I am in need of some help/advice. I own a 95 M900, last time I went out for a ride my bike all of sudden lost power and would not accelerate at all, it would still idle but it sounded like only one cylinder was firing(not sure if this was the case as I couldn't tell with the heat of the engine or the lack of tools I had on me). Every time I would give it throttle it would sputter backfire and die before it would even get the clutch engaged. Each time I was able to start it, it would idle but would sputter, backfire and then die when I gave it any throttle. My first reaction was it was most likely a fuel problem as I just filled up about 20 miles earlier. After getting it hauled home I tried to start the bike again and would not start at all(engine turned over just fine). I had power everywhere else and all the fuses were fine. So first things first I started with the spark plugs, and found out I had no spark to both of the cylinders. I decided that since I was going to buy dyna coils in the future I would just order them and get a few things out of the way as far as the problem goes. After I replaced the ignition coils, spark plug wires and spark plugs it still had no spark. I took out my volt meter and measure the resistance in both the old and new coils. The secondary and primary all measure within spec in both coils new and old. I then measured the resistence to the pick up coils both the left and right and measured out within spec too. I even took the left side engine case off and measured the pick up coil gaps, and still no spark. I then measured the voltage into the ignition control modules to make sure I was getting 12volts and it checked out ok. The only thing I haven't checked is igniton control modules. It doesn't seem like both could go out at the same time and I don't really want to pay $400 for even one to see if that is the problem. Does anyone know of a way to check them? Also could it be the regular/rectifier? Any ideas?