Hmm, lets see. Teague motor, and who was driving the boat in that power boat test? I hate to say it but the BS printed in those magazines has ruined their credibility with me. I feel some of the tests are reliable, and some just are out there and it is hard to not to take every number printed with a grain of salt. Word to the weary. If you build a motor for a hull and use magazine tests as the basis for how much HP you need to get the speeds they are reporting, then don't be surprised if your boat is 10 MPH slower than expected. At those speeds it takes approx 200 HP to get 10 MPH so if you add that to your motor plan you will get close. I normally don't feel negatively about a white lie here and there, but since I have owned a radar gun I have seen how large some of these lies can be and that is just plain irresponsible. Just my .02.