If you are ever lucky enough to find a pulsed xenon light set off an old copy camera grab it up. It will do exactly what you are going for with the added feature of a continuous on time during exposure. It manages this by not running full power for the tubes rated capacity and pulsing an arc through the tube instead of one big pop.
The major thing to watch for when using studio strobes for this task is heat dissipation. Push them too hard and you may blow a tube due to overheating. The highest power xenon tubes have a water jacket to keep things cool. If you notice your units suffering try to get some extra cooling with a blower of some type and give it a rest break. The print will wait.