How to Torque a Toyota 2.7 Head?

Answer The Toyota 2.7-liter engine produces 159 horsepower and 180 foot-pounds of torque. It's the base engine of the Tacoma and the 4Runner. The cylinder head and engine block of the Toyota 2.7-liter eng... Read More »

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How to Torque a Head?

Heads need to be torqued properly so they do not warp, crack or blow a head gasket out. Torquing properly also prevents the head bolts from stretching too far. Heads are made of aluminum and cast i... Read More »

How to Torque a V8 Head?

To properly torque your V8 engine's cylinder head, you need to install and tighten the head bolts with a special procedure. This is to ensure a tight and even seal for the cylinder head and gasket.... Read More »

What is head torque?

Cylinder heads see a lot of stress, and their gaskets must withstand a massive amount of pressure. The head's bolts must be tightened with a precise amount of force ("torque") in order to provide t... Read More »

How to Torque Head Bolts?

Head bolts hold the cylinder head to the engine block while maintaining a strong leak-free head gasket seal. The head bolts must be able to withstand the strong forces exerted by the internal combu... Read More »