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So, cylinder heads are usually located on the top of the engine block. It serves as a housing for components; such as the intake and exhaust valves; springs and lifters and the combustion chamber.
Also, The passages in the head allow air and fuel to flow inside the cylinder. While, Permitting the exhaust gases to flow out of it. The passages are otherwise called ports or tracts. The head also channels the coolant into the engine block. Consequently, Cooling down the engine components. The cylinder head uses a gasket that aids in preventing; water or oil from leaking; into the combustion chambers.
Most (OEM) heads are made out of cast iron. As a result, A head made of cast iron is more durable and less expensive. However, cast-iron is heavy and provides a lesser efficiency in dissipating heat. For this reason, some manufacturers prefer using heads made of aluminum. These heads are much lighter than cast-iron cylinder heads. Performance cars and race cars; commonly have aluminum cylinder heads.
So, Cars with inline (straight) engines have one cylinder head. Automobiles with V engines have two cylinder heads. One for each cylinder bank. Finally, This makes replacing a cylinder head much more affordable.
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