Okay guys, So I'm about to buy a 5 speed 2001 Mustang GT (black/ premium pkg.) from the dealership I work for. Here's the downlow: Car was overheated, and everything is perfectly fine except for the engine. The dealership went out and bought EVERYTHING new, except the block. They're about to send the block out to get it bored .060 over due to a hunk of melted aluminum on one of the cylinder walls. They've offered to sell it to me for $1000.00 AFTER they get the blocked bored. Should there be anything that's adjusted for the .060 over bore besides pistons and heads? I don't want to buy it and find out later that I've got to get a bunch of stuff or get things customized. It's in extremely good condition, I've built 87-93 5.0L before, but never messed with a modular 4.6, so I'm really needing you guys to help me. Thanks for all the info in advance, and I hope to be layin' some rubber soon!