Okay, what you would need to do is disconnect the powerpack from the stator, and make 2 different sets of measurements.
Measure between the brown and brown with a yellow stripe wire - Spec is 900 to 1100 ohms
Measure between the orange and orange with a black stripe wire - Spec is 90 to 100 ohms
If the measurements are within that ballpark, the stator is good, which would mean the powerpack is bad. If the stator fails either measurement, the stator is bad. If the stator does end up being bad you would also want to pay special attention to the flywheel magnets. These engines have a known history of cracking flywheel mags, and when that happens it will wipe out the stator.
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