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Honda Tiger 200cc


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Well, I think if you are looking at fuel consumption, Hawk is better than Tiger... But speed and pick-up confirm lose... =D

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True about the vibration thing.. And.. only buy from Ban Hon !.. becos 4% interest. Should be the lowest compared to other shops

 

4% ? basket.

when i was given a choice in paying full cash or installment, the fella quoted paying installment would be 6%.

lucky pay full cash.

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200cc got advantage over 150cc with pillon from traffic lights.Torque is enough to move off without having to rev much.Got an Uncle werking in Airport had been using for 2 mths and so far impressed.After break in and servicing he tried top speed in JB,Managed to get 145kmh...Maintaning 100-115kmh on highways not much problem.Wanna smooth top end downsize 2 size of your rear sprocket and see how.

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Hi owned a 2nd hand tiger FBE 1*** G, dont know if owner surfs here but when I bought it, the rack was done (Monorack + custom made metal support). Bike shop says he pay quite an amount for the bracket mod.

 

Anyways...

I'm looking for aftermarket pipe for Tiger, if anyone got lobang pls PM =D

Those Indo bikes have Yoshi installed.

 

i got lobang.... but do u dare to use? cos its illegal.....

i got street legal aftermarket parts for tiger 200 too, interested contact mi 96931904

Current P200 setup: Sinnob Sproc[15, 39], NGK platinum plug with spark booster, V3 racing coil, cheetah CDI[dual mode], broquet B2, DIY oiler, hazard light, DIY gnding, PE28[pj-38, mj-120], open pod filter

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Those who ride this bike. Do u have any problems on servicing?

 

Take note this is a 2B bike from Honda, so standard servicing applies. Own the bike for 10 mths now, servicing I have done include changing EO, spark plugs, every ~3 mths like that. Other stuff I have done include changing to aftermarket mirrors, headlight bulb, wash air filter, etc. I suspected my carburator had some problems, so I had it serviced as well to be safe. So far no problems, in terms of bike workshops servicing the bike cause at the end of the day, it's just like any other 2B bike.

Ride Free, Ride Hard, and Ride Safe.

Current ride:Hyundai i30 CW (Sept 2016 - Present)

Yamaha FZ1-S (Aug 2014 - Present)

Previous ride: Honda Tiger 200 (Oct 2009 - Jun 2012)

Suzuki GSR 600 (Jun 2012 - Sept 2013)

Hyundai Matrix (Jun 2013 - Aug 2016)
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Take note this is a 2B bike from Honda, so standard servicing applies. Own the bike for 10 mths now, servicing I have done include changing EO, spark plugs, every ~3 mths like that. Other stuff I have done include changing to aftermarket mirrors, headlight bulb, wash air filter, etc. I suspected my carburator had some problems, so I had it serviced as well to be safe. So far no problems, in terms of bike workshops servicing the bike cause at the end of the day, it's just like any other 2B bike.

 

Ok Thanks! So how long would u intend to ride this bike ?

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Ok Thanks! So how long would u intend to ride this bike ?

 

Guess will continue riding this bike for the time being until time/opportunity is right for me to upgrade/change bike... =)

Ride Free, Ride Hard, and Ride Safe.

Current ride:Hyundai i30 CW (Sept 2016 - Present)

Yamaha FZ1-S (Aug 2014 - Present)

Previous ride: Honda Tiger 200 (Oct 2009 - Jun 2012)

Suzuki GSR 600 (Jun 2012 - Sept 2013)

Hyundai Matrix (Jun 2013 - Aug 2016)
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Anybody here try the top speed already? Just keen to know....

 

I have hit between 125 to 130km/h on straight clear road. But that is the max speed for stock condition bike, cause when full throttle, it will not go any faster. Anyway, cruising between 90-110km/h is effortless on the the Tiger... :D... Upsss for the 6th gear!

Ride Free, Ride Hard, and Ride Safe.

Current ride:Hyundai i30 CW (Sept 2016 - Present)

Yamaha FZ1-S (Aug 2014 - Present)

Previous ride: Honda Tiger 200 (Oct 2009 - Jun 2012)

Suzuki GSR 600 (Jun 2012 - Sept 2013)

Hyundai Matrix (Jun 2013 - Aug 2016)
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@PolarisX, hi bro, i'm eyeing this bike after passing my tp.. how's the maintenance n FC like on this bike? how much was OTR for this bike? appreciate if u can share some of your experience and thoughts! cheers

 

Like i mentioned before, this is a class 2B bike from Honda, hence it's just basic maintenance like EO and spark plugs. Should not be in excess on $20-30 per 3 mths or so. The fuel tank is ~13L but I never like to hit reserve, so I usually pump when around 2 L left. So 11L on shell 95 gives me about 400 km these days. Last time managed to stretch at around 450km, but I dont do it anymore. I bought it like almost a year ago, bike ($6.8k) + insurance (tpft 22 yr $900+) to total was close to around $8k for me.

 

So far the bike is pretty good. No major issues so far. Pick-up wise is good, then crusing speed of 90-110 is pretty good. Nowadays i maintain 90 km/h, dont wanna risk go faster. Up to gear 5 can reach abt 85km/h... so higher need to change to gear 6. Both front and back is disc brake also. Yup...

Ride Free, Ride Hard, and Ride Safe.

Current ride:Hyundai i30 CW (Sept 2016 - Present)

Yamaha FZ1-S (Aug 2014 - Present)

Previous ride: Honda Tiger 200 (Oct 2009 - Jun 2012)

Suzuki GSR 600 (Jun 2012 - Sept 2013)

Hyundai Matrix (Jun 2013 - Aug 2016)
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There is one uncle selling icecreams in tampines. His Icecream cart is fitted with brand new fbe plate Tiger :)

I was really shocked to see that.

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There is one uncle selling icecreams in tampines. His Icecream cart is fitted with brand new fbe plate Tiger :)

I was really shocked to see that.

 

 

i saw him at sengkang riverside park just now, nice ride !!

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Hey all. I thought it would be useful to post some personal feedback on the Tiger, cause some of you may be wondering how this bike is like in the long-term, and many of you have concerns maintanance-wise. My Tiger just recently crossed the 1 year mark, and should be hitting the 10,000 km mileage in the next one-two weeks or so. Anyway just last week went for routine maintanance again, changed EO and sparkplug. After trial-and-tested methods with diff grades of EO, I think semi-synthetic is the best for the Tiger. My last 2 EO changes were semi-synthetic and the bike performs very well with it. Earlier on I used fully-syn, but I felt that it was a lil to 'smooth' to a point where I couldnt 'feel' the bike. Each time I change EO, i change the sparkplug as well. So damage in total is ~$20.

 

I believe that given the time-frame and mileage clocked, the bike is more or less run-in already. I have been a little more friendlier recently with the throttle as I noticed if I maintain ~90km/h on highway, it gives me very good fuel economy as compared to my throttle-happy days of 100-120km/h. Can clock at least 400 km on full tank without hitting reserve. With proper throttle control, I have been up to 450 km as well.

 

Maintanance-wise I have brought down my bike to a couple of bike-shops and all have been able to service my bike. No problem. Once again I repeat myself, it's a normal 2B Honda bike. Overall I am quite pleased with the Tiger's performance. Looks good, performs well, and I think it is quite a practical street bike for all riders. But of course after riding it for prolonged periods, you will eventually feel the limit of the bike, but we have to understand that it is only a 2B bike, so ya, lack of power, haha. Apart from this, the bike is mostly stock condition, cause not much after market parts for Tiger. I only changed some stuff like mirrors. The stock exhaust is big and striking, but it's chromed, so after rain must wipe of if not got water-spots after it is dried.

Ride Free, Ride Hard, and Ride Safe.

Current ride:Hyundai i30 CW (Sept 2016 - Present)

Yamaha FZ1-S (Aug 2014 - Present)

Previous ride: Honda Tiger 200 (Oct 2009 - Jun 2012)

Suzuki GSR 600 (Jun 2012 - Sept 2013)

Hyundai Matrix (Jun 2013 - Aug 2016)
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@ PolarisX

 

wah thx for d update man! was looking for info! btw i met met a guy at SSDC who rides ur bike, he mentioned that his bike can easily give 500km full tank before reserve..

 

Yup, no problem man! The Honda Tiger community in Singapore is already non-exsistant so I try to make an effort to promote the bike, haha! Woah I am not sure whether 'easily' can give 500 km mileage for full tank la, but I believe it might be possible. If you are very very disciplined with the throttle, like strictly stick to 90km/h, then I think you can hit the 450-500 km range. I have hit 450km before when I am disciplined, but by then the fuel gauge was dangerously at the empty marking, and I never like to engage reserve. I tend to be a little throttle happy, like 100-110km/h, but this one I can GUARANTEE chop 400km mileage for full tank top up. I think every bike owner has to trial-and-error to find out how what is the best way for their bike.

Ride Free, Ride Hard, and Ride Safe.

Current ride:Hyundai i30 CW (Sept 2016 - Present)

Yamaha FZ1-S (Aug 2014 - Present)

Previous ride: Honda Tiger 200 (Oct 2009 - Jun 2012)

Suzuki GSR 600 (Jun 2012 - Sept 2013)

Hyundai Matrix (Jun 2013 - Aug 2016)
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Hi guys just bought the Honda Tiger today at Ban hon bro.quite impressed for now cant wait to finished running in the engine.Why dont someone open a thread for all the Honda tiger riders,so we can share any info for parts and etc. thanks guys hope to hear from u soon

Year 2000 - Aprillia Rossi model(my first bike)

FQ****

Year 2002 - RXZ (FQ****)

Year 2004 - TZRR (FH****)

Year 2006 -RXZ (FR****)

Year 2010 Nov - Honda Tiger Revo 200 (FBE*****)

TILL Now

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Hi guys just bought the Honda Tiger today at Ban hon bro.quite impressed for now cant wait to finished running in the engine.Why dont someone open a thread for all the Honda tiger riders,so we can share any info for parts and etc. thanks guys hope to hear from u soon

Year 2000 - Aprillia Rossi model(my first bike)

FQ****

Year 2002 - RXZ (FQ****)

Year 2004 - TZRR (FH****)

Year 2006 -RXZ (FR****)

Year 2010 Nov - Honda Tiger Revo 200 (FBE*****)

TILL Now

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Hey chaos7727, care to share how much u got it for?

 

and also @ PolarisX: How's the vibration at 90-100 km/h? will adding weights to handlebar help?

am seriously considering this bike but at the same time worried about vibration coz I rode a kup chai before and the vibration it gave me once i hit 60km/h is damn scary

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