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Even though they have different HP and TQ ratings, I think it's BS. IMO they are both the same or close enough.
The SN95 does have some nice advantages... 130 amp alternator, electric fan, and some other minor lttle perks. The downside... they can be a little more expensive to mod (but not too much more) and the engine bay is really cramped. They're a bit heavier too but not by too much.
Car @ idle
NOS is like a hot chick with an STD. You wanna hit it but you're afraid of the consequences.
My buddy has a 94 or 95 and when I ride in that car I am reminded how much nicer his ride is thanmine. Of course my fox is lowered, but his car feels so much more solid, and has no rattles. Takes bumps much better, interior is way nicer. Ill tell you what, I do love the look of the fox, but I would rather have the overall nicer car. To me, it seems much more refined.
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