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Hi guys,

 

I tend to use Facebook/Instagram as a channel to showcase some of the work we do here at Buzz Racing, but I figured not everyone is on there. I will use this thread to post each individual build / work we carry out on customer’s cars.

 

Should anyone have any questions in relation to what we have done, why the customer wanted it etc feel free to post in here. I think it could make for a good discussion and give some JOC members some ideas for their own Jeep's.

 

I will start a new post per job/vehicle per say and i will dig out some of the past and previous stuff we have completed and put them in here too.

 

 

 

 

So one of the earlier AEV builds we did is below, I never got around to showcasing this one properly and I really think it deserves some credit to the customer for choose some really nice parts for his adventures:

 

VEHICLE MODEL:

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara

 

Year

2014

 

Colour

Hydro blue

 

SUSPENSION:

3.5” AEV DUAL SPORT SC

 

EXTERIOR:

-AEV PREMIUM TUBELESS FRONT

-AEV REAR BUMPER WITH WATER TANKS

-TERAFLEX TIRE CARRIER

-AEV TIRE CARRIER DELETE TANK

-AEV ROOF RACK

-ROOF TOP TENT

-AEV SAVEGRE WHEELS

-315/70 R17 BFG KO2 ALL TERRAINS

-LED rear flush mounted fogs

 

LED LIGHTING:

-JW SPEAKER J SERIES HEADLIGHTS

-J279 REAR LED LIGTHS

-JW SPEAKER SPOT LIGHTS ON A-PILLAR  AND TUBELESS FRONT BUMPER

-RIGID INDUSTRIES SCENE LIGHT FOR CAMPING

 

INTERIOR:

-BARTACT SEAT COVERS

-67 DESIGNS CUSTOM IPHONE MOUNT

-HOTHEADS HEADLINER/INSULATION

-DRAKE OFF ROAD FIRE EXTINGUISHER MOUNT

-SEAT RECLINE KIT

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Very nice looking build Alex  :great:.

 

Thanks for posting up here for 20th Century Boys like me who have not submitted to facebook yet............. "resistance is futile, defeat is inevitable"  :suspect:

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Have always liked the look of that one, really nice.

 

something to do with the colour Harry?  :icon_e_wink:

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something to do with the colour Harry?  :icon_e_wink:

 

Hydro Blue Jeeps, got to love them.  :icon_geek:

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Thanks for sharing Alex :great:

 

Nice looking Jeep and amazingly clean workshop :icon_e_wink:

 

Like "Tim C" I am not on facebook ... but nor am I ever likely to be, so I look forward to future builds via the "JOC channel" ...

 

 

How many of these blue things do we have on JOC??

Just asking :glasses:

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something to do with the colour Harry?  :icon_e_wink:

 

Quite possibly yes....

 

 

And I think we have 4 on here

2 JKUR

1 JKU

1 JK overland fron yorkshire

 

not sure if this guy who alex built this for is on here though

there is also the rubicon that Andy built at Storm Jeeps

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thanks for posting Alex, I am also never going to submit to FB. I will be watching this thread.

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A new build we just finished up with last week, video to follow  :icon_cool:

 

This vehicle came to us with 300 miles on the clock and we transformed it from a completely bone stock machine into something completely different:

 

Protection:

Poison Spyder Brawler lite with tube gussets

Poison Spyder winch plate

Poison Spyder 10” light bracket

Poison Spyder rear bumper

Teraflex HD Tyre Carrier.

Poison Spyder Extra Wide aluminium fenders

Poison spyder side protection plates

 

Wheels and Tyres:

-17x9 et-12 ATX 195 alloys

-37X12.50 R17 COOPER STT pro

SUSPENSION:

-JKS 3.5” JSPEC lift with fox 2.0 shocks

-FOX ATS steering damper.

 

ENGINE:

Sprintbooster v3

MRBP axle back exhaust system (dual exit)

 

Led lighting:

-RIGID INDUSTRIES 10” E2 DRIVING above fairlead

-Rigid Industries D-SS side shooters on A-pillar brackets

-Rigid Chase light (fog/brakelight function for the rear)

-Truck-lite 7” replacement LED headlights.

 

Interior:

-Hotheads headliner

-Resprayed inside of hardtop to give the blacked out look.

-rugged ridge switch panel to control led lighting

-Grab handles

 

Miscellaneous

-Warn Tabor 10k synthetic

-USA style number plate relocation bracket

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If you have any questions please ask!

 

 

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A new build we just finished up with last week, video to follow  :icon_cool:

 

This vehicle came to us with 300 miles on the clock and we transformed it from a completely bone stock machine into something completely different:

 

Protection:

Poison Spyder Brawler lite with tube gussets

Poison Spyder winch plate

Poison Spyder 10” light bracket

Poison Spyder rear bumper

Teraflex HD Tyre Carrier.

Poison Spyder Extra Wide aluminium fenders

Poison spyder side protection plates

 

Wheels and Tyres:

-17x9 et-12 ATX 195 alloys

-37X12.50 R17 COOPER STT pro

SUSPENSION:

-JKS 3.5” JSPEC lift with fox 2.0 shocks

-FOX ATS steering damper.

 

ENGINE:

Sprintbooster v3

MRBP axle back exhaust system (dual exit)

 

Led lighting:

-RIGID INDUSTRIES 10” E2 DRIVING above fairlead

-Rigid Industries D-SS side shooters on A-pillar brackets

-Rigid Chase light (fog/brakelight function for the rear)

-Truck-lite 7” replacement LED headlights.

 

Interior:

-Hotheads headliner

-Resprayed inside of hardtop to give the blacked out look.

-rugged ridge switch panel to control led lighting

-Grab handles

 

Miscellaneous

-Warn Tabor 10k synthetic

-USA style number plate relocation bracket

-

 

If you have any questions please ask!

 

what's the mesh guide behind the front seats?

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Another very nice looking build Alex, good going  :great:

Is that 3.5” JKS with 37s becoming a bit of a trademark?

Thanks for keeping us updated with ideas  :icon_cool: I like the rear bumper.

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Very nice Alex :great:

 

Are the wheel arches steel or allumium this time?

 

Keep up the good work ... always interesting to see what's possible.

 

 

:alien: Just noticed you have done something interesting with the paint job on the front grill ... is that an "angry" with two colours (red & black)??

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what's the mesh guide behind the front seats?

 

That is a dirtdog pet divider :)

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Does that mean you supply dirtydog4x4 stuff, or did they get that in themselves?

I really like some of their products...

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As the very happy owner of this car, I really wanted to write a quick review of the experience of creating this Jeep with Alex. First off though, let me say, if you are thinking of changing, modifying or playing with your Jeep, get in contact with Alex @ Buzz Racing. You will be very pleased you did.

 

So, over the summer, I contacted Alex and told him I'd really like something based on 35" tyres with a 2.5"lift. Over a period of a few weeks we spec'd it; I sent him loads of pics and links from the internet and he came back with options and ideas. We agreed it and booked it in.

 

Then the inner child in me got involved.

 

I looked at pictures of the 37's. I looked at pictures of the bigger lifts and the narrow fenders. So I got in contact with Alex and explained that I wasn't sure which way to go, so we arranged another meeting. Despite all the work he'd put in on designing the 35" jeep, he very patiently went through the options of the 37". I shall always remember with a smile, Alex produced 2 list; the benefits of each tyre size. The 35" list was long and comprehensive, recommending handling, fuel, usability, etc. The 37" list simply read, "it looks cool".

 

So we tore up all of his hard work, started again and he created what you see in this post. It was so much fun helping to design it and it brings a daily smile driving it around. If I could change anything, it would be that I could buy another one and we do it all again! Thanks Alex,

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My 2017 Wrangler Rubicon that I bought new in November got the Buzz Racing treatment earlier this month. Here are some photos but it is safe to say that Alex and his team provide a great service and give you nothing but confidence during the process. The results on my Jeep are superb (some photos below) and I’m sure I’ll be back for more. Thanks Alex. Andrew

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Some recent vehicles we have been working on!

 

Don't forget if you have question, want to ask anything about any of the builds you see, feel free to message here or email us for further info.

 

 

A Jeep renegade in for a front end black out and functioning snorkel.

 

 

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 A nice 75th anniversary JKU in for a full AEV tubless bumper, skid plate and Warn Zeon 12-s platinium winch install plus some smittybilt side protection.

 

 

 

This jeep will be having a series of modifications to enable it to be used for the customers line of work.

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Posted (edited)

A nice rubicon JKU in for a 2.5" AEV lift, 285 75 r17 cooper st max tyres, 30mm wheel spacers to retain the use of the stock rubicon wheels.

 

 

 

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Tim C's  rubicon in for a 2.5" AEV lift... 

 

 

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Posted (edited)

It does look a lot better on the ATX Ravine wheels with the 285/70R17 STT Pros though!

 

That Renegade looks really good with the snorkel and black grill I must say! 

 

The White Rubicon seems to have lost and then regained its 10A Rubicon bonnet decals ?? I don't see any pictures of the spare, on it either, did the 285/75s fit on the carrier in the end or not?

Edited by TimC

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Rubcion bonnet was resprayed whilst with us also... so stickers were lost 🙂 good spot though!

 

The wheel needed some spacing and was still very very tight (snug against the plastic carrier) this will be changed soon i would imagine when the customer is ready.

 

 

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