This 100 HP Micro Jet Boat is at the top of our Christmas wishlists

Grind Hard Plumbing Co isn’t exactly a stranger to ridiculous custom builds. Some of you may have met the crew behind the Sent and folded podcast when they transformed a hot pink Jeep Barbie into a supercharged ATV capable of logging 85 MPH; or when they converted a toy Chevy Camaro into an off-roader and snow kart. Now they’re back in the viral spotlight with something just as crazy dubbed the “Micro Jet Boat.”

“This is a project that people have been asking for from the start – and it’s going to be amazing,” explained GHPC’s Ethan.

“That’s pretty much the coolest thing I’ve ever seen [laughs.]. It’s a tiny six foot [182-centimetre] jet boat hull, and we’re going to put a jet ski engine in it, and then tow it behind our Barbie Jeep.



Grind Hard Plumbing Co Micro Jet Boat

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Of course, Ethan and his partner(s) in crime won’t get to work on the Micro Jet Boat until an entire year of procrastinating post-hull delivery. As we all know, good things don’t just come in small packages. They take time.

The guys got to work dismantling a neglected Kawasaki jet ski that was lying around in the garden – because why wouldn’t they have something like that lying around? – and clean the innards with the intention of repurposing its 100-horsepower engine. Time-lapse of the Cue workshop.

Without boring you with every minute detail about the design of the custom intake, water flow, soundproofing, and micro-seat installation process, the team at Grind Hard Plumbing Co finally pulled it off. to ensure that it is airworthy. The total weight? An impressive weight of 254 pounds (115 kilograms).

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“Oh my god…I can’t wait to do this more,” Ethan said after shredding the first proper lake test.

The reactions that followed from associates of Grind Hard Plumbing Co were of a similar sentiment.



“Man, this thing is crazy! What the hell?! Man…that was crazy, actually. So fast!”

Suffice it to say that the Micro Jet Boat is Most likely the second most fun you can have without wearing pants (and certainly the most fun you can have without pants in public). But there is a nugget of bad news…

Sadly, there’s no way in hell that something this awesome will ever be commercially available. At least not immediately. Those of you with deep pockets could always try to squeeze in the DMs of Grind Hard Plumbing Co.

You can check out the Micro Jet Boat journey from conception to lake testing via the YouTube playlist here. Or get the abbreviated experience with featured videos above and below.

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