OK... not doubting as such just trying to think it through. The red stator generates a voltage for the CDI unit (sometimes called the switch box) and this is for both cylinders... so if you can still get a spark from one coil something is odd about the test readings.
It's the trigger and CDI unit going faulty that can end up with just one coil being fed a signal to fire.
Resistance figures can be lower across the board when it's cold... I think the spec readings are at 20degC.
Check this out too... http://www.cdielectronics.com/wp-con...20-%202012.pdf
Around page 78 for your motor.
If you have double checked and there is still no reading for the stator is there anywhere you can see that the wires bend round something so that the copper core could have broken with the outer sheath looking intact? Give the wires a good flex while the resistance meter is on to see if you get a flicker.
If nothing obvious I guess you will have to pull the flywheel to get a better look.