THE Tiger VIII is an air‐cooled, two‐row, radial engine with fourteen cylinders. A two‐speed supercharger is enclosed in the induction case, and the engine is designed for use with a V.P. airscrew. In moderately supercharged form it develops 805–845 b.h.p. at 6,250 ft., while the fully supercharged type develops 725–760 b.h.p. at 12,750 ft.
(1937), "The Latest Tiger Engine: The Armstrong‐ Siddeley Tiger VIII Two‐Row Radial with Two‐Speed Supercharger", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 9 No. 9, pp. 247-248. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb030226Download as .RIS
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