Honda Phantom 200 Tire Pressure


What are the recommended tyre (tire) pressures for my Phantom? {Sandy, Thailand 2008 Honda Phantom 200}


The problem with locating information about this model is that it is not produced for the US or Canadian markets. At the time of this page's creation, it appears to be sold in the Asian markets of Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore. So I am limited in what information I can find.

The Honda Phantom 200 is one of the most popular cruiser style bikes in Thailand. Its 200cc single cylinder engine delivers a surprising amount of power. It is extremely economical, reliable and comfortable to ride, with exceptional handling and braking. From what information I can locate it gets 35 km/l {about 85 mpg}.

It would probably be considered a Scooter in the US even though it is styled after a standard cruiser streetbike.

Here are the technical specifications I was able to locate for it.

    Honda Asian Model Code: TA200
    Engine Type: 4 stroke, SOHC
    Volume Engine: 196.9 CC
    Bore x Stroke: 63.5 x 62.2 mm
    Cooling System: Air
    Compression ratio: 9.0: 1
    Transmission: 6 speed
    Ignition system: CDI
    Spark Plug: DPR8EA-9 (NGK) or X24EPR-U9 (DENSO)
    Dimension (LxWxH): 775 x 2256 x 1085 mm
    The wheel axis distance: 1505 mm
    Empty weight: 140 kg
    Suspension Front: Telescopic
    Rear Suspension: Dual Rear Shock Absorbers
    Brakes Front: Disc Brake (Dual piston caliper)
    Rear brake: Disc Brake (Dual piston caliper)
    Tires Front: 90 / 90 x 17 M / C Load Rating: 49P (tubeless)
    Rear tire: 130 / 90 x 15 M / C Load Rating: 66P (tubeless)
    Tank Capacity: 11.2 Liters
    Electrical: MF 12 Volt - 4.5 Ah

Honda Phantom 200cc

Tire pressures are listed in the owner’s manual. If you do not have the manual for your Phantom 200, I would recommend the same thing that I recommend for most US scooter and motorcycle models. Inflate your tires to 5 lbs under the maximum tire pressure listed on the tire sidewall.

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