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F4 1078 RR 312 EBS relay found

For those who have a 1078 (and hopefully won't need it)

Located on the left hand side of the bike behind the ventilation mesh wire of the left upper half fairing. It is a set/ group of 3 relays one next to the other (middle one on mine is Green color). The EBS relay is the one on the left of the 3 (towards the headlight) within a rubber band and it is 40ampers relay. There are 5 pins sticking out of the relay with the numbers 87(5), 87b(4), 86(1), 85(2) and 30(3) and pins are in a cross like shape. Replacing is dead easy just take it out and plug in the new one.

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are you sure, that relay is also available on my 750, which has no EBS.
Here pictures of a 1000S, where the white connector is where relay cable connects. Note that is has also the three relay rack!
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For those who have a 1078 (and hopefully won't need it)

Located on the left hand side of the bike behind the ventilation mesh wire of the left upper half fairing. It is a set/ group of 3 relays one next to the other (middle one on mine is Green color). The EBS relay is the one on the left of the 3 (towards the headlight) within a rubber band and it is 40ampers relay. There are 5 pins sticking out of the relay with the numbers 87(5), 87b(4), 86(1), 85(2) and 30(3) and pins are in a cross like shape. Replacing is dead easy just take it out and plug in the new one.

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I don't think that is the ebs relay.
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Hi CAG,

Thats what the UK dealer confirmed. In the diagrams (workshop manual) it reads 'general feed relay' which also confused me.

What do you have in mind?
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I thought the 1078 had a slipper clutch instead of EBS?
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If you look at the picture that HB88xx posted, that is the ebs relay. It is usually tucked up right behind the radiator not as far back as you indicated. Also, I think the general service relay is different than the latch relay.
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to my knowledge the EBS is managed by the ECU...

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The F4 1078RR has both the EBS (as all F4's I think) ánd a slipper clutch.

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So, if the ebs is managed by the ecu, why is Phil's acting up? Possibly an ecu fault? It's working on 2 cylinders, with unburned fuel.

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