John Kounelis (Street Articles Author)
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Hi there, I live in Melbourne Australia and enjoy being young at heart with a bit of humor thrown in for good measure. I'm married and have 2 teenage children. I work hard and enjoy my hobbies when I get a chance. My hobbies include, RC cars & planes, slot cars, art and DIY projects as I'm very handy and maybe the other reason why I work in a hardware store.

Would You Buy A New Or Used Rc Car?
What’s it going to be? Okay how about this, would you buy a new or used full size 1:1 car? That’s different, and how can you compare the two you might answer, yes true but it sometimes comes down to how financial you are at the time………..correct? It’s like anything…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Auto Racing   Mar 26, 2012  
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Make Your Rc Car Handle Like it Should Part II
Continued from Part I…………. Like full size racing cars rely on the tyre manufacturer supplying a race wining tyre combo for any given track this is no different for your RC car. Each track is unique in its surface and luckily members of a home track will in most cases…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Auto Racing   Mar 16, 2012  
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Make Your Rc Car Handle Like it Should Part I
Cruisin' It’s funny when you think about it, but your RC car has suspension that is set up similar to your full scale 1:1 car. If you’re old enough to drive or own a car you might even understand a little bit about how your car feels when the suspension…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Auto Racing   Mar 11, 2012  
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Are Brushless Motors For Your RC Car The Way To Go?
Brushless Motors And Why We Need Them Today in our fast past technological world, the wheels of evolution keep on turning along, with that, so does our motor technology too. What am I talking about? Our RC cars in the realm of electrics were (and still are) run by a…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Auto Racing   Mar 05, 2012  
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How to Maintain Your RC Car
It’s all well and good to grab your favorite RC car, either fill the gas tank with nitro or shove your batteries in and go drive it, but the truth is how is it all generally holding up? So you love to drive but sometimes you’re a bit slack when…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Auto Racing   Feb 27, 2012  
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How to Drive Your RC Car
Introduction So you have purchased your brand new RC car RTR (ready to race), or just finished assembling it from a kit. It’s gleaming and that paint job looks schmick. The look on your face has your mouth stretched ear to ear. The batteries are charged (sorry to all the…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Auto Racing   Feb 27, 2012  
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