> I'll second Rob on his comments. I had an '86 Indy 400 and the thing was
> and just about bullet proof. The only complaint you will have now is the
> suspension on them.
So if a guy had an '87 400 with an Xtra10, 4 Foxes, widened front and some
other cosmetic updates, he could feel pretty good by keeping up with some
mid 90's 600's in the bumps and twists :-)! And add another 600 miles to the
odo that started the season at 8000 (a closer inspection did reveal at least
one changed piston. SIDE Q: Anyone have any info on a piston that is NOT
smooth on top, but rather has machined circular grooves/ridges on the entire
top of the piston??.
Either one will need TLC, but parts interchangeablilty with up to '95 or
so Indy's is a HUGE PLUS!