An hour is quite a bit optimistic for installing a jet kit on these bikes. You might be able to do it in under an hour after some practice and only if you're changing jets. If you're messing with needles you'll probably need closer to 3 hours the first time and after practice you might get it close to 1 hour, and you'll get practice carb kits are rarely a one time deal. The only jet kits I'd consider for your bike are Ivan's (only if you have a 4-1 exhaust) and Factory Pro.
As others have said, although the C and E model carbs are the same size (40mm) and spacing they are quite different, but the F's and C's are similar. E's and F's have similar cams, timing, and port design. If you set up a C set like an F set they'd probably work, but that seems like a lot of trouble when you can just jet the E model carbs correctly.
Do not remove the airbox and put on pod filters! The ram air on these bikes is extremely effective and you'll lose a lot of free HP on the road for a possible increase on the dyno.