I know the the SN95 MAFs had a flange on the intake side where it bolted up to whatever happened to be on the other side (CAI, filter, S/C, etc.) I also know that the older ones did not have this. They simply connected through a rubber sleeve or connected directly to a filter. I have seen adapters that allow you to convert a 94/95 MAF to a 93 and older one. It was basically a small piece that bolted to the flange and allowed you to simply slide a sleeve over the otehr side just as if it were an older MAF. So here's my question: Do they sell an adaptor that does the opposite? Basically, I'm having a hard ass time finding a larger MAF for my SN95. It absolutely has to have the flange to bolt up because I have a supercharger and not just a straight filter or CAI. Here's what I was thinking. If I get a flangeless MAF and buy an adapter... can I turn the adapter around and connect to to the older style MAF via a rubber sleeve? Then the bolts would be facing outward and I could bolt them to my S/C piping. or would this cause some sort of issue like turbilant air, restricting airflow, swirling air, etc... If that isn't going to work, does anyone know where I can get a larger MAF that has the flange? I looked at C&L but all their stuff is designed for N/A cars and they are flangeless, even for the 94/95 models. Or am I going about this all wrong? I just had another idea. What if I cut the flange off the supercharger side? Would I then be able to simply slip a sleeve over the older style MAF and over the newly cut piping to make it work? If I were to do that, would it cause any turbulance issues? I want to minimize turbulance as much as possible. Is there a certain length I should make the connecting tube or will it not mater and will it screw it up anyway? here's a pic of the flange and how the MAF connects in case you were wondering.