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Hello everyone I'm looking at a tuner of some sort would like to know pros and cons of them. Anyone have the looney tuned chip from high lifter on there rzr? How about power commander v what type of hp and torque gains do u get?

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Im thinking your talking about looney tunes fuel controller. If your vehicle is stock you dont need one. Don't expect much if anything for gains. I would not be surprised if you lost hp by adding a fuel controller to a stock rzr. With a powercommander you can add some timing which might be good for 1-2 hp on a good day.
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Don't waste your money! Significant (worthwhile) power and performance increases are measured in cubic-dollars, and there are NO cheap-and-dirty shortcuts, just the time-honored and proven methods and processes: bore, stroke, cams, and/or boost. Anything else and you're just fooling yourself, and pouring money down a sand-hole. My two-bits.......

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That's kinda what I figured just thought I ask. So if I do a clutch kit exhaust air intake would it be worth getting the looney tuned fuel controller?
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No......waste of time and money. All those add-ons Won't gain any noticeable h.p. unless you install a cam, bore it or turbo It's a waste. The rzrs come set rich from Polaris. Fuel controllers only ADD fuel which will not increase h.p. Only if you add a turbo would a fuel controller be necessary.
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That's kinda what I figured just thought I ask. So if I do a clutch kit exhaust air intake would it be worth getting the looney tuned fuel controller?
Actually, the ONLY thing on your list that would provide ANY performance improvement is the Clutch-Kit, and, that said, let me recommend to you the clutch-kit from SLP (Starting Line Products). Many of us here on the Forum have gone with the SLP, and the improvement is amazing. My two-bits.....

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Ok that's good to know I use a lot of alp stuff on my sleds love their products
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