Thanks Ed Mc for the guidance. I count 6. Well technically the cylinder 1 TDC notch is a double gap, but that's how the system locates itself. Posting some pictures here in case anyone else needs to ever clear this up. Not sure what the coil-on-plug crankshaft pulse wheel looks like. But this is what the early style waste-spark (3 coil packs mounted on the ignition module) pulse wheel looks like.
First turn the crankshaft to the cylinder 1 top dead center (TDC) position by aligning the notch in the crank pulley/balancer with the zero on the timing belt cover.
Then remove your crankshaft position sensor and look for gaps in the pulse wheel when still at the zero position. Unless something is seriously wrong, you should have a double gap here. The double gap allows the system to tell the difference between cylinder 1 TDC, and all the other points in the rotation.
As you rotate the crankshaft 360 degrees back to zero (cylinder 1 TDC) you will count 5 single gaps like this.
In total you will have 6 points on the pulse wheel that excite the crank sensor. One of those points is a double gap, five of those points a single gap. Hope this helps.