Yamaha Dt200 2022 Specs
Yamaha Dt200 2022 Specs. The Yamaha DT200 is a dual-purpose motorcycle produced during the 1980s, 1990s, and continued into the 2000s (decade) by the Yamaha Motor Company. Although never imported into the US, the rest of the world, including Canada, received some of these models. The DT200LC went into production in 1983. It was also very similar to the DT125LC. The WR200 also uses a larger Mikuni TM30SS carburetor. WR200 frame, tank, seat, plastic, fork, swing arm, pilotis, rear shocks and different electrics of the DT200R.
In Canada, the new model had been sold until 1996. This continued in South America, the Middle East, Europe, Australia and Africa. It spawned the DT125, in two versions and the WR200. Today it has been redesigned as the DT230R, as well as the DT200R for South America, which is a hybrid of the LC and R competition models for the DT200R from the Suzuki TS200RM, imported into Canada from 1991 to 1993. Honda. Honda has never imported a CRM250 higher up in North America.
DT200 or WR200 use liquid cooled, oil injected, (autolube) reed inducted case, Y.P.V.S. power valved (electronically operated power valve system while motocross bikes are equipped with a mechanically operated power valve system), flat slide carburetor, resin reeds, single cylinder, 2 stroke engine. As a dual-purpose bicycle, designed for both on and off-road use, Yamaha has 2 other models, the DT200WR with the oil pump code 3xp, which is only sold in the Japanese home market, and the WR200R with the premix, coded 4bf.
The WR200R is sold in Canada, the United States and many other countries around the world. The WR200R is sold as an off-road model only and has much in common with the DT200WR. Some of the differences between the “R” and “WR” models are the oil pump, carburetor, TM30SS vs. TM28SS, larger reed cage with 6 petals vs 4 petals, longest end gear for 3xp gas tank, plastic vs steel tank, slightly shorter seat height on the DT200WR model, with the same design in the whole body generally 3xp is the model for daily use, plus 10 kg of weight. The WR200R cylinder has an exhaust boost port, while the DT200R does not. In addition, the DT200WR has oil injection. But is it possible that the Yamaha Dt200 2022 Specs will be published with the latest model next year, there is a lot of hope there and hopefully the Yamaha company will continue to update its old bikes with the latest version.
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Specifications Yamaha DT200
• Displacement: 195 c.c., Bore & Stroke: 66 m.m. X 57 m.m.
• 6.4:1 . Compression Ratio
• NGK BR9ES spark plug, Gap:.7 to .8 m.m.
• Carburetor: One Mikuni TM28SS
• Start: Main Kick
• Ignition: C.D.I., Generator: Flywheel Magneto
• Cooling Capacity: 1.20 liters (including all routes)
• Fuel Capacity: 10 liters with a reserve of 1.8 liters.
• Oil Tank Capacity: 1.2 L (1.1 Imperial liters; 1.38 US liters) (Engine Oil)
• Transmission: 6 speed, Transmission Oil: SE type 10W30 OIL, Periodic Change: 0.75 liters, Total Amount: 0.80 liters
• Stock Gearing: (F / R) 13 teeth / 43 teeth, Chain: 528V6 / Daido, Links: 105+ joints, Free Play: 25–40 m.m.
• Caster Angle: 27.5 m.m., Trace: 113 m.m.
• Maximum Load: Front: 47 kg, Rear: 134 kg.
• Tire Size:(F/R) 3.00-21″, 4.60-18″.
• Tire Pressure: (F/R in PSI) Up to 90 kg: 18/22, 90 kg up to Max. Load: 22/26, Off Road: 18/22.
• Wheel Size :(F/R) 21″ X 1.60″, 18″ X 2.15″
• Brakes: front, 230 m.m. with single piston caliper, rear, 220 m.m. with single piston calipers (1989 and later)
• Horsepower: 33 bhp / 8500 rpm, Torque: 23.5 Nm (17.4 lb-ft) / 7500 rpm
• Standing quarter mile:14.73 seconds @ 138.46 km/h (Cycle Canada January 1989)
• Top speed: 142 km/h 88mph
• Front Suspension: 41 m.m. front telescopic fork, damper rod, with air adjustment, 270 mm . travel
• Rear Suspension: “Monocross” remote reservoir single shock, adjustable preload and rebound damping, 270 mm . travel
• Minimum Ground Clearance: 12.4 inches / 315 m.m.
• Weight: Dry-108 kg / 238 lb, Wet-122 kg / 268 lb (Basic weight with full oil and fuel.)
The DT200R is a capable recreational bike, and has been used in enduro competition with some limited success, although it was never intended to be a competitive racer. This engine is a stealth motorcycle show sound test which is listed between 74 and 82 dbA. Meeting noise level requirements is never a problem.
The DT200R shares a similar engine case to the ATV BLASTER – But the Blaster isn’t an induction crank case like the DT200R. Both DT200R & Blaster crankshafts are compatible, DT200R pistons do not have ports like Blaster, but Blaster pistons can be used with DT200R. In Blaster version & some DT200WR versions the oil pump is not installed, an empty plug is installed above the oil pump drive.
The saddled Yamaha WR200 the above strainer has the same crank and same race as the DT200R & MTB blaster. The WR200’s crank housing is similar to the DT200R’s but with larger reed ports and a slightly revised shape of the induction port in the crank case. The WR200 has a larger cylinder bore size of 66.8 mm in diameter providing 9 cm of movement with standard 6.3:1 compression in standard form. The cylinders are nickel plated standard and have a slightly larger portage plus a two-port push on either side of the exhaust ports.