Ford's big-block 460 V-8 is a portly powerplant at over 700 pounds, but when the throttle is mashed, things happen in a hurry. Since the motor was pulled from the engine bay during the buildup, it was a perfect time to add some extra oomph. El Cajon, California's Total Performance bored the block 0.060 over, added a stroker crank, and finally balanced and blueprinted the mill. An 825-cfm Demon carburetor sits atop a Weiand intake manifold and breathes through a K&N filter. Other engine goodies include an MSD ignition, a custom oil pan by JD Fabrication, and a custom exhaust via Vista Muffler's Matt Simpson. Noah's Class 8 competitors will have to out-accelerate 650 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque if they expect to pass the Beer Can.