yes, but the car will probably run rich. Don't ask me why but when I used a MAF from my 96 GT (pro-m 77mm) over to my new 2000 GT the car ran extremely rich. A lot might be the way I have my cold-air setup, but either way it ran rich
2000 Performance Red GT Auto to 5spd/Old Car: 96 Metallic Green Auto GT
Fordchip Tuned Dyno #'s:407.6 RWHP 386.5 TQ with car seriously de-tuned for "bottom-end" reasons.
Go-fast mods:Steeda Hood and Wing, Saleen side scoops & front bumper, Stalker sideskirts, FMS "C" Springs 1 Coil cut in the rear, Nitto 555R's(front) & Drag Radials(rear)
Well long story short I cut the post in my '00 gt's maf, car didn't like that very much so I found a 98 maf w/ sensor. The sampling tube and everything looks the same I just didn't know if I needed to swap the maf sensor itself or not. FYI the 00 tube and housing is plastic. the 98 one is aluminum. Looks MUCH better IMHO.