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As for retorque? Everything has a certain elasticity or malleability in it's make-up. Retorqueing any fastener would take place after several operational cycles where heat and vibration are present. Heat cycles tend to compress gaskets in what I describe as a 'chewing' motion caused by the expansion and contraction of the materials being sealed. Even the best gaskets fall prey to this process. So I retorque everything after an amount of time or cycles. Better safe than sorry.
I've discovered that there are basically 3 kinds of people when it comes to those that I've known, talked to, or read their posts.....
I've been building engines in excess of 30 years, not just 22Rs.
.... Isn't that what all this is about?
Some people like cheese. Some don't. Most people like bacon.
Cheese and bacon have a lot to do with "duration". Gnarls.
I like cheese and bacon.... but I gave them up about a year and a half ago for ...............Quinoa and fake meat..... YUCK!!! Gnarls.
Try some sauerkraut with that fake meat. Sauerkraut goes good with many things, even tofu.
22R was probably designed more for emissions
I assume the 20R head flows better than a 22R head. WHY? Gnarls.
..... that's a lot to try to explain in a sentence or two.....
The late 115/140 is for a 22RE. The carb version was less (105?/135?)
Funny hoe the 22RE feels more sluggish than the carbureted version.
I can see why a 1980 Toyota 4x4 with a 20R would feel a little quicker (even though the 20R has about 9 lbs less peak torque) than 1985 22R. The 1980 is probably 350 or 400 lbs. lighter.Gnarls.
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