In theory you are correct, but for this application changing out your stock MAF would yield minimal gains at a high cost. When you replace a MAF with a larger one, you have to get the new MAF calibrated for the injectors you have and it wouldn't be a bad idea to spend a little time on a dyno to make sure your air to fuel ratio is correct when it's installed. A MAF problem can make the car run like absolute poopoo and can lead to some serious damage not long down the road.
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