Ron Fraser has been studying all the stock Tiger engine group configurations from the Ford part number point of view. Hopefully this study will add some details to the collective knowledge base of Tigers and eventually clear up some details about the Tiger engines.

Note from Ron: I’m not asking you to tear your engine down for any of this. I’m only asking for numbers that are easy to see; I note the hard ones. The hard ones to see would be nice to record for each engine but not necessary. They can be added at a later date if they become available.

I personally believe all Tiger owners should know these numbers. They give you another means of ID.

If you have other Ford engine parts you would like identified; I’ll be glad to help you, just ask.

I’m looking at stock Tiger engines with original stock Ford parts for this Study, but all information is welcome Stock or not. I hope you are willing to participate with the following information.

The Study submission form is available in two ways:

  1. An online google form which you can call up on your phone and use while checking in your engine.
  2. As a pdf which you can download, print and carry to your car to fill in. They you’ll have to either mail it to Ron at the address on the form or scan and email it to him, also on the form.