Thanks for your help. All the connections looked good. There is no clutch or side stand switch on this bike. I tested the solenoid and starter relay off the bike by hooking them up directly to a battery. After some sparking and loud clicking (note to self: make good connectors with probes and clamps for this sort of work) they both tested fine. I put everything back together and it started right up. A friend who spent a long time as a professional motorcycle mechanic thinks the solenoid or relay was stuck and I kicked it back into working order (he also said a hammer would have worked. Now he tells me).
One more question. My friend wants to sell the bike. It's a low mileage example with a lot of expensive extras (Ohlins front and back just to start -- the original front end was on my 900SS). Any suggestions on where to post it other than the usual, here, ebay, craigslist?
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