Honda motorcycle, C200, CA200, C201, Touring 90


C200 (CA200) 1963-66

OVERVIEW

  • The Honda C200 was very similar to the C201 with one major difference
    • The C200 had a push rod 90cc engine while the C201 had an overhead cam 90cc engine
    • The C201 developed into the S90 in succeeding years
  • It had the look of the Dream series with a front fender that had a reverse curve at the back end
  • It was also called the CA200 and was produced from 1963 to 1966

Engine

Engine Type
  • Engine type: 87cc OHV single cylinder
  • There was no electric start — only a kick start
Spark plug D8HA
Plug gap .028

DRIVETRAIN

Transmission It had a 4-speed transmission with a manual clutch

CHASSIS / SUSPENSION / BRAKES

N/A

DIMENSION

N/A

OTHER

  • Colors:
    • White
    • Black
    • Scarlet Red
    • (Blue was available in Canada and some other countries)
  • The fuel tank had chrome panels with black rubber knee pads
  • The serial number began C200-1000001 (or CA200-1000001).

C201

Engine

Engine Type 89cc OHC Single cylinder
Spark plug D6HA
Plug gap .028

DRIVETRAIN

Transmission 4-speed with a manual clutch

CHASSIS / SUSPENSION / BRAKES

N/A

DIMENSION

N/A

OTHER

  • The Honda C201 was a transition model between the C200 and the S90
  • It was sold in Canada in 1967, but apparently not in the United States
  • The body was the same as the C200, but the engine was the new OHC 90cc instead of the pushrod 90
  • In most places in Canada, it was sold alongside the C200 and even the S90
  • The serial number began C201-1000001

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