if it has been sitting it might be worth check the clutch switch and kickstand switch too. They may be stuck in the closed/open position even with the clutch/kickstand in the right position and are in need of a little WD-40 to loosen them up.
I'm guessing you have checked all the fuses?
Also wondering if the new battery has a charge? Some batteries need an initial charge (sorry if this sounds obvious, but it's easier to rule out the simple stuff before REALLY getting into it).
how about the main power relay? Can you test it somehow to make sure it is getting power through to the right parts? I am looking at my manual right now and trying to see what else might be causing it.
the joyriders cut a few wires and blew 4 fuses and a bad ground.it work much easier with a new battery. it didn't like my kaw battery think it got heart burn from it got everything working as it should waiting on bodywork and paint thanks for the impute
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