You could have it rebuilt.Thanks to those who have given me advice, and I am thinking about building an engine on the side because that would be the best since the engine is workout but is there anyway to somehow fix the engine so that it will last longer with out putting in an entire new engine?
Telling him to make it a v8 is like me telling you to get a better supercharger.....First of all you have to consider the mileage is high is it worth sinking money into a wornout v6? You should drive that around and build a motor on the side. Work at your own pace. Make it a v8 though. Even if you got a stock 4.6 or 5.0 it would be an improvement. Or while its out you can build it just how you want it. But if your gunho on doing something to that v6 then steeda offers a big selection for the 3.8 v6. And you can get good power out of those. Just make sure the motors gonna be around for you to enjoy it. I would build one on the side and start collecting all the goodies for the swap. If you have any specific questions feel free to ask me personally.
.030" over isn't going to make a difference.If you get the engine rebuilt you sould tell them to bore out the cynlinders. Increased explosion = increase horsepower. but it will probably get bad gas mileage...and you'll have too get new valves and pistons so maybe its not a good idea now that i think about it...
Give a little more torque, more mass more push, but not much you would notice, do some head work while your in there with increased valve size and a bigger cam she'll be pushing some big ponies then!!.030" over isn't going to make a difference.