New from Iris Racing is this 2.0mm One-Piece Topdeck for use on its ONE and ONE.05 1:10 Electric Touring Car. The optional part provides an additional setup option that makes driving easier and more predictable, whether it’s on an asphalt or carpet race track. It stiffens the car especially in the area of the motor mount, making it a bit stiffer overall.
Iris Racing has added new Aluminium Spool and Differential Outdrives for its new ONE.05 1:10 Electric Touring Car. These hard-coated aluminium differential and spool outdrives for the Touring Car and ONE.05 FWD cars have been developed for the 17.5T and 21.5T stock class. They provide a weight advantage of around 3 grams per pair compared to the steel parts and so improve the performance of your Iris ONE.
In addition to unveiling its first FWD 1:10 Electric Touring Car, Iris has simultaneously released the ONE.05 4WD Touring Car on which the front wheel drive is based. The ONE.05 touring car is the second generation competition car kit that has been designed and developed entirely by Ruddog. Based on feedback from customers and team drivers, the German manufacturer has improved several areas of the original Iris ONE. While the ONE.05 is still based on the same concept as the ONE and uses most of the same drivetrain and plastic parts, it features several improvements to make the car faster and more durable. It now has an updated and optimised shock linkage and a carbon fibre rocker arm that reduces roll when cornering. New chassis locating pins on the bulkheads, motor mount and damper cases not only improve durability, but have also allowed us to redesign these parts and make them lighter, saving over 25g in total. It still features an ultra-narrow bulkhead design and the efficient three-belt design for perfect weight balance and less belt tension compared to a two-belt design. Many unique details, such as an optional direct mount aluminium fan, have been incorporated into the design of the Iris ONE.05 to give you an edge over the competition.
German 1:10 Electric Touring Car manufacturer Iris has released details of its ONE.05 FWD which is based on the ONE.05 Touring Car, the second generation competition car kit designed and developed entirely by German company Ruddog. It features a forward mounted motor and battery for optimised weight balance and performance. The central single belt drive has a machined aluminium pulley and is highly efficient for the low power 17.5T and 21.5T motors. It also has FWD-specific steering geometry to meet the needs of the FWD class, while still sharing the majority of components with the Iris ONE.05 touring car for easy and simple parts management. It now has an updated and optimised shock linkage and a carbon fibre rocker arm that reduces roll when cornering. New chassis locating pins on the bulkheads, motor mount and damper cases not only improve durability, but have also allowed us to redesign these parts and make them lighter, saving over 25g in total. Many unique details, such as an optional direct mount aluminium fan, have been incorporated into the design of the Iris ONE.05 to give you an edge over the competition.
Electric Touring Car newcomers Iris has announced it will unveil the FWD version of the ONE this coming Sunday as well as details of an updated ONE.05 version of the 4WD chassis. The original ONE Touring Car was officially unveiled 10-months ago and the release of a FWD kit is a logical move for the German brand and the car’s designer Andreas Myrberg given the popularity of the FWD category. On social media Iris posted, ‘This Sunday, October 1st, we are thrilled to unveil the FWD version of the Iris ONE. But that’s not all — we’re also introducing the ONE.05 TC car. After careful consideration of feedback from our valued customers and team drivers, we decided to incorporate significant improvements not just in the Iris ONE.05 FWD car, but also in the ONE.05 TC version. Both cars maintain their foundational concepts from the Iris ONE, including the unique damper and spring system, but with enhanced performance and durability. Join us for the release of both cars on Sunday, October 1st, at 4 p.m. CEST.
Electric Touring Car manufacturer Iris Racing has announced that Euro Touring Series 40+ Champion Manuel Stankowitz has officially joined its racing team. The German driver will not only race the Iris ONE, but will also campaign the upcoming ONE FWD version once it is released later this year. Having raced the Iris ONE for some time already and provide valuable input, the car’s designer Andreas Myrberg is looking forward to working with Stankowitz as a team driver saying, ‘I met Manuel not to long ago, but already from the go I thought he was a very cool, likeable and very fast touring racer. He has been aboard for a while now already and his hard work, dedication, setup input and overall development with Iris ONE and ONE FWD has already been great. I am looking forward to keep working with Manuel with current and upcoming IRIS cars on and off the track.’
Following extensive testing since the release of the Iris ONE touring car, the German brand are now launching a number of option parts to further enhance the handling performance of the car. First up is an Aluminium Differential Cover. It significantly enhances the seal of the differential, ensuring consistent performance throughout its entire runtime. Made from high-quality 7075 aluminium, this differential cover is both sturdy and lightweight. Anodised in a striking Iris red, it adds a distinctive look to your vehicle. Moreover, the cover features a ball bearing that acts as a guide for the differential output, thereby further improving performance.
Iris has released a V2 Suspension Arm Shock Mount Set for their ONE 1:10 Electric Touring Car. The upgrade is engineered for high-grip tracks to reduce car roll and improve damping characteristics. There are two variants for mounting the carbon plates. The Standard-Version, the turnbuckle mounting hole on the outside position on the arm. This can be used with the standard turnbuckle and ballcup. On the alternative-Version, the turnbuckle mounting hole on the inside position on the arm. Ballcup and turnbuckle have to be shortened in length. This variant is more progressive than the standard variant and even better for high-grip tracks.