Ok guy's I posted a while back about a hobbit that I have which I just can't get to spark for some reason.
Information is as follows.
1978 PA50. All done up with a 70cc kit, intake, exhaust all the goodies.
Still has the points ignition in it.
Last time the ped ran as I was riding it and all the sudden it quit on me. At the time I was running it around low on gas because I was getting ready to put it away for the winter so I just assumed that it had run out of gas. Fast forward to me pulling it out of the shed this spring and turns out the thing has no spark.
I have done everything I can to diagnose this issue with absolutely no luck.
Components tested are as follows.
HT coil has been tested and passed the test as good. (I have also swapped out for another coil that has been tested and is good just to be safe and that hasn't helped.
Condenser has been replaced on both the first and second coils.
All wires have been tested/inspected for breaks and I have found none.
Rectifier has been tested and confirmed to be good.
Points have been replaced and correctly gapped.
I have tested the stator that was in the bike when it ran last and it passed the resistance test for the ignition coil. I have also replaced the stator with one that was confirmed to have come out of a running bike before I acquired it (resistance was also tested on this stator and it passed as well).
I have also bypassed all wiring and wired ignition wire from the stator directly to the HT coil and that has done nothing.
It seems as though I have traced the issue back to no output coming from the Ignition coil on the stator but I am not sure how this could be possible since this specific stator in the moped right now has passed the resistance test and was confirmed to have come out of a running bike before I got it.
If anyone could please help me figure this out it would be greatly appreciated I and everyone else I know that is mechanically inclined are 100% stumped.