CYLINDER HEAD ASSEMBLY (COMPLETE PISTON)
In an inner ignition motor, the chamber head (regularly, casually curtailed to simply head) sits over the chambers on top of the chamber block. It shits in the highest point of the chamber, framing the burning chamber. This joint is fixed by a head gasket. In many motors, the head likewise gives space to the entries that feed air and fuel to the chamber, and that permit the exhaust to get away. The head can likewise be a spot to mount the valves, flash fittings, and fuel injectors.