Yamaha DT 200WR


Make Model

Yamaha DT 200WR


1991 - 92


Two stroke, single-cylinder.


195 cc / 12.2 cu-in
Bore x Stroke 66 х 57 mm
Cooling Systom Liquid cooled
Compression Ratio 6.4:1


Single Mikuni TM28SS


Starting Primary Kick

Max Power

33 hp /  24.6 kW @ 8500 rpm 

Max Torque

23.5 N-m / 17.4 lb-ft @ 7500 rpm
Clutch et plate


6 Speed
Final Drive Chain
Frame Aluminum

Front Suspension

Telescopic front fork; air adjustable
Rear Wheel Travel 272 mm / 10.6 in

Rear Suspension

Monocross, single shock swingarm;adjustable preload and compression dampening
Rear Wheel Travel 272 mm / 10.6 in

Front Brakes

Single disc

Rear Brakes

Single disc

Front Tyre


Rear Tyre

Ground Clearance 315 mm / 12.4 in
Oil Tank Capacity 1.2 Litres / 1.38 US quarts

Dry Weight

108 kg / 238 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

10 Litres / 2.75 US gal

Standing ¼ Mile  

14.73 sec / 138.46 km/h

Top Speed

162 km/h

The Yamaha DT200 is a dual-purpose motorcycle manufactured during the 1980s, '90s,and continues into the '00s by the Yamaha Motor Company. Though never imported into the U.S.A., the rest of the world, including Canada, received this model. It received a redesign for 1989, and became a match for Kawasaki's KDX200 off-road machine. In Canada, the new model sold there until 1996. It continued on in South America, the Middle East, Europe,Australia, and Africa. It spawned the DT125, in two versions, as well as a WR200. Today it has been redesigned as a DT230R. Competition for the DT200R came from Suzuki's TS200RM, imported into Canada from 1993 until 1995. Honda never imported its superior CRM250 into North America. The DT200 used a liquid cooled, oil injected, (autolube) case reed inducted, Y.P.V.S. power valved, single cylinder, 2 stroke engine. As a dual-purpose bike, it was designed for on and off road use, and is street legal in Canada. The WR200 cylinder had exhaust boost ports, whereas the DT200 didn't. In addition, the DT200 had oil injection