So I just did a WR wiring swap out plus the crank and a few other odds and ends and got it all put back together and now it won't start. I tried it last night that is. Well I remembered about a ground that I had put on my to do list before it got buried under hoses and wiring on top of the engine, so I dug it out hooked it up and still no go. I then started going through the trouble shooting list.... got to the test on the top of the cap/coil and it is supposed to have .08-.1 ohms I'm not sure if I'm checking it wrong or if it is bad but I only have .01 ohms. I have my multimeter on the ohms setting 20k which gives me two decimal places should be what I need but I also checked it on the other settings nothing that looks any better. Any inspiration? Or am I stuck with buying a new one? And did I cause it to go out by not having enough grounds hooked up? Or could their be another problem in the wiring harness of the bike?? I looked at the manual's for both YZ and WR and their resistance on the coil is the same so are the coils the same unit even though their part number is different? thanks guys.