I believe the Tiger is 6 teeth. 7 is the other common size.
Other useful info is the Tiger speedo takes 980 revolutions to rack up 1 mile
on the odometer. Its printed on the face of the speedo in a really small font.
---- Larry Mayfield via Tigers <email@example.com> wrote:
> sparked one from me. What is the number of teeth on the drive gear itself?
> The one that is on the actual output shaft of the transmission? I suspect
> there can be a couple of them that could be used. With that gear count and
> the driven gears available it becomes fairly easy to determine which speedo
> cable driven gear is best for the car parameters, like tire size, final
> drive rations etc.
> Worlds Fastest Sunbeam, period.
> 204.913 mph flying mile
> 210.779 mph exit (not top) speed