Snapshots from Hay Days 2010

Published in the October 2010 Issue Sledheads
"The freeride stars were on corporate duty at Hay Days. Chris Burandt signs a hat for photographer Todd Williams, while Keith Curtis demonstrates how he uses his thumb to dominate hillclimb events.
"If you're going to stand in line for a beer, you might as well super size it.
"Hay Days is loosing its stereotype of being a flatlander/lake racer show.
"Team Arctic had an autograph assembly line on Saturday. Tucker Hibbert also announced at Hay Days his commitment to the full ISOC national snocross series.

If anything should tell you that it's time to run your gear through the wash and get ready for winter, it's the fall snowmobile show circuit. We joined the traffic jam and, eventually, the show this year. Take a look:

Yamaha announced its partnership with Mountain Performance and Push Turbo to offer exclusive supercharger and turbo kits to Yamaha Nytro MTX riders. The kits bump power output up to 180 horsepower on premium pump gas. The MPI supercharger kit will put out 6 psi of boost; the Push Turbo kit will run 8 psi. All fuel controls are preset and non-adjustable, and Yamaha will maintain the sled's factory warranty with these kits, available through Yamaha dealers. Booth kits retail for $3,995 and are intended for elevations above 6,000 feet.

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