Just to share what I found out about the relays for injectors and the fuel pumps. These are the C, D, L & N relays on the step pad relay panel. They have the Bosch number 0 332 014 140 (or 0 332 019 140 if in a plastic housing) and are same 30A and of similar type like most other relays that are 0 332 014 113. However, the 140-s have a special property - they are low pull-in and low drop-out voltage type. The reason why Ferrari use this special type of relays for the injectors and the pumps is to ensure that they engage and don't drop out (switch off and prevent engine fire-up) during engine cranking when the battery voltage drops significantly, especially if the battery is not fully charged. Even though the 113 or another relay with identical pin assignment may work at these positions, it may cause difficult start in certain circumstances. So, check whether your relays C, D, L & N are 140-s if you sometimes experience difficult start when everything else is fine (flywheel grease, pressure regulators etc.). The only other substitute for Bosch 140 is Bosch 0 332 209 168 but I have not be able to find either of the two anywhere. I believe the Ferrari parts suppliers have the correct relay for this application (though they don't show the Bosch number).