Guys, Decided to ignore the naysayers on here, and installed a K&N Cold Air Intake (Blackhawk Kit) on my 2017 Tahoe this past weekend (K&N Part # 71-3082). It took about an hour to install, and I'll be honest, I went pretty slow with the tear down, because I didn't want to mess anything up on a brand new truck. Anyways, the install was pretty easy, and here are my results for about an hour of driving so far: - Sounds meaner when accelerating (Not an obnoxious sound like some people have mentioned) - Increased MPG (I will post back actuals after a week or so of driving - I commute an hour each way to work highway/city/rural) - Increased acceleration - Looks badass Overall, I'm satisfied with the purchase. I'd love to install a supercharger on my truck one day, but $8k is not justified, and it confuses me as to why they are so expensive... **Installation Learnings** If you install this kit, be aware that there are some unknowns not covered clearly on the instruction sheet or in the video. In the kit, you get two intake hoses: one is 4" (Part C) the other is 3.5" (Part F). If you have the 5.3L engine, you use the 3.5" hose, if you have the 6.2L engine, you use the 4". Also, the kit does not include hose clamps for the new Crank Case Vent Tubes (Part A). I found that after installation, they were pretty easy to take off. 4 x hose clamps wouldn't be a bad idea to add on.