The Honda TR200, aka Fat Cat, is an off-road motorcycle first released in 1986. The Fat Cat is targeted at beginning dirt bike enthusiasts and recreational hobbyists. The bike is unique for using two wide ATV tires and not the thinner tires found on most dirt bikes.
There are two Fat Cat models for the years 1986 and 1987. Both Fat Cat models have white side panels, fenders, frame and handlebars. The tires are also painted white. The seat, fuel tank and forks are painted blue. The Fat Cat name decal is orange and yellow with white trim. The Fat Cat's rear tire is 23.7 inches by 8.00 inches. The fuel tank capacity is 1.9 gallons. The Fat Cat has both front and rear drums for braking. The 1987 Fat Cat is much the same as the 1986 model, with the main difference being that the engine is painted silver instead of black.
Engine and Suspension
The Fat Cat's engine is a single cylinder, air-cooled, single overhead camshaft (SOHC) engine. It has a 199.1-cc displacement with a bore and stroke of 65 mm by 60 mm. The five-speed, automatic clutch has both a kick and an electric starter. The carburetor is a 24-mm Keihin brand. The Fat Cat's front suspension is telescopic forks that are 5.9 inches long. The rear suspension is a single shock with a length of 4.7 inches.
Length, Wheelbase, and other specifications
The length of the Fat Cat is 79.5 inches. The motorcycle has a wheelbase of 53.7 inches and is 32.3 inches wide. The ground clearance is 9.1 inches and it has a seat height of 29.7 inches