I feel like I am talking with Norm from Cheers here. Why not spend this much effort answering the OP's question?
Hey, I really appreciate your literary criticism, moriver!
I nominate you for MODERATOR, if you're not one already!
As to helping the OP, I offered the suggestion to substitute a working IGNITER, and mentioned a trouble-shooting procedure for that component as constructively-intended efforts to help solve the problem (i.e.,
no spark) outlined.
From my post above:
Ignition coils seldom go bad, in either case. I'd look for a good igniter to substitute, although doubtless a trouble-shooting procedure exists in the service manual.
Wish I could offer more effective suggestions, but--aside from the obvious, and given the long-distance diagnosis problem, that's about my best effort, moriver.
Please share your own, suggestions; thanks!
Again, regrets if my posts fail your criteria; I shall look to your posts for examples I may follow.
You already knew the difference between CDI (capacitive discharge ignition) and FTBI (inductive discharge ignition), right, moriver? I regret any inconvenience caused you by my pointing out the differences between Generation 1 and Generation 2 ignitions.
Further, perhaps I should not have mentioned an additional error (to the one you pointed out, "Electric CDI" ignition) in the Kawasaki KLR650 specifications ("single piston rear brake caliper"). No offense intended!