Most of us who do this mod (I did immediately) jump the two wires
right at the clutch lever with a mini fuse right in the connector.
Can't mess that one up very easily.
What's a clutch safety switch? Why would you want to start a bike in gear with
the clutch lever not pulled? I know there is a sidestand switch. Many disable that.
When on a weak battery it's nice to get rolling and be able to hit the weak starter and dump the clutch.
Takes us back to the old school days of the teen years and like all of our dads, we had to actually look
at the kickstand, manually turn the gas on, and look for the neutral light. Disabling the "safety features"
merely puts the bike back to where it's our own responsibility to do a prefilight check. These features are
added for liability purposes. When they fail, they are there for walking purposes.
I deserve to be pole-vaulted if I ride off with the stand down.
I deserve it if the bike dies at the bottom of the driveway and the gas isn't turned on.
It's possibly just my take, but lose the extra crap and pay attention.