By building a heavily bored and stroked Windsor engine, Jon Hallenbeck was able to achieve big-block cubes (454 of them) without the weight of a big-block over the front wheels. Extra pounds were shaved by using an aluminum Ford Racing block. Yates heads flow huge while lending the Cleveland-style appearance you'd expect under the hood of a Boss. Motec EFI feeds the mill through a single-plane manifold, and all incoming air goes through the Shaker to ensure a consistently cool charge. The ignition system uses coil packs rather than a conventional distributor, which is replaced with a cam sensor.