2009 Jeep Wranger JKU. LS3, tons, etc

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Neverrest

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2009 Jeep Wranger Unlimited
76xxx miles on the body.
The following was performed by RPM extreme 3 years ago with all new parts, receipts for work done included (14k miles on swap):
GM Performance 495hp LS3 crate motor with hot cam
6L80E trans
Ultimate Dana 60 crate axles w/ 4.88 gears and Elockers
Teraflex 4" LCG long arm lift
JK8 hydro boost brake upgrade


41.5x20 Pittbull radial rocker tires (less than 3k miles on the setup)
20" ATX SLAB true beadlock wheels
PSC hydro assisted steering
Fusion 4x4 2.5 ton tie rod/draglink setup
Teraflex Falcon 3.2 adjustable resevoir shocks all the way around
River raider LS specific skid plates

VKS V3 stubby aluminum recessed winch front bumper
Warn Zeon 10-S winch never used
Factor 55 flat link
VKS crawler rear bumper with integrated dual rigid reverse lights
Ace engineering night runner boat side rock sliders
Ace engineering front fender liners
Evo MFG fenderless corner crawler armor
New Bestop Trek top fast back soft top

Polk speakers throughout driven by wetsounds amp
Alpine head unit with integrated reverse camera/gps/bluetooth/etc
Bartact seat covers front and rear
Full bedtread interior lining
Diabolical inc slipstream security enclosure for rear cargo area
Arb dual on board air compressor
Switchpros system for accessories
Alarm system

Jeep is a manual lock/window model, absolutely nothing wrong with it. Wouldn't hesitate to drive it anywhere. Runs incredibly strong, and fast for a jeep with 42s. Body is clean and straight, not beat to hell.
I'm sure there's more odds and ends I have forgotten, it's a true head turner and sounds like an old school muscle car.

No need to sale, just looking at new projects. I enjoy driving this thing too much to just give it away. 50k is the number, I would consider a trade +cash on your end for the right LJ on tons, or 2 door JK on tons. Possibly a 4 seat RZR turbo/S.
Located in Brookwood, AL
 

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Kevlar camo

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2009 Jeep Wranger Unlimited
76xxx miles on the body.
The following was performed by RPM extreme 3 years ago with all new parts, receipts for work done included (14k miles on swap):
GM Performance 500hp LS3 crate motor with hot cam
6L80E trans
Ultimate Dana 60 crate axles w/ 4.88 gears and Elockers
Teraflex 4" LCG long arm lift
JK8 hydro boost brake upgrade


41.5x20 Pittbull radial rocker tires (less than 3k miles on the setup)
20" ATX SLAB true beadlock wheels
PSC hydro assisted steering
Fusion 4x4 2.5 ton tie rod/draglink setup
Teraflex Falcon 3.2 adjustable resevoir shocks all the way around
River raider LS specific skid plates

VKS V3 stubby aluminum recessed winch front bumper
Warn Zeon 10-S winch never used
Factor 55 flat link
VKS crawler rear bumper with integrated dual rigid reverse lights
Ace engineering night runner boat side rock sliders
Ace engineering front fender liners
Evo MFG fenderless corner crawler armor
New Bestop Trek top fast back soft top

Polk speakers throughout driven by wetsounds amp
Alpine head unit with integrated reverse camera/gps/bluetooth/etc
Bartact seat covers front and rear
Full bedtread interior lining
Diabolical inc slipstream security enclosure for rear cargo area
Arb dual on board air compressor
Switchpros system for accessories
Alarm system

Jeep is a manual lock/window model, absolutely nothing wrong with it. Wouldn't hesitate to drive it anywhere. Runs incredibly strong, and fast for a jeep with 42s. Body is clean and straight, not beat to hell.
I'm sure there's more odds and ends I have forgotten, it's a true head turner and sounds like an old school muscle car.

No need to sale, just looking at new projects. I enjoy driving this thing too much to just give it away. 50k is the number, I would consider a trade +cash on your end for the right LJ on tons, or 2 door JK on tons. Possibly a 4 seat RZR turbo/S.
Located in Brookwood, AL
[/ nice rig ... what T-CASE does it have??
 

Neverrest

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It's a factory case, they're pretty tough. I've had zero problems out of it, but I am by no means rock bouncing it. RPM has done a ton of swaps with LS motors on this transfer case.
 

money_pit_yj

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At some point someone is going to question the 500 Hp number. I am not sure how it will work with the new Hardline but the old Hardline would have have questioned every detail of the build and make you prove yourself. There would have been a large contingent of people who would have dogged you mercilessly until you got mad and left, proved the number to be true, or clarified that you meant close to 500hp at the crank on paper.

Either way, I think this thing is friggin awesome. That in no way shape or form puts money in your pocket, but it is still cool! Merry Christmas.
 

tonybolton

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At some point someone is going to question the 500 Hp number. I am not sure how it will work with the new Hardline but the old Hardline would have have questioned every detail of the build and make you prove yourself. There would have been a large contingent of people who would have dogged you mercilessly until you got mad and left, proved the number to be true, or clarified that you meant close to 500hp at the crank on paper.

Either way, I think this thing is friggin awesome. That in no way shape or form puts money in your pocket, but it is still cool! Merry Christmas.
Well....500 sounds cooler than 495, i'll give ya that...

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Neverrest

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At some point someone is going to question the 500 Hp number. I am not sure how it will work with the new Hardline but the old Hardline would have have questioned every detail of the build and make you prove yourself. There would have been a large contingent of people who would have dogged you mercilessly until you got mad and left, proved the number to be true, or clarified that you meant close to 500hp at the crank on paper.

Either way, I think this thing is friggin awesome. That in no way shape or form puts money in your pocket, but it is still cool! Merry Christmas.
It's a gm performance crate motor that was rated 495hp from them, so crank. Never been on a dyno.
 

Ewoods

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Got to take a ride in this thing and was very impressed. Built right with all the best parts(y)
 

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