Introducing the 2016 Backie Chan’s

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New for 2016, we now offer 3 different material schedules to select from when designing your custom Backie Chan. In an effort to keep with the roots and passion of the original brand; we have created a product naming scheme sure for everyone to enjoy.

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The Backie Chan FURY – $3495 – The 90 lb fiberglass hull, perfect for entry level riders and surf riding.

The Backie Chan RUSH – $4995 – The same stable and carveable hull, the Rush is a hybrid fiberglass / carbon fiber hull utilizing carbon fiber in the bonding and construction process to bring you a hull with a target weight of 75 lbs.

The Backie Chan SHAOLIN – $5995 – Our new flat water competition hull. Weighing in at 65 lbs, this Chan is constructed and bonded with a mix of composite materials to bring you a lighter and more balanced hull for competition.

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All 3 hulls are built using a Monocoque constructed design. This means that all tops and decks are fused along the entire joint into a single solid unit using either fiber glass or carbon fiber depending upon the model.sexy-ass-backie-chan

 

Estimated weights can range +/- 5%, and is weighed as bare hull only. No scupper tubes, turf, or any other additional parts are included during the weighing process.

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Another new feature that we have added to options on the 2016 models is the ability to move the foot wells +1 or +2 inches forward for different riding styles. While the standard colors are black and white; don’t forget that we have literally hundreds of Gel-Coat color options available to customize your Chan. Backie Chan color Chart!

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All Backie Chan Hulls come standard with straight thru-hull aluminum exhaust tube, steering tube, dual 1/2 in water inlet lines, and one 1/2 in line for trim cable. Additional 1/2 in water cooling tubes are available for custom builds requiring 3 or 4 cooling lines.

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