So I've been having a recurring problem with my 01 model involving water. Anything from a light wash to a downpour of rain will cause the rear cylinder to not fire. Fuel is reaching the cylinder but not igniting. Spark plugs and wires have been inconsistent with how they operate despite being new. This misfiring is causing the bike to only fire the rear cylinder when letting off the throttle, basically meaning that when accelerating, the rear is getting flooded with too much fuel for the barely functioning plugs/wires to burn. The issue typically fixes itself once it dries out over the course of a day or two, since the water evaporates from wherever it's causing the issue. Could this be water getting into the coil itself? I find it hard to believe that Kawasaki wouldn't address an issue involving plug exposure in the rain. I've ridden it through downpours without issue. It's only when it's been sitting in the rain or being washed, then started from cold. Everything runs great so long as it hasn't been exposed to too much water. I guess I'm looking for some preventative measures besides the obvious "don't keep it out in the rain".Thanks in advance for any advice.