You can find an Airaid for around $300 and install it yourself. Tip... go through the fenderwall. I paid $500 for Hennessey and its no different really.
By the way Manna... take it easy for the first 1000 miles. The dealers fail to tell you the phosphorus rear-end does have a brake-in period. A lot of folks think the rear-end is not strong. This isnt so. In fact its strong enough to handle several upgrades and be reliable. Its just that most don't know about the break-in period in which it can be severely damaged if mistreated with wide open throttle launches. So take it easy until its ready. Then it should last for as many WOTs you can throw at it.
noticeable? yes, the whine of the blower and crisper throttle response brings more driver variables into play. the real power comes with a few more pounds of boost via upper and or lower pulley or both. OP try autoanything with discount code 'welcome15' for your airaid. the trim (blk or c/f) and filter is up to you.
good luck,...we're here if you need us.