Sounds like you have a faulty "side stand switch"...............!!
Look at item # 6
: Before purchasing a new side stand switch, check for continuity to ground on the Green wire at the side stand switch. There should be continuity....!
When the transmission is in gear:
1. Voltage (brown/white) wire from the #9 start/reverse (5-amp) fuse goes to the reverse lever switch,
(black/white) wire goes to the neutral light bulb and the reverse diode assembly, (yellow/red) wire
goes to the reverse relay switch. (This is voltage to “trigger” the reverse relay switch)
2. Ground (green/orange) wire from the reverse “neutral” switch goes to the reverse diode assembly,
(black/red) wire goes to the reverse relay switch. (This is ground to “trigger” the reverse relay
: It also provides ground (green/red) wire to “trigger” the starter relay switch B.
At this point, you have input voltage and ground to activate “trigger” the reverse relay switch...!
3. Ground (green) wire from the frame goes to the side stand switch, (green/white) wire goes to the
clutch micro switch, (green/red) wire goes to the reverse diode assembly, (blue/red) wire goes to the
input “load side” of the reverse relay switch.
When the reverse relay switch is activated “triggered”, ground passes through the reverse relay switch
and ground goes to the starter relay A. (This is a “brown/red” wire at the starter relay A)
When the side stand is up and the clutch lever pulled in, the ground circuit is completed to activate “trigger” the starter relay A.
(The bike will start in gear)
So, the bike runs, the tach and the speedo do not operate on the dash cluster. No speed.
Also, of interest, when kicking into 1st gear, it kills the engine.
When attempting to start again, in gear - it will not run.
Back to neutral, and fire it up, no trouble.
This is a first...Its almost as if the kickstand is down, but in reality it isn't.
Again, all lights, and gauges are lit and reporting temperatures and fuel state.