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Welcome to the Teague Custom Marine blog.  For over forty years, we’ve been focused on the high performance marine industry, hands-on and at the cutting edge of new technology and innovation for both pleasure boaters and racers.  We invite you to visit us here often.  Our purpose is to bring you timely and accurate information and insight about what’s happening in the world of high performance boating.  You can count on us to give you straight answers and good advice.  We also encourage you to comment and become involved in the total process.  Let’s get this journey started – again, welcome aboard.

Teague On Tech: Q & A with Bob Teague August 2019

As seen in Speedboat Magazine’s August 2019 Issue.

Oil Pump Issues

Dear Bob:

I have a Schiada V-drive with a carbureted turbocharged 540 cubic inch big block Chevy coupled to a Turbo 400 transmission. Recently, I noticed erratic oil pres-sure and now it is very low, especially at idle. The motor has a solid roller cam, so I don’t hear any lifter noise, and seems to run OK, but I am afraid to run it. The oil pressure gauge is mechanical, so I think the low pressure readings are accurate. Can you give me any ideas of what the problem might be?

Jason Miller Parker, AZ

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Complimentary Shipping on CMI Headers In August!

Teague Custom Marine is offering complementary shipping* on performance marine exhaust systems from (CMI) Custom Marine Inc. During the month of August, Teague Custom Marine customers can enjoy complementary shipping when they purchase complete, stocking sets of CMI Exhaust Headers – offer is valid for orders that are received during the period of August 1-31, 2019. Continue reading

Teague Power Dominates the 71st Annual Catalina Ski Race

The 71st running of the Catalina Water Ski Race, dubbed ‘The World’s Greatest Ski Race’ was Saturday, July 20, 2019.  The official event website highlights the ski race’s “rich 70 year history, quality of competition, and challenge of the open ocean” as some of the reasons the event has earned worldwide notoriety over the decades.

Skier Cameron Obsorne on board Sean Moore’s twin TCM 825 EFI-powered 42’ Fountain “Extreme Insanity” who went on to win 3rd Place Overall. Photo by Colby Barritt

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