Is there a bung for the sensor that 'was' plugged into the stock airbox? In my custom CAI for my 1994 SLE there is a 2" long nipple and I just used a blue rubber hose going from the nipple to the sensor and used matching blue electrical tape to keep the sesor from falling out of the hose when temp in the engine bay heats up and expands the rubber hose slightly. Now if my filter was blue to match it would look cool.
Go to page 2 on my web site at car domain to view a pic of the CAI setup rpior to the install.
Oh, and I swapped the filter to the opposite end for better fitting into the engine bay and so the sensor I removed from the old airbox can reach the rubber hose.
I will get more pictures of it in the car as soon as I get it back from the shop that is replacing the broken right rear control arm. It looks cool, add'* power, and the intake and exhaust tone is absolutely stunningly like a European exotic supercar from inside the inside of the car (maybe the outside too, but I can't get myself to let someone else drive my car so I can hear it hauling *** down the road). Now if I only knew how to make sound post sound clips on the internet (probably wouldn't do the car justice unless they were absolutely top quality recordings).
Anyhow, I am sure your setups will do the same as mine, but with easier installs. Mine is a snug fit between the tb and the corner behind the headlight (had to put the adapter hose on the tb and the filter in the corner before putting the stainless steel tubing in as I couldn't get it on all in one piece. I also shortened the tb to tubing adapter hose.