Yamaha TW200

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The Yamaha TW200 hit the Japanese and North American markets in 1987.

The North American versions were almost identical to the domestic Japanese versions, but were sold with a prefix in the name - Trailway. The TW200 positioned itself as a versatile off-road motorcycle designed for cross-country riding, however, more road tires began to be installed from the 1990s, and the model could be used for city riding.

Main competitors:

In 1998, in parallel with the regular version, the Yamaha TW200E version began to be offered in the domestic Japanese market, which received the scrambler style, more precisely the classic round headlight, and since 1999 this version has completely replaced the simple TW200. Since 2000, the Japanese TW200E received a front disc brake (instead of a drum), and in 2001 it was finally discontinued and in 2002 was replaced by Yamaha TW225.

Export versions Yamaha TW200 (Trailway) ' and Yamaha TW200E (this name was used for European and Canadian versions, and unlike Japanese, had a traditional rectangular headlight, that is, they were identical to American and Japanese TW200) were produced unchanged until 2000 inclusive, after which they underwent minor changes - in particular, the front drum brake was replaced with a disc brake (as on the Japanese TW200E, 2000-2001), and the Trailway prefix in the name of the American versions was removed.

The Yamaha TW200 / E is currently available in the US and Canadian markets.



Specifications Yamaha TW200 / E:

ModelYamaha TW200
Motorcycle typeenduro / scrambler
Release year1987+
Engine type1-cylinder, 4-stroke
Working volume196 cm³
Bore / stroke67.0 x 55.7 mm
Compression ratio9.5: 1
Number of valves per cylinderSOHC, 2 valves
Fuel supply systemCarburetor, 1x 28 mm
Ignition typeCDI
Maximum power16.0 h.p. (12.0 kW) at 8000 rpm
Maximum torque15.0 Nm (1.52 kg-m) at 7000 rpm
Drive typechain
Front tire size130 / 80-18 (66P)
Rear tire size180 / 80-14 (78P)
Front brakesDrum - TW200 (Japan), TW200E (1998-1999, Japan), TW200 / E (export, 1987-2000)

1 disc, 220 mm, 2-piston caliper - TW200E (2000-2001, Japan), TW200 / E (export, 2001+)

Rear brakesDrum
Front suspensionTelescopic Fork, 160mm Travel
Rear suspensionPendulum with monoshock, stroke - 150 mm
Motorcycle length2060 mm - TW200 / E (1987-2000, export)

2090 mm - TW200 (1987-1998, Japan), TW200E (Japan)

Motorcycle width830 mm - TW200 / E (1987-2000, export)

815 mm - TW200 (1987-1998, Japan), TW200E (1998-1999, Japan)

820 mm - TW200E (2000-2001, Japan)

Motorcycle height1105 mm - TW200 / E (1987-2000, export)

1115 mm - TW200 (1987-1998, Japan)

1090 mm - TW200E (1998-1999, Japan)

1110 mm - TW200E (2000-2001, Japan)

Wheelbase1325 mm - TW200 / E (1987-2000, export)

1330 mm - TW200 (1987-1998, Japan), TW200E (Japan)

Saddle height790 mm
Minimum ground clearance250 mm

260 mm - TW200E (2000-2001, Japan), TW200 / E (export, 2001+)

Acceleration to 100 km / h14.75 sec
Maximum speed114 km / h
Fuel consumption3.02 l / 100 km
Fuel tank capacity7.0 l
Motorcycle weight (curb)126 kg - TW200 / E (export), TW200 (Japan), TW200E (1998-1999, Japan)

128 kg - TW200E (2000-2001, Japan)

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