S p e c s: Jet 200

Made under license in Spain by Serveta/Eibar
1971 - 198?
engine: single cylinder, air cooled 2-stroke
induction: piston ported
bore: 66 mm
stroke: 58 mm
cubic capacity: 198 cc
compression ratio: 8.0: 1
bhp at rpm: 10.33 @ 5300
transmission: 4 speed constant mesh
primary drive: 46/15
1st gear: 12.52: 1
2nd gear: 8.76: 1
3rd gear: 6.30: 1
4th gear: 4.82: 1
lubrication: 4%
carburetor: Dell'Orto SH1/20
choke: 20 mm
slide: 5914/1
atomizer: 5899/2
main jet: 103
starter jet: 50
pilot jet: 48
ignition: contact breaker & points
ignition timing: 23 deg. BTDC
breaker gap: 0.35-0.45 mm
spark plug: NGK - B7ES
spark plug gap: 0.45-0.5 mm
battery: Yuasa 6N11A-1B 6 volt
voltage: 6 volt
wheels: 10"
wheel hubs: cast
tires: 3.50 x 10
max speed: 60 mph
total dry weight: 242 lbs

click for jet 200 electrical page
click for jet 200 owner's manual

Note: The Jet 200 is basically an SX200 with some small changes. Early models had SX panels, floor runners and typical Italian style air boxes. Later models had different side panels similar to GP type bikes, floor mats instead of runners and a different air filter arrangement visible by intake fins on the toolbox door as shown below. Only very early models were made with an internal disk brake like the Italian SX200s. Bikes after 1982 had 3 lights added to the headset; a green for neutral, orange for low beam, and red for high beam.

Frame and engine numbers start with the SX200 prefix and were usually the same number on the frame and engine.

early model

late model