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       4th Annual PSSA Vintage Snowmobile                                   Show

4th Annual PSSA Vintage Snowmobile Show is held in conjuction with the PSSA Powersports Show, Oct. 26th through Oct. 28th

Judging will be held on Sunday October 28th, 2012. 

Sleds can arrive after 12:00 noon on Friday Oct. 26th or starting at 8:00 am on Sat or Sunday. 

Show is held inside! Theres lots of classes and plaques. 

Any questions please call Doug Blauch at 717-383-3559 or Matt Blauch at 717-383-3558. Directions and more info check out http://www.papowersports.com. Hope to see you all there!

                                   Snowdeo Show


The Snodeo will be a judged Vintage Show and Wwap Meet with dash placques and trophies will be awarded back three places. There will be 15 classes. Trophies will be awarded at 2:00pm. More information will follow. Entries will be $5.00 per sled, 3 or more sleds will be $15.00. Venodors will be charged $10.00. There will be food available for purchase. 

Looking foward to see everyone in December. Please help is make this a great first juded show at the Snodeo.




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Yamaha announces new Nytro

Yamaha's racy 130-horse FX Nytro XTX has been around for several years, but for 2013 will feature refinements to improve performance both on and off the trail.

This year Yamaha takes aim directly at the off-trail crossover segment of the rough-trail market with its new Nytro XTX 1.75.

The number signifies its bigger 1.75-inch track lugs on the new 15x144-inch Backcountry track. These big lugs put Nytro in line with other popular crossovers that riders are using off-trail upwards of 70% of the time, the deeper lugs give it better propulsion and flotation for playing in powder than the smaller 1.25-inch lugs on the standard Nytro track.

Plus this means the powerful 3-cylinder 4-stroke sled is ready to pop on a trailer and haul out West to run in the steeps, with no clutching or gearing changes needed, part of what Team Blue calls its Yamaha advantage. 2-strokes usually need some adjusting for good performance in the mountains.

But there's more new with Nytro than just the track. The 1.75 gets a load of upgrades to help improve handling. That starts with a new Yamaha ski, the Tuner Dual-Keel ski that aims to cut darting and provide more predictable handling, easier steering and minimal ski lift.

The compression molded Tuner features two keels and two runners that are slightly angled to improve snow evacuation, letting the runners do a better job. For the record, they are 20mm wide at the keel's base and 21 mm deep. For those keeping track they also are about 1 lb. lighter per ski than the previous 8HV single keel skis. On the new skis you can mix and match a variety of runners with shorter or longer carbides and square or rounded edges so you can personally tune the skis and sled to fit your riding style, or the conditions you are going to be riding in.

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