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starter relay is 4 legs....so now the big red wire is from the battery, the big white/red spiral wire connect it to the starter motor,,,,the 2 small wires is live wire and ground....the ground is your switch....the other wire is your live wire,,,
Your positive side on your battery has a fusible link tied in,if it's burnt or melted then you are not getting any power,follow all wires leaving the positive side of battery,if the fusible link is bad,replace with same gauge wire,Hopefully your alternator,battery and alternator is still good.Autozone will test them for free.If I had your year,make,model and engine size.,I may be able to send you the wiring diagram.
Initial checks would be for the main fusible link inside the starter magnetic switch. Thereafter, check for the presence / absence of +12 on all the fuses box, main connector, battery + terminal and ignition switch.
A wiring diagram of the Honda CBX750F would be of help as reference. Should you be interested, a copy maybe found here.
you need a starter box w/c includes push swtich , install near the handle put attachement to bolt , wiring to starter red in color to box terminal, black wire connect to box terminal direct battery , install fuse depend to the starter amphere , series to black line positive + .connect green wire to the negative -- from battery to body of the strater or ground bolt. then start it. Thanks