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95 Kawasaki 900 zxi, no spark

No spark, have thoroughly inspected all connections, wiring, kill switch, electronic key, inside the electronics box, and have ohmed out the 3 coils, pick up coil, plug wires, all check good. So it looks like the CDI ignitor is bad. But the factory manual doesnt tell how to test it, but to ''take to the dealer for his special tool for testing''. Anyone know how to test the Ignitor? Thanks/

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