Correct, the motor wouldn't even crank if there was a problem with the kill switch. The fuel pump doesn't get power either.
Upon further investigation... I was completely ignorant with my cam timing. Being a little rushed and working nights fogged up my mind lol. I've been building cars for a long time but never messed with wrenching on bikes, bought this one cheap and am using it to learn on.
The factory shop manual has horrible pictures, and I assumed the lonely mark on the crank was the TDC mark for lining up the cams. Hopefully I didn't bend my valves. Anyway, for the "T" mark that is supposed to be lined up, is it the vertical marking of the "T" that gets lined up, the leading edge of the "T", or the index line just to the right of the "T" ?
I already realigned to the vertical marking of the "T" but it appears that TDC is actually achieved with the mark just to the right. I inserted a rod into the #1 piston and turned the crank by had and that is where I noted the highest movement of the piston.
I'll be checking the compression after I get off work tomorrow morning, I really hope I don't have to replace my valves lol.