Yamaha unveiled their 2014 personal watercraft lineup today, and judging by the looks of things performance is very much back in fashion. Highlighting the announcements was an all new Super Vortex High Output (SVHO) engine. Though it’s based on the company’s current 1.8-liter block, company reps claim nearly every component has been changed, upgraded, or enhanced. Highlights include a new supercharger with larger, 25-percent more efficient intercooler, larger injectors for greater fuel flow, a new stronger forged piston design, and a vastly more-efficient oil cooler. To handle the newfound power the SVHO engine has been matched to a larger, 160mm, eight-vane, race-inspired pump. Compared to the existing SHO engine, the SVHO is said to offer 20% more power and 60% greater boost.