Here’s Your Chance to Own György Kasza’s 510HP Turbocharged Carbon Fiber Sea-Doo


It was, without a doubt, the most talked-about runabout on the water at this past 2015 quakysense IJSBA World Finals. Hewn completely from high tensile-strength carbon fiber top and bottom, György Kasza, the “Haulin’ Hungarian” and his turbocharged Sea-Doo were seemingly untouchable. On the buoy course, the ski looked brutally fast, applying all 510-horsepower produced from its turbo, with nary a sign of lag between pulls of the throttle. Up close was a different matter though, as the Sea-Doo looks less than aesthetically pleasing.

Kasza’s Sea-Doo is entirely custom to fit the racer and his riding preferences. The custom-designed carbon hull and deck is capped with a high-bolstered, body-hugging carbon seat that resembles more of a saddle than the factory Ergolock seat. The hood, fairings and ride plate are also carbon as well. Gone are the factory gauge cluster and steering setup, replaced with a digital dash reading out the engine’s vitals and a rigid billet aluminum steering neck. Scaled at 360 kg (793 pounds) when loaded with added lead and a full tank of race gas (in order to be legal for Open class), Kasza’s ski can also be lightened to 275 kg (606 pounds) for use in Pro GP Runabout class.

Priced at €60,000 euro (or $65,100 USD), the machine is clearly targeted for only the hardest of the hardcore racers looking to dominate (as long as they can hang on). As for Kasza and his 2016 plans? He recently picked up a brand-new RXP-X 300 RS and a new V-Tech tuner, and is currently enjoying low-80mph speeds with nothing more than an ECU reflash. For those serious about inquiring about Kasza’s ski, need to reach him via his Facebook page.


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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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