You can check the coil’s resistance, both primary and secondary have limits in the manual. If either is out of range, it’s bad. But, since you already replaced it, that’s highly unlikely. The stator can also be tested with resistance, but you’ll need to measure peak resistance. Can’t be done with a standard multimeter.
I assume you’ve checked the simple things like all fuses, kill switch, clutch safety switch, gear position switch, changed the spark plug, etc. The CDI pins in the connectors sometimes become unseated and lose connection, check those, too.
If you’ve checked all of those, I’d either replace the stator or have a reputable shop check it.
Some good info here:
94mm bbk, +4 stroker, Hot Cams, Vertex piston, FMF Power Bomb header and Power Core can, KW black diamond valves/dual springs, FCR39, K&N, Elka long-travel LT fronts and rear, Houser +3, +3/4 LT A-arms, American Star pro xs chromoly tie rods, Dyna non-programable, Tusk +3 axle.
Last edited by jetmech25; 09-07-2019 at 09:46 PM.