I don't think it can.
Since this is combustion, there must also by oxygen present which will contribute to the mass of the reactants.
However, if you consider the simplest organic compound, methane, combusting:
The Relative Formula masses are:
The increase in mass of products (80) to reactant (excluding oxygen) is a factor of 5.
The question requires a substance that gives this ratio to be
i.e. an increase in mass of a factor of 600.
This is not possible. If you consider the oxidation of individual atoms:
Hence we cannot get to a ratio of 600.