A MAF connector to SD sensor cable is handy for plug & play sensor connection on ECMLink and I believe Jackal/DSMAP. These can be purchased premade for a decent price.
If you'd rather wire it yourself and save a few bucks, you might want to get a hold of someone on a board making 1G-2G-3G MAF adapter cables and arrange for a MAF connector to open wire you can then use. Here's a wiring index if you go this route. Credit to Jeff, VFAQ etc, I'm just compiling.
1G MAF pinout:
ECU?? 1G MAS Pin 1 green w/ yellow str idle position sw
ECU10 1G MAS Pin 2 green w/ blue str Airflow Hz
ECU102 1G MAS Pin 3 red +12V from MPI
ECU23 1G MAS Pin 4 green w/ red str +5 volts
XXXXX 1G MAS Pin 5 blank
ECU24 1G MAS Pin 6 green w/ black str Ground
ECU16 1G MAS Pin 7 green w/ yellow str Barometer
ECU08 1G MAS Pin 8 green w/ orange str IAT
typical SD sensor matches (assuming you use BARO for MAP sensor)]
IAT: use ECU08 and ECU24. Wires are interchangeable
MAP: use ECU23 for +5V (red), ECU16 for sensor output (blue), and ECU24 for ground (black)
----- if you have someone assemble the 1G MAF connector pigtail, see if they can run two wires off pin 6 since you need two ECU grounds for this setup.
1st gen MAFT pinout, handy if you want to hardwire it along with SD sensors to produce a base SD map off MAFT
pink = ECU102 12V
black = ECU24 ECUground <-- ground to frame instead
green = ECU10 Airflow Hz
brown = ECU08 IAT <-- use software to ignore at ECU, no need to cut
gray = ECU16 Baro <-- use software to ignore at ECU, no need to cut
white = RPM signal <-- this doesn't interface with MAF on a 1G, it's tapped off your CAS typically.