Well after some trial and error of floating the ground wire on the stator of my 2001 wr426f, I believe I may have solved the problem. The first time doing this I used a steering wheel puller to pull my flywheel from the shaft covering my stator. However when I screwed the steering wheel puller on, I threaded the screws in too far, and when I began turning the middle bolt with a wrench, it causes the motor to turn over and those screws then scared along the stator... Once I had the flywheel off, I immediately spotted the damage, and tried to re solder over the coils and cover them up with silicone. (It was all I could think of) I then continued floating the ground wire and reassembling everything. So when I was done it looked something like this. After I had it all back together I tried starting the bike to see if it had worked and to no suprise, there was no spark! So after thinking over it all I decided to bite the bullet and buy a new stator for $150 on eBay.. It came in yesterday and I have floated the ground on this one just now, and I believe it all looks correct, but I won't know until tomorrow until I put it all back together. Fingers crossed it a works right... Anything you guys can see I might have missed?? Here's where I routed the wire out of the back and up with the main harness.