You should just check to make sure that the VTF is not in fact adjustable - many T4P tables (especially the better ones - and quite a few of the Technics were among the better ones!) - had adjustable VTF - but the adjustment method was not always obvious!
The M92 is the same exact body as the M97 - no difference - the differences are 1) the P-mounting (which also adds mass), and 2) The needle (with or without brush)
The VTF is driven by the needle and the use of the brush.
I use some of the other p-mount shure family styli with the SAS (Me75p, 1000e, M105e - several of which are identical to the M92)
Here are some stylus choices in the proper p-mount format:http://www.turntableneedles.com/search. ... &search=GO
And in the "with brush" format:http://www.turntableneedles.com/search. ... &search=GO
And there are the brushless non p-mount versions that also fit (VTF needs adjustment for many of these):http://www.turntableneedles.com/search. ... &search=GO
With the OEM styli for the cartridges with the same specs (inductance = 650mH to 750mH) - use the original manufacturer specs for the cartridge that matches the stylus to work out setup.
With those where the original cartridge inductance was different - it may take a bit of playing around to get cartridge loading spot on.
The cartridges that match the M92 are (ie same internal magnetics/electrics)
(there are more...)