The Wolf Warrior 11+ is a monstrous cross between a downhill mountain bike, electric scooter and motocross racer.
The defining features of the Wolf Warrior are the giant front hydraulic fork instead of a single stem and the solid frame that wraps around the scooter like an exoskeleton. This beast is primarily designed for off-road however is also adept on the tarmac with road tyres available as a stock option.
While the structural components of the Wolf Warrior 11 were designed and made exclusively by Kaabo, the internals of this electric scooter are straight from MiniMotors. The motors, controller and EYE3 display are all borrowed from the Dualtron Thunder. With pedigree like this you know its got the power and capability to be extreme.
In terms of value its almost $1,500 cheaper than the Dualtron Thunder.
Unless you’ve ridden seriously powerful scooters like the Dualtron Thunder or X, it’s hard to communicate the power of the Wolf Warrior 11. To put it simply: the Wolf Warrior 11 has brutal acceleration. To get to the legal limit in Australia of 25kmh the Kaabo Wolf Warrior 11 does it in 1.9 seconds.
In the maxed-out turbo & dual motor mode, the scooter pounces so quick if you don't have your weight forward the unit will almost flip you off the back.
When launching the scooter under max power, you will slide side-to-side as both tyres spin & with the right weight distribution it will provide enough momentary traction to propel you forward.
Notably, there is zero acceleration lag. The throttle is very sensitive. Unless you’re used to riding ultra powerful electric scooters, you should probably put it in single motor mode as you get used to just how punchy this thing is.
Powered by dual 1200W hub motors which can output a total of 5400W of instantaneous power, the Wolf Warrior can dominate hills up to a 45° gradient.
For obvious reasons, the scooter comes equipped with front hydraulic and rear spring suspension which makes this a true all terrain vehicle.
Equipped with hydraulic ABS brakes and ventilated discs, the stopping ability can pull you up on a 20 cents piece .
In terms of tyres you have the choice of 11" in either off road or street tread styles.
You could truly get lost in the bush on this and still have the range to get back home. With a massive LG battery, the Wolf Warrior can travel a max range of 150km in single motor mode and you can cut the charging time in half by using two chargers to charge the scooter at once.
|KAABO WOLF WARRIOR 11+ SPECS|
|MAX SPEED||Limited to 25kmh (Private Roads - 80kmh)|
|MAX RANGE||150 KM|
|MAX LOAD||150 KG|
|BATTERY||60V 35AH (2352WH) LG|
|CHARGE TIME||14-17 Hours (7-9 Hrs with 2 chargers)|
1250 X 625 X 1250mm (Folded 1500 X 270 X 470mm)
|KAABO WOLF WARRIOR 11+ GEAR|
|MOTOR||FRONT 1200W + REAR 1200W|
|TYRES||11" TUBELESS PNEUMATIC (AVAILABLE IN OFF ROAD OR STREET TREAD)|
|BRAKES||FRONT AND REAR HYDRAULIC DISC WITH ABS|
|SUSPENSION||FRONT HYDRAULIC, REAR SPRINGS|
|LIGHTS||LED HEAD, TAIL AND BRAKE LIGHTS|
|DISPLAY||SPEED, BATTERY LEVEL, TRIP, SPEED MODE|
- Wolf Warrior 11 User Manual