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So my buddy just picked up his 1993 XLT its got 7,000 miles on it.
It also has Dyno port racing pipes, no clue on the jetting, the clutch has a dark blue spring in the primary and 10 AL weights, is this stock clutching ?? and how "good" are the dyno port pipes.
 

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i was just reading some forum on hard core sledder and this guy was asking the same question i odnt know if its true or not but somebody replied saying that all it does is make it louder and your gonna lose about 5 hp
 

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I have never heard of the Dyno port pipes they look like S*&^t the welds on them look horrible so I wouldn't doubt it
 

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Hey Brennan, does your buddy think that TURD has something for your XC????.....LOL, JK, I've never knew that Dyno Port made trips for the XLT's, and its been quite a while since my brother's 96 XLT with SLP pipes, so maybe some of the other guys here can help out with clutching and jetting specs, you know what I know and what I know makes our sleds GO!!!!!
 

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buddies XLT of his engages around 5,000 rpm and runs quite good
 

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No, he knows I will put a hurting on the XtraLargeTurd plus it has no studs so there goes the race. On another note, I found on the net that a XLT came with a gold primary spring and 10m weights. I think his weights are a 10 AL but I could barley see the markings I deffinely saw a 0 on the weight, his spring is deff. not stock its DK blue. I just aneswered my own Q. LOL
 

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are you sure they are dyno port?, and if it has 7000 miles get ready to rebuild the engine top to bottom in the next year. but a xlt with pipes and the right set up will pull hard. Sorry i dont remember what i had in mine.
 

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Dynoport made/makes triples for the XLT. I have a set. Sound really nice, have only put a mile on them though.

dynoport.com for information, give them a call about jetting and clutching, (315) 252-2113.

Recommended 230 mains for mine with a spring change for 108HP at 9000RPM...about a 16HP increase, but i have the 597 HO not the 580...i'd just give them a call.
 

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Originally posted by mdmaniac
[br]Dynoport made/makes triples for the XLT. I have a set. Sound really nice, have only put a mile on them though.

dynoport.com for information, give them a call about jetting and clutching, (315) 252-2113.

Recommended 230 mains for mine with a spring change for 108HP at 9000RPM...about a 16HP increase, but i have the 597 HO not the 580...i'd just give them a call.
a 230 main jet is WAY to small, a stock XLT with 34mm carbs have bigger mains jets than that. i had 290 main jets with my pipes. stock was 260
 

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Dynoport recommended the 230s. Im still running the stock 260's in it, I have the 38MM carbs too
 

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Originally posted by mdmaniac
[br]Dynoport made/makes triples for the XLT. I have a set. Sound really nice, have only put a mile on them though.
Yeah, The dyno ports do have a nice sound to them(kinda quiet)but nice tone
 

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mdmanic whats your clutch setup ??
 

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Originally posted by mdmaniac
[br]Dynoport recommended the 230s. Im still running the stock 260's in it, I have the 38MM carbs too

have you rode your sled yet? make sure you check your jetting, that seems way to lean for pipes.
 
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