the only thing tat is more difficult, is parts availability, and affording parts price.
SN-95 uses a different TB, different exhaust, different timing cover, and WP.. and requires an adapter to run any of the foxbody intake manifolds.
But when it comes down to the style of the car, and the comfort of the interior... I'd never give up my SN95 for a fox.
and do not listen to anyone that tells you that you need to swap in a fox ECM to tune your car. Anyone who tells you that has NO experience with the SN-95's and their SUPERIOR computer system. You should basically ignore anything they say.
listen to adder....he knows his shit..especially on the 94-95
95 GT- AFR 185's, Comp CAM, Trick FLow TH upper and lower, 30lb injec, 76MM C&L kit, Full MSD, BBK Pulleys, 3:73, BBK Long Tubes, X Pipe, Magnaflow Cat back, Cobra front control arms, MM CC plates LCA's and Panhard bar, tuned by Adam @ Pops Racing.