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.)
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 ...
To make it short and sweet, Jeff and his crew over at Bruiser Conversions hit a homerun with their LS conversion for the Jeep JK! I personally believe it is by far the best LS conversion on the market. When we here at PSC Motorsports decided to do a V8 swap in one of our new 2015 JK's, I knew I wanted a LS3. We have done the Hemi thing in the past and this time I had my heart set on a LS3. So when it came time to pull the trigger on the project we hooked up with Jeff Garland and Bruiser Conversions. He has come up with a very different approach to the JK / LS swap, and it is ingenuous. Fellow off road industry insiders had been telling me how well the Bruiser Conversion works and well, I am a believer! I freaking love this Jeep and it's all due to the flawless LS3 conversion. The crafts...
January 3, 2015 I had a LS3-430HP Corvette motor installed in my Jeep by Bruiser Conversions. Many have asked how I like it, how long did it take, what's it like, how was fit and finish, etc. Saturday January 3rd I drove from Naples to Clearwater. Met Jeff at Jeff's Jeep Yard/Bruiser Conversions where I was given a complete tour and filled with a ton of knowledge. Jeff will blow your mind with his passion and expertise! Left the Jeep in Bruiser's hands and returned to pick it up on Friday Jan. 9th. Yes, that is correct - One week for the conversion. And not just the conversion, they painted my rear wheel wells. Needless to say, I was like a kid in a candy store ready for the first drive! I'm pretty particular about cleanliness and was pleasantly surprised to see how clean the jeep was w...
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...