The main problems I found with the F-MAX kit are the manifold, which is not even comparable to any Rev Hard manifold. Design, quality, construction, etc...and the fuel system, those 2 extra injectors places before the throttle body...I woudln't do that on my car. Adding two injectors is a poor replacement for actually upgrading the stock ones. The two injectors sit in front of the throttle body, and the fuel is not dispersed equally. The only way to ensure equal dispersion is to have one injector per cylinder, like stock. If that weren't the case, Honda would have just thrown one big high flow injector in from of the throttle body, and let it saturate the intake manifold.
As well, as good as the stock intake manifolds design is, it is not designed to have fuel injected into it. The injectors are placed where they are places by the factory for a reason. Even though the stock intake manifold is designed with a semi-rough surface, which allows air pockets to jump and keep fuel from settling, the design was not made to accomodate 2 injectors coming at it. The design was intended for NO fuel whatsoever being there.
There is no replacement for upgrading the stock ones.
All of the kits use the same basic setups...turbo, piping, intercooler...etc...But the manifold designs, the fuel systems, etc...are usually the variables.
I think the Rev Hard system comes with an FMU and an in line fuel pump...but even that, I would upgrade to a holley in tank.
From what I have studied, the Rev Hard is the best all around kit, and it has the best dyno proven results...