Hey guys been a while. I have been neglecting the VFR for a while due to this new project. It's a 1985 Yamaha Virago 700. I have plans to customize it after I get it running, but more on that later (hopefully). I got this thing dirt cheap. With the title. Had a key made (that cost me more than the bike itself). When I got power to it, all the lights worked, signals, etc, but nothing when I pressed the start switch. I assume this is (1) an electrical problem being either the switch, the starter relay,the starter, or bad wiring or (2) the engine is locked up. I am going after (2) because the bike sat for so long. I want to make sure the engine turns before I get into the carburetors. I have only restored one other bike (the 87 VFR) and used the large valve adjustment nut to turn the engine to verify it wasn't locked up. Obviously this bike doesn't have gear driven cams. I refuse to buy a Haynes manual (only one available) because I have done that before and was disappointed. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to turn the engine manually to see if it is free? I have poured marvel mystery oil into the cylinders to help. Other than that, as you can tell, the bike is in great shape. I know it isn't a VFR...but I know I can get some great help from yall too.