SYMPTOM: While doing 75mph WOT for approx 30 seconds, the bike just stopped as if I pressed the kill switch. It still has compression, so the piston was not blown. And it has spark. BACKGROUND: We were 130 miles in, approaching our campsite (30 miles shy) when this happened. Up until then the bike was running fab! Its my first BRP and its a clean '02. I had the pig un-corked before going out on my first ride. THINGS TRIED: OVERVIEW 1) plug sparks 2) put gas in the cylinder, still no start 3) looked for elec shorts due to wear/vibration DETAILS: I pulled the plug, it looked a little on the dirty side, but it sparks! Good spark at that. The tail light lights up when I kick it, I assume this means my coil and electrical is good. I checked the wiring from the coil back to the regulator (?)- looking for vibration wear into the wire insulation, found nodda thing. I put gas on the sparkplug and in the hole then installed the plug and kicked it over, not the slightest of an ignition occurred, just like the kill switch was held. So I disassembled the kill switch, no change. PLAN OF ACTION: 1) get a new plug and hope and pray. 2) hope someone has other ideas what to do??