Bruiser Conversions 480 HP Fully Integrated LS3
Spicer Parts Ultimate Dana 60 Axles - 4.88 Ratio
Teraflex 6” long arm suspension
Teraflex “Speed bump” system
Radflo External Bypass shocks
Hutchinson bead lock rims
40x13.50R17 Toyo Open Country M/T tires
Matte finish paint
Line-x ultra body armor coating
Warn xeon 10-s winch
GenRight Off Road Aluminum Front Bumper
sPod “SE” system with Bluetooth integration
Truck-Lite 7" LED Headlights
Rigid Industries 50” Single Row Light Bar
Rigid industries LED grille w/ 20” E-series Light Bar
Rigid industries rock lights
Oracle Lighting LED Mirrors
Custom dash with ipad mini-2 “slide lock” system
Carolina Metal Masters Grab Handles
Hornblasters “Conductor's special” train horn system
TnT Customs Aluminum Skid Plate System
AMP Research Power Step Running Boards
Fox “ATS” steering stabilizer
Custom Exterior Door Handles
Patina Finished Brass Emblems
Katskinz Custom Leather Seating
(Disclaimer: The pictured vehicle may include options which differ from the spec build options.)
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 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!...
My name is Tygh Brogdon, I called Bruiser Conversions to make me a custom built "one of a kind" Jeep JK Crew. I am a picky person and wanted everything perfect, from the factory rake, to the axles, to the wheels, to the tires, to the interior, to the overall height! You see how picky I am? I had an entire checklist of items that I wanted accomplished. Jeff invited me down and assured me that he could and would do his best to achieve everything I was looking for. I showed up at his shop with a brand new 2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, it had 1,100 miles on it. He was a bit surprised at some of my requests but low and behold HE DELIVERED!! I was communicating with him once or twice a week until the project was complete and then more often as the delivery date neared. He delivered to my door...
I've got a 430hp LS3 installed in my 2012 JK and I love it! I'm running 37's on one ton axles and the factory V6 was not enough to move the thing down the road. I found myself not wanting to drive my Jeep anymore... Until I found Bruiser Conversions. Their LS3 conversion woke the Jeep up and turned it into a monster!!! I daily drive my Jeep now because I enjoy driving it so much. It sounds and feels amazing. The most fun part is red light racing little sports cars and seeing the look on their faces when you blow the doors off them in a lifted Jeep. The most amazing part of the conversion, however, is how it just works. All functions work as they did from the factory, there aren't any funny warning lights or messages on the dashboard. The A/C blows cold. The factory tap shift works. Noth...
No Jeep is the same and everybody likes to customize his or hers own. As so did I. I started with a used black stock Rubicon unlimited out of 2012. The reason for this was the new transmission that they introduced that year. After the first upgrades (bumpers, lift and tire's) it was time for the more serious upgrade, an engine swap. When you are pulling a wrangler over the mountains in Colorado with a stock 3.6L V6 engine, you get the feeling you are Fred Flintstone. The nice 2.8L CRD would be a nice help with that, but unfortunately you can only get those in Europe. What to do? We all love the big V8's. So the next trip would be to your local Jeep off-road shop and swap that stock engine for a nice 5.7 or 6.4 Hemi. Now just wait there for a moment. Let's browse the internet for a momen...