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e36 with m40 engine, induction kit help

im trying to fit an induction kit to the m40 engine, not too hard i know but what i want to ask is if i can do away with the airflow meter and is there anyway of crossing the wires on the maf plug to fool the brain into thinking its still there, as the car wont run without it, its the round twist in plug with 5 pins in it
if anyone has done it or knows of anyone that has if they could help me on this one it would be greatly appreciated
by the way its the engine seen below and you can see the maf there that im trying to do away with

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