Just to add a point or too.
The '94-'95 engine had a different oil pump than the earlier engines. I believe it was a high-volume pump. A few years ago I ordered a reman long block for my son's '94 SC. The oil pump came boxed separately. Looked up the part numbers and sure enough, it was for the '89-'93 application. And this reman engine was specifically for a '94-'95, had a different part number than the early engine available. No problem I thought. Then I figured that Ford wouldn't have spent a penny more for a different oil pump if there wasn't some reason. So I bought the later version and installed it on the engine. I don't know if it makes a difference, but it obviously did to Ford at the time.
What will make a difference is swapping the balancer. Here's the deal. If you reuse your stock '95 balancer by installing it on the new engine, the balancer will eventually fail. Not a question of if, but when. You need to buy a new '94-'95 style balancer. As far as I know, there are no OEM versions available. Unless things have changed in the past 4 years, there are no stock aftermarket replacements available. The only thing available is a high-performance balancer made by BHJ.
The summer/fall before my son's new engine purchase, his stock engine seized and toasted the lower end. I had just parted my '92 SC, so I gave him my engine (stock '92 with the head gaskets changed). We went through this whole balancer ordeal and eventually swapped on his original low-mileage balancer. The idea was to change it to a BHJ before the next summer. It only lasted a few months and sheared off the front of the crankshaft. Expensive lesson learned.
The BHJ is expensive, but alot cheaper than a new engine. And it is a high performance unit, so the cost is inline with similar versions for other engines.
Good luck. I wouldn't want to go through this again.
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