Well got it done. Here is what I did and I am pretty happy with the results. Just for information also everything seemed to be a direct or easily modified swap for this.
This is the SN95 seat frame.
And this is the stock seat frame. I removed the suspension stuff from the frame for some reason in this photo.
Now the only real difference in these frames is the slight bumps near the seat fastening points on the SN95 frame. This is due to the power tracks need for some clearance to move.
This is the foam and upholstery from my stock seat. The next photo shows a factory cut in the foam, I used this spot to run the seat controls near as the SN95 seat has the same cut out but in the center of the seat. I was going for the least intrusive way to accomplish this swap.
And then removed n
Now this is the spot that needs to be shimmed due to the difference in the seat frames. I used some washer temporarily to get my height then welded up some flat stock steel to take up the gap and contoured to sit nicely in this gap. The washer would have been sufficient though I am sure.
Now for control mounting. I set the controls over a factory hole in the 92 frame and marked the center then cut an x in the vinyl. I passed the electrical connector through and then marked my holes for the screws.
Drill holes in frame.
Replace foam and upholstery then add the controls. I was not happy with initial fitment of vinyl so I made a cut in vinyl like the SN95 fabric and the fit was much better.
Then all I did was reassemble the seat and put in in the car.
For the wiring I used the original connector in the car and I also had a factory matching plug. So I soldered the connector I had for the wiring in my 92 on the floor to the factory connector I had for the seat. This way I do not have a cobbled wiring job and if I want to remove the seat I just disconnect the connectors.
The main reason I did it this way was so that I did not have to reupholster my SN95 seats as that would have been pricey. It came out really well and is just as high as if I would have just swapped over the SN95 seat (about 1" higher). Hope this helps someone out there and let me know what you think.