Let’s start with the question of conscience: if you had a 900+ horsepower Skyline engine, would you put it in a boat? It’s cool, as this speedboat with Nissan Skyline engine proves. And everyone can enjoy the sound on the water. The engine is a mix of the most famous Skyline engine, the RB26, and the lesser known RB30. This Frankenstein monster was then upgraded to 3.4 liters of engine capacity and a large turbo boosts the power to 914 hp and 1,073 Nm.
How do you adjust a car engine when it’s already in the boat? With a rather ingenious construction where the builder mounts a drive shaft where the screw is located, in order to drive a differential that in turn is mounted in a power bank via two shafts. The Skyline-powered speedboat was up for sale at the beginning of this year, but it looks like you’re too late. Below you can enjoy what beautyshots. Oh, and there is still a watercraft with a V8 engine for sale.