That's understandable bro. Just tough finding someone in these parts. Mostly import and mustang guys. As soon as I tell a shop that it's a 95 SC motor but yet a 96 car, they get scared away by the whole OBD1 motor going in OBD2 car and computer being reprogrammed, etc. It's not there fault, just such strict policies within companies these days. I don't think I will tell any major shop it's a 95 SC motor anymore unless I need parts specifically for a 95 SC motor.
Worse case scenario, I'd have to take it to an SCT Performance Shop to get any bugs worked out.