Bruiser Conversions Honcho Body Conversion
Bruiser Conversions Stand Alone LS3 Engine Conversion - 480 HP
NAG-1 Automatic Transmission
Chris Durham Motorsports Gladiator Front Clip
Removable Hard Top
Bruiser Conversions Step Side Bed
Baja Style Bed Roll Cage
Removable In-Bed Spare Tire Carrier
Bruiser Coatings Exterior & Interior Finish
Teraflex Long Arm Suspension
Currie Anti-Rock Front Sway Bar
Adjustable Teraflex Falcon Shocks
Adams Driveshaft 1350 Driveshafts
Dana Ultimate 60 Axles
PSC Motorsports “Big Bore XD” Steering System
SteerSmarts “YETI” Steering System
SteerSmarts Adjustable Track Bar
Bruiser Weld Rekon Beadlock Wheels
BFGoodrich 42” Krawler Tires
GenRight Off Road Aluminum Front Bumper
GenRight Off Road Aluminum Front Fender Flares
GenRight Off Road Aluminum Inner Fender Liners
Warn Industries Zeon 10s Winch
Rear Facing Warn 9.0 RC Winch
Factor 55 Flat Link (Front & Rear)
Katskinz Leather Seating
Carolina Metal Masters Grab Handles
8-Channel sPod “SE” Electrical Distribution System
Rigid Industries Radiance Series LED Lighting
Truck-Lite 7” Round LED Headlights
(Disclaimer: The pictured vehicle may include options which differ from the spec build options.)
I want to thank the Bruiser Team for turning my 2004 Jeep TJ into a one of a kind LS3 swapped TJ. After a few phone conversations with Jeff going over what I wanted/needed it was an easy decision to send it out to Bruiser. I had originally planned to just do the LS3 swap, but after visiting the shop and hanging out with the guys for the day checking out all the jeeps under construction, my engine swap quickly turned into a complete redo. The Baja style roll cage/tire carrier turned out awesome! The guys at the shop were very helpful in steering me in the right direction on what additional changes I wanted to add to the build. I have had my jeep back for a week now and it drives so much better than it did before with a hell of a lot more horsepower. It’s definitely a head turner!...
Jeff I want to personally thank you and your awesome crew at Bruiser Conversions for all the work and help with our OX Locker project JK. Even for the work we did ourselves, drawing from your experience has been a big help and time saver, not enough guys like you in the business. FYI, recently I had conversation with Tom the owner over at PSC Motorsports about how happy he was with the LS3 conversion you did on his JK, he convinced me to pull the trigger on it. Looking forward to topping this project off with your LS3 conversion.
Savvy Off Road is know for their winning KOH Jeeps and lightweight armor. When we chose to install a LS3 in our 2014 JK Unlimited, there was only one choice. Bruiser Conversions! The LS3 conversion for the JKU is the best available kit. No double computer or harness to take up space and maintain. We have seen our fair share of double harness kits leave the owners very frustrated. The batteries would go dead on them frequently and not all of the features of the JK were available like OEM. The Bruiser Conversion on the other hand uses the OEM Jeep computer and transmission so everything functions like it is from the factory except you now have 430+ HP. We install the best of the best in everything we do. Bruiser Conversions is the only way to go!
I have had the pleasure of wheeling with the Bruiser team for many years, as well as driving their conversions. The trucks handle great both on and off-road and their power is something you just won't find anywhere else. People can't help but look, gawk and ask a ton of questions because they are so unique in both their looks and performance. Plus, the entire team is made up of some of my favorite people to be around with due to their positive attitudes and constant desire to make everything function at the best of it's potential.
Like many jeep owners I set out to build the ultimate go anywhere jeep to provide amazing family wheeling excursions. Initially built was a mild mod JKU, however the anemic 3.6L became the 'weak link' so I sough out an engine conversion. After determining the LS3 as the most optimum power plant, I then began to search for a builder/installer and chose a local SEMA Jeep Builder. As I explained to the selected builder, 'there are 2 ways to do things, the right way and the wrong' no in-between. Unfortunately for me that selected builder had very little integrity and built a very expensive paperweight. After those in the Jeep community found out what happened many stepped in to assist with my build. We began an extensive rebuild, and we chose the industry leader in LS3 Conversions, Bruiser ...