Honda CB200T: review, history, specs

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Honda CB200
Manufacturer
Also called CB200 disc, CB 200 disc, CB200 Disc, CB 200 Disc, CB 200
Production 1972 - 1978
Class Classic
Predecessor Honda CB175
Engine
two cylinder boxer, four-stroke
Bore / Stroke 55.5mm x 41.0mm
Compression ratio 9.0:1
Top Speed 77 mph (124 km/h)
Horsepower 16.63 HP (12.4 KW) @ 9000RPM
Fuel System carburetor
Transmission Gear box: 5-speed

Final Drive: chain

Clutch: wet plate
Suspension Front: telescopic fork
Rear: dual shock absorbers
Brakes Front: single disc
Rear: expanding brake
Front Tire 2.75-18
Rear Tire 3.00-18
Weight 142.0 kg (wet)
Recommended Oil Honda GN4 10W-40
Fuel Capacity 2.91 Gallon (11.00 Liters)
Related Honda CB125, Honda CB160, Honda CB175
Manuals Service Manual


The Honda CB200 was a two cylinder boxer, four-stroke Classic motorcycle produced by Honda between 1972 and 1978. It could reach a top speed of 77 mph (124 km/h). Claimed horsepower was 16.63 HP (12.4 KW) @ 9000 RPM. The CB200T’s most recognizable characteristic is the "vinyl roof"-style three-inch-wide padded strip on the fuel tank’s spine.

Engine[edit]

1976 Honda CB200T engine closeup

The engine was a air cooled two cylinder boxer, four-stroke. A 55.5mm bore x 41.0mm stroke result in a displacement of just 198.0 cubic centimeters. Fuel was supplied via a overhead cams (ohc).

Drive[edit]

The bike has a 5-speed transmission. Power was moderated via the wet plate.

Chassis[edit]

It came with a 2.75-18 front tire and a 3.00-18 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via single disc in the front and a expanding brake in the rear. The front suspension was a telescopic fork while the rear was equipped with a dual shock absorbers. The CB200 was fitted with a 2.91 Gallon (11.00 Liters) fuel tank.

1972 Honda CB 200[edit]

The 1972 MY Honda CB 200 has, at its heart, an air-cooled, four-stroke, 196cc, twin cylinder powerplant, mated to a five-speed manual transmission with a chain final drive, that can reach a maximum power output of 17 horsepower at 9.000 rpm.

Also, it has been fitted with features such as laced wheels, a dual seat, a front disc brake coupled to a rear drum brake, wide handlebars, analogue instrumentation dials, a large, round headlight, a chromed, dual exhaust system, a blacked-out, steel frame, a telescopic front fork and dual shock absorbers as a rear suspension.


1973 Honda CB 200[edit]

The 1973 MY Honda CB 200 has standard features such as laced wheels, a dual seat, a front disc brake coupled to a rear drum brake, wide handlebars, analogue instrumentation dials, a large, round headlight, a chromed, dual exhaust system, a blacked-out, steel frame, a telescopic front fork and dual shock absorbers as a rear suspension.

In the engine department it is powered by a four-stroke, air-cooled, 196cc, twin cylinder powerhouse, that was paired to a five-speed manual transmission with a chain final drive, and could produce a claimed 17 horsepower at 9.000 rpm.


1974 Honda CB200T[edit]

The 1974 MY Honda CB 200 boasts a maximum power output of 17 horsepower at 9.000 rpm from its air-cooled, four-stroke, 196cc, twin cylinder powerplant that was mated to a five-speed manual transmission with a chain final drive.

In addition, it has been fitted with laced wheels, a dual seat, a front disc brake coupled to a rear drum brake, wide handlebars, analogue instrumentation dials, a large, round headlight, a chromed, dual exhaust system, a blacked-out, steel frame, a telescopic front fork and dual shock absorbers as a rear suspension.


1976 CB200T[edit]


For the 1975 model year, the CB200T got a disc brake up front. Oddly enough, though, it was manipulated by a cable, rather than the near-universal hydraulic system. [1]

In Media[edit]


References[edit]

  1. 1975 Honda CB200T. Hemmings Daily. Retrieved on 2019-05-23.


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