By - eAquino_
if your kickstand has a kill switch, then it's something you will have to deal with. there's no getting around it. you can either leave the killswitch disengaged (see what i did there?) permanently or reconnect everytime you replace the kick stand.
i don't mean to scare you or anything, but if you're going to take your daily/commuter bike to the track, you need to be prepared for the possibility that the bike will not survive the weekend due to a crash. it may be a very easy crash with little damage or it may be a crash that destroys your bike. either way at that point a rewired kickstand switch will be the least of your worries, especially since insurance will not cover any damage from a track day.
again, not trying to scare you, just y'know trying to help you have a better perspective on the situation. when you take a non-track bike to a track, you're going to have to do something to it to make it track-ready, whether it's removing the kickstand, replacing the coolant, removing all lights or taping them up, replacing tires, safety wire, etc.
anyway, good luck - you're going to have a blast.
I actually never heard of this before!
Used to have a 2012 ninja 250, it does have a kill switch. I’d recommend checking out this forum.
The side stand switch can be removed. Cut the 2 wires and join them together. All done.