my best guess would be that they would bolt on. but, you would have to have the sled put on a dyno since your engine is not what they are made for. you would need to find your hp at what rpms for clutching.
since there's about no difference in the engine size,, the only thing you need to watch for when placing pipes on ,, is the backpressure to the engine ,, and if there's barely any difference in compression with your 93 machine and either the 95xlt or 650SLP.
Shouldn't have a problem at all
The 650 pipes won't work. But the xlt pipes should unless they are for a special not a regular. Then if you are up to about 6k' you would run 10mr weights with a polaris blue spring and around 160-170 jets for the mains. If you use an after market air box then 180-190. This should give you a good starting point. It all depends on your elevation.
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