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its my pleasure lol, have you installed it yet ? and just to confuse you even more had you known about the
reverse polarity you could have rewired the F4d wiring harness and saved yourself $70.00 .
and rule of thumb just because your bike says 2007 2008 or 2009 the year it is registered it might be a 2008 but a 2007 bike so check theses things
it dose matter .
Installing it tomorrow (Saturday)
My bike is a 1078 F4,only made them for 2 years 2008 to end of 2009.
Product adviser by Healtech lists 2008 model only.
I was hoping it would be correct but no.
See what happens tomorrow.
I am sick of taking the tank off and on.
This is the last time.


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Slightly off topic but does anyone know what a QSE Sensor is and how it works? and what the pro's and con's are compared to a conventional Rod Push / Pull Sensor) I tried to google it but i can't find the right search phrase.
I have installed iQSE on my B-910 almost two years ago, and recently I noticed a problem in functionality, somehow there was a sensor damage (although the bolt was tightened in accordance with the instructions).
A bit of extra tensing temporarily solved the problem but I reported the failure within 2 years of warranty.

Since plastic on the sensor is broken off from the outside, now the interior is partially seen.
I guess it's just a piezoelectric element.
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basic strain sensor....

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Installing it tomorrow (Saturday)
My bike is a 1078 F4,only made them for 2 years 2008 to end of 2009.
Product adviser by Healtech lists 2008 model only.
I was hoping it would be correct but no.
See what happens tomorrow.
I am sick of taking the tank off and on.
This is the last time.
that's exactly what i found on site in uk it listed MV 1078 2008 and MV Brutale 1078 2008
wiring F4D clearly they don't know what we do ? don,t worry it will be fine
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that's exactly what i found on site in uk it listed MV 1078 2008 and MV Brutale 1078 2008
wiring F4D clearly they don't know what we do ? don,t worry it will be fine
Wish me luck,I installed the wiring tonight when I got home from work (could not wait).Plugs with red square to No 1 cylinder and continued along injectors,triple checked I paired all the wiring correctly,earth directly to battery.
So in the morning fuel tank back on again,push the starter button and see what happens.


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Wish me luck,I installed the wiring tonight when I got home from work (could not wait).Plugs with red square to No 1 cylinder and continued along injectors,triple checked I paired all the wiring correctly,earth directly to battery.
So in the morning fuel tank back on again,push the starter button and see what happens.
if it worked for deano it should work for you
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Well,you should see the smile on my face.
Put the tank back on and bingo the motor is purring again.
Solid green light on the module and Bluetooth connected straight away.
Opened the wizard and followed instructions.
Just have to try it on the road now.
mv raptor I noticed your sensor threshold is 90%, mine is only 20%
Do you know how to get it higher?
I want to thank all you guys for helping me along the way,especially @Deano and @mv raptor (sorry don't know your name)
I am going to contact Healtech now and tell them the F4C harness worked and hopefully they will change their listing so no-one else gets caught out.
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Top shit Mitchy. Always a relief when it finally falls into place.

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Top shit Mitchy. Always a relief when it finally falls into place.

Cheers

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Your a good man Deano,when I am up your way I will buy you a beer or 3.


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mv raptor I noticed your sensor threshold is 90%, mine is only 20%
Do you know how to get it higher?
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First check whether the shims that go from both sides of the sensor are placed properly (they need to touch the sensor with the "outer" edge)
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