"I have this tire installed on my bike and just love it, the only thing is size the 130/80/18 is larger then the OEM Bridgestone, if you want the identical size as OEM get the 4.60/18 this is the same size as the OEM Bridgestone."
Please tell us more. Whats it like on the road? How fast have you had it up to? Been on any twisty roads and how hard have you pushed it? Have you used it off road? What kind of pressure are you running in it?
I run the 244 but I only run it at 12 psi all the time. At 18 psi it is scary over 100km/hr as it pretty well just runs on the center knobs. Off-road at 18psi it was worse than my 203 but aired down its pretty good. I was looking at the 700 but just received another 244 for my other TW.
I installed the Shinko 700 in spring to replace the OEM Bridgestone tw31 which in my option is just junk, wears bad and melts on pavement. The rear in an other hand is much better and this is a good thing, because the options are pretty limited in 180/80/14 tire size. Not a fast rider, (on a TW...??!!) average about 70-80 KMh and do 50/50 pave & gravel roads. The tire barely shows any sign of wear and for what shows it wears pretty well. My only recommendation is to purchase size 4.60/18 and not the 130/80/18 which I find is too large and looks funny with the rear, this is my opinion. The 130/80/18 would look good on a ATV 26/8/14 rear tire conversion, but one that would do this conversion would want a more aggressive tire...
I run the tire at OEM 18 psi pressure, If you look on Shinko's web site, the tires load capacities and speed rating are low compared to other manufactures. there are many reviews on the web. This tire has good reviews and is recommended for small bikes, like the TW200, probably the best tire out there for the price. I paid 98$ CAN at Fortnine and also think you can get it for 50$ in USA! Best thing to do is buy one and try it out! Where not talking about a 160$ Continental TKC tire here. I actually have a Shinko 700 130/80/18 for sell, The tire is new, pretty much installed it on my bike then removed it to install it's smaller brother, 4.60/18.
This is my opinion on the tire for my riding style and needs, I have no clue on yours. Like I said, try it out and then you can be an other person to review this tire