Let G be a simple connected graph where every node is colored either black or white. Consider now the following repetitive process on G: each node recolors itself, at each local time step, with the color held by the majority of its neighbors. Depending on the initial assignment of colors to the nodes and to the definition of majority, different dynamics can occur. We are interested to 'dynamos", i.e., initial assignments of colors which lead the system to a monochromatic configuration in a finite number of steps. In the context of distributed computing and communication networks, this repetitive process is particularly important in that it describes the impact that a set of initial faults can have in majority-based systems (where black nodes correspond to faulty elements and white to non-faulty ones). In this paper we study two particular forms of dynamos (irreversible and monotone) in tori, under different assumptions on the majority rule (simple and strong). These bounds are tight within an additive constant. The upper bounds are constructive: for each topology and each majority rule, we exhibit a dynamo of the claimed size.