Hey Patuca thanks for your reply
I ended up replacing the stator with the one from my parts bike. This has fixed the problem.
The multimeter not giving me an ohm reading between the brown+/green wires coming out of the stator made me believe the stator was the problem via what I read on this forum.
I was highly suspicious of all the other safety features that might have been preventing spark... If I had known how to check them all properly I probably would have, but I knew the bike was running fine up until it was parked.
So hard for me to believe that the stator would just die after running flawlessly for all this time. We did have some extremely hot/humid weather in the last couple of weeks combined with some rain. (Although I cover my bike) I don't know whether that might have affected things, but all I know is there is 0 continuity between Green/Brown+ inside the dead stator.
I might have a closer look at the dead stator to see if maybe the wiring had a problem.
Was so scared I'd wasted my time w/ this job but thankfully not!
And yeah I have the killswitch burned into my mind after a couple of scares where it wouldn't crank due to being switched off!
My question now is...How long is this used one going to last?