi, Mayumi Gojo, Kenichiro Oishi)
    • Inserted into episodes 17, 20, 48
  • "Gaiark Industrial Revolution Declaration" (害悪産業革命宣言 Gaiaku Sangyō Kakumei Sengen?)
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama
    • Composition: IMAJO
    • Arrangement: Akira Hiroshi
    • Artist: Project. R (IMAJO)
    • Inserted in episode 31
  • "G9! Tune-Up" (G9! チューンナップ G9! Chūn'nappu?)
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama
    • Composition: Maeda Katsuki
    • Arrangement: Takahashi Katsu
    • Artist: Takayuki Miyauchi
    • Inserted in episode 45
  • "GO! BABABANG! Go-Onger" (GO! BABABANG! ゴーオンジャー Go! Bababangu! Gōonjā?)
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama
    • Composition & Arrangement: Suzuki Moriko
    • Artist: Project.R (Hideyuki Takahashi)
    • Inserted into episodes 26, 30
  • "G12! Checkered Flag" (G12! チェッカーフラッグ G12! Chekkāfuraggu?)
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama
    • Composition: Megumi Ohashi
    • Arrangement: Kenichiro Oishi
    • Artist: Akira Kushida
    • Inserted in episode 35

The single of the opening and ending themes comes in two versions, one of which is the limited edition "Engine Soul Set" (炎神ソウルセット Enjin Sōru Setto?) version that includes a limited edition toy Engine Soul that plays the opening theme melody. It is the first Super Sentai theme song single to ever make it onto the Oricon charts' top ten list, reaching #4 on the weekly singles chart by selling 22,000 records in its first week.[7] It had started out at #3 on the daily singles chart on its first day of sale, March 19, 2008, peaking at #2 on March 20, 2008. It had remained in the top 20 of the weekly charts for four weeks, and became the #113 top selling single on the Oricon's yearly rankings. As part of a Kodomo no Hi report, the Oricon listed "Engine Sentai Go-onger" as the #1 tokusatsu hero karaoke request, ahead of songs such as AAA DEN-O form's "Climax Jump" for Kamen Rider Den-O and V6's "TAKE ME HIGHER" for Ultraman Tiga.[8]

A final album was released for Go-onger on March 18, 2009, which included all of the character songs in the series, including versions of "G3 Princess Rap" performed as a group and by each individual member, "Smile×Smile" performed by Rina Aizawa, "Yume no Tsubasa" (夢の翼? "Dream Wings") performed by Yumi Sugimoto, "Utopia" (桃源郷(ユートピア) Yūtopia?) performed by Nao Oikawa, "G5 Prince Rap", versions of "Kimi to Gyutto♪" (君とギュッと♪? "Holding You Tight♪") performed by G5 Prince and each of the individual members, "miss you" performed by Hidenori Tokuyama for episode 31, and "Engine Special Rap" (炎神スペシャルラップ Enjin Supesharu Rappu?) by Project.R, featuring "Engine First Rap", "Engine Second Rap", "Engine Third Rap", "Engine Final Rap", and "Engine Winning Run" as a single song.[9]


Voice actors

Suit actors

Stage Shows


  • Go-Onger is very similar to Choujuu Sentai Liveman; particularly with the first three Rangers being Red, Blue, and Yellow and the two that join the team being Green and Black respectively.
    • It should be noted that there is a bird-themed Red in both teams.
    • Both teams use some mechs which are a mix of animal & vehicle motifs.
    • One difference is that the Yellow and Blue Rangers' genders are switched (the Blue Ranger is male and the Yellow Ranger is female).
    • Another difference is that the Engines are sentient beings from another planet instead of lifeless mechs.
  • The Engines in Soul form were designed by Toei Animation.
  • "Enjin" (炎神?) literally translates as "Flame God." The logo for the series uses the English word "Engine" in the title instead of the romanization of the kanji as "Enjin."
  • "Go-Onger" (ゴーオンジャー Gōonjā?) is a portmanteau of the Japanese words for "thunderous sound" (轟音 gōon?) and "Ranger" (レンジャー Renjā?). It is also related to the English words "go on."
  • The "Mantan Gun" (マンタンガン Mantangan?) comes from the Japanese phrase for "full tank" (満タン mantan?).
  • "Bikkuri" (びっくり?) means "surprise," making Bikkurium the "element of surprise".
  • All members role call uses the word 'Kai' (in japanese) at the last syllable.
  • This is the 1st season where the name of the show starts with Go-. The second one is Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters.
  • This is the first Sentai Season with two 6th Rangers, the first Sentai team to officially feature a female 6th ranger.
  • This is the first car-themed Sentai that has an official Sixth and Seventh Ranger: The Go-On Wings team.
  • Combining the first parts of the 5 Go-Ongers' surnames, and full surname of the Go-On Wings, you get ekorogisuto, which is ecologist.

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