You can't take a MAF from a m50. It is a hotwire maf and the m42 uses a vane AFM ... they work in completely different ways. There are conversions out there, but they are quite pricey. Look up splitsec.com ... I know they used to make a MAF conversion kit. If you meant a larger AFM from a m20 2.5, that wont work either ... the a/f ratio will be all out of whack.Thanks for your replys
M3 Would obviously be the choice, but not my wallets.
I was thinking more along the lines of superchip.
What if i take the MAF air flow sensor unit from a 2.5 and the inlet?
Any body know.
Or i am just lost in hope of some extra drifting power?