Crowned by a Paxton Novi 2000 pullied for 18 or so psi is a 347-inch masterpiece created by Jeff Henry at Keith Craft Racing Engines. Based on the foundation of a Ford Racing Performance Parts R302 block bored out to 4.125 inches, the engine is filled with a Scat crank and rods, SRP pistons, and a massive Comp Cams rumble stick. With a thunderous 0.608/0.612 inches of intake/exhaust lift and 0.236/0.245 degrees of duration at 0.050 and 114 degrees of lobe separation, this cam will wake the neighborhood and rev to 7,000 rpm while still retaining a driveable personality. A pair of Air Flow Research 205cc cylinder heads and a Holley SysteMAX II intake manifold complete the combo. Fast Intentions custom-bent the supercharger's inlet and outlet tubing.