With the massive engine stuffed under the hood, where a 3.6-liter V6 normally resides, the Wrangler now produces 450 horsepower and 450 pound-feet of torque. Even more intriguing is the fact the company also managed to connect it to the Jeep’s stock eight-speed automatic transmission. It’s just the next vehicle to add to a very long list of cars that have undergone an LS swap.
Bruiser Conversions hasn’t listed a price for the LS swap, but it is accepting pre-orders for kits. Those will be for the do-it-yourself folks. The company will also do all of the work in-house.
Now, if someone would swap an LS into a Colorado ZR2, you’ll really have our attention …