I'm assuming that per the manual you tested with the wires disconnected.
Have you tried testing the coils both hot and cold? I'd be curious to see how different the reading are under both conditions.
I'm not sure if the higher resistance would indicate a bad coil or not. I'm sure someone with better knowledge will chime in soon.
Edit: it is possible that as the coil heats up that its shorting to ground causing a problem. Though if that were the case, I would think it would cause problems while it was still running. not just an issue getting it to start back up.
However, the two most common remedies for hot starting issues are a set of iridium spark plugs as well as pickup coil mod (reducing the gap)
also, check the voltage being delivered to the ignition coils, should be 12V. anything less, and you may need to do the mod for them as well to hook then directly to battery power through a relay to switch on with the ignition.
......I'd rather wake up in the middle of nowhere then in any city on earth.
*2014 VN900 Custom (16,200 miles and counting)
Last edited by Ndr; 07-23-2013 at 01:53 AM.