Compare Super Turbo 800 vs eZip 1000

Super Turbo 800 vs eZip 1000

 Super Turbo 800-Elite Electric ScootereZip E-1000 Electric Scooter
Super Turbo 800-Elite Electric ScooterCurrie Technologies eZip E-1000 Electric Scooter
Official Price (2014-04-15)$499.00$699.00
MotorSuper Turbo 800watt DC 36v 2750 rpm motor1000W of Power from an Alloy Hi-Torque DC Neodymium Magnet Motor
Speed18-25 mph (depends on rider’s weight & terrain)Up to 15 mph / 24 km/h (depends on Rider Weight and Terrain)
Weight Limit250lbs on flat ground with stock gearing. 300lbs on flat ground with hill kit installed. Reduce weight by 50% when hills are involved.Do Not Exceed 260 lbs / 118 kg
Run Time/Range10-18 miles per charge; (range depends on rider’s weight, speed they are driving, and terrain) Special note= Hills and Heavy Rider Weight will greatly reduce RANGE.Up to 12 Miles / 19 km (Rider Weight and Terrain Contingent)
Charge Time6-8 Hours6-8 Hours
BATTERIES36v 12ah Deep Cell Lead Acid Batteries36V 10Ah
BATTERY CHARGE CYCLES(up to) 350 Charge Cycles200 Cycles
CHARGE SYSTEM110v input 48v output Smart Charger 2-color LED status indicator (Charger is Included)UL Listed Currie Smart Charger with LED Status Display
HEAD LIGHTLED Head Lightnot included
DRIVEChain patented Currie electro-drive direct drive system
BRAKESDisc / Caliper (Front & Rear)Front Linear Pull Brake with Power Modulator and Alloy Motor Inhibit Lever
WHEELSAlum. Mag Rim5-Spoke Alloy Wide Mag Wheels with Disc Rotors
TIRES4.10 ax 350 ax 4 ” CST All Terrain TiresCurrie Street Slick Tires 12.5”
DECKABS Resin – QRCarbon Fiber Design ABS Resin with Brand Logo Badge
FRAMEHigh-tensile SteelRear Swing-Arm Adjustable Suspension, High Tensile Steel with One-Piece Battery Box
Controller36v Smart Power Currie PWM Smart Power Microprocessor; 36-Volt fully potted with auto shut-off, relay protection, and battery gauge
WEIGHT90lbs81 lbs / 37 kg
HANDLEBARSBillet Stem – 20″ Race Barsexclusive Currie folding design and lay forward bars
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One thought on “Compare Super Turbo 800 vs eZip 1000

  1. rokky

    I have been looking at both these scooters and I like some of the features of both and some not so well.
    Tire size on the Super Turbo are wider and I like the twin power feature along with the hill climbing kit.
    However, I like the direct drive setup on the Ezip as it eliminates the hassle of a chain.
    The price difference can also be the deal breaker as the Super Turbo with the addition of most of the optional accessories offered is still within the price range of the Ezip 1000.
    Currie still makes a sturdy product as I have 4 of the old EV Warrior bikes that are bullet proof and I ride all the time.
    One is NOS and never been ridden.
    I would like to buy a scooter, but between these two its a difficult decision.
    I would love to hear from anyone who has first hand experience with either of these scooters.


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