Possibly a corruption of tick off.
torque off (third-person singular simple present torques off, present participle torquing off, simple past and past participle torqued off) (chiefly US, transitive, idiomatic) To annoy, distress, or anger. 2004, Ray Ratto, "Better off, but at what price?," San Francisco Chronicle, 5 Mar., It is hard to remember a talented player who so comprehensively bothered, annoyed, outraged and just plain torqued off the customers quite like Owens.
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