A little off topic, but I think you can get a very decent stir-fry with one of those portable butane burners. I have the Iwatani 35fw model and it can put out about 15000 btu's for a little bit of time. It's very well made and heavy duty enough to handle that type of heat. Best part is that you could take it outside and to that stir-fry outside. If your range is not powerful enough, I doubt your range exhaust will be able to take all the smoke that comes off of 15000 btu's.
Another alternative would be to go induction. I also have an induction cooker that is made for a wok. So instead of the glass top being flat it has a concave surface to accommodate a wok. But you must have a 36cm wok, as this is the right size to fit inside the indent. Too small and the wok wobbles and doesn't quite sit right. Too big and it is steady but the cooking area has been reduced, the sides don't go up as high.
I will also say that the induction does put out about 1800watts of power, which is enough to sizzle things inside, but the cooking area is rather small. Also since it's induction the sides don't get nearly as hot as if it was a flame wicking up the sides of the wok.
But either way, that electric wok will not be hot enough to produce a more restaurant style wok dish. I will say that I have modified my outdoor dirty kitchen's gas range to replicate that one big column of fire, that you can find in a commercial Chinese kitchen. Not that much heat, but more than enough to cause smoke alarms to go off if I cooked with this much heat indoors.
My range has cast iron diffusers which can be easily taken off the burner. But I will also say that it is a very unstable fire, it will go out if the burner is too high, or too low. But the sucker sure is loud and replicates that delicious noise of a jet engine. Don't ask me how many BTU's it's putting out, but it's as close as I want to get to a real one. Don't try this at home, unless you have all the equipment to put out a fire.