you can go .060 over but dont go bigger than you actually need to - you may only need .040. the thinner the walls get the more heat and reliability become a factor. .060 will also not let you rebuild it agian in the future with out sleeving the block and that is very expensive.
I wouldn't touch a motor that is bored .060 over. Just hone the one you got and it should be good as is, unless it was run for a long time before but i doubt that. Will become a real hassle because it will run real hot easily.
it's stayin at 40 and we honed it real nice, 40 degree crosshatch. looking at stroker kits for it and some Brock heads. can any one tell me which intake to go with? lookin at aluminum, no sense in aluminum heads and iron intake. its got a 4bbl motorcraft carb, should we toss it or rebuild it?
A forum community dedicated to Ford Mustang owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about performance, builds, modifications, reviews, engine swaps, classifieds, troubleshooting, maintenance, and more!