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So, no spark can now be stator, CDI, coil, spark plug cable/boot or any wiring between the sub-systems.

1st order is to follow test sequences in service manual... then having extra parts to swap in becomes invaluable as one can only test using an oscilloscope and some electronics knowledge.

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Hmm. I have an oscope for car audio purposes but not sure how to use it in regards to this. To be entirely honest with work I don't have time to do this at all so i'll probably have to take it to a shop and have them look at it. unfortunately it sounds time consuming and they will probably overcharge me by quite a bit.
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Verify that there is no spark before you do much else. Also check connections on both orange and black coil wires.

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Hmm. I have an oscope for car audio purposes but not sure how to use it in regards to this. To be entirely honest with work I don't have time to do this at all so i'll probably have to take it to a shop and have them look at it. unfortunately it sounds time consuming and they will probably overcharge me by quite a bit.
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Verify that there is no spark before you do much else. Also check connections on both orange and black coil wires.
Unfortunately most bike shops don't even have an oscilloscope, and in my case which I made a thread on, an oscilloscope showed regular and normal activity. Test the orange wire with an oscilloscope and verify you have overv100 volts AC.


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