Re: Clutch switch, removed?
You can, but it would be a very bad idea. The ECU would assume it's constantly operating the motor without load and run the engine accordingly (use different maps, perhaps a lower rev limiter, etc.). You don't want that when you're not in neutral, or have the clutch pulled in. Do a search for "neutral switch" for more details; there are plenty of threads describing the effects.
Hey thanks Mate.
Ive done it on other older bikes with no problem. But searched like you suggested and found a big thread on it. Looks like there is a way to set up a relay to delete the switch. This close to Christmas im not going to the shops. LOL
So Ive bridged in a brake lever switch that works opposite to the clutch switch and cable tied it to the bar. I have to push it to start the bike. Rough but it will work until Jan when I have time to wire in the relay.