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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 November/December 2021

As seen in Speedboat Magazine’s
November/December 2021 Issue.

HYDRAULIC ROLLER LIFTERS

Dear Bob:

I am building a 540 cubic inch Mark IV big block Chevy. I am looking at hydraulic roller lifters. I plan to run a cam with .632″ lift. I noticed there is a Johnson standard lifter and a Johnson high lift lifter. Could you recommend one over the other? Thanks!

Byron Scholle  
Cincinnati, OH

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Teague On Tech: Q & A with Bob Teague September/October 2021

As seen in Speedboat Magazine’s
September/October 2021 Issue.

Low Oil Pressure

Dear Bob:

I have a 2000 Mercury carbureted HP500 with an M3 ProCharger in my boat. Last winter, after 470 hours of operation, I had the engine rebuilt. I had asked the builder to install a high flow oil pump; however, I believe he installed a standard Melling M77 oil pump. Prior to the rebuild, my engine had oil pressure of 70 to 75 PSI at WOT (5,000 rpm). Now, the highest oil pressure is 45 psi.

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