What Size Engines Do Indy Cars Have?

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The rules for IndyCar engines were changed in 2012. The rules stated that IndyCars could have any size engine they wanted, as long as they did not exceed a maximum of six cylinders. The displacement could not exceed 2.4 liters, but turbocharging was allowed.
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