No spark after a shower, cmon...
So this is the second time this happens to me, and i like my bike clean so im not paying the pechanic to fix my bike for everytime i cleaned up. Anyway, im building a bobber, so i got my cables simplified, no lights, (i connect the lights directly to the battery when need them.) So about 2 weeks this happened to me, i showered the bike at a carwash and after that , didnt had no spark, it was late so i left the bike at the carwash, next day i cheked all the cables and they seem to be fine, i thought it was the cdi and bought a chinese new one, but it wasnt compatible, so i gave up, took it to the mechanich, 10 minutes later he had my bike running. i Checked it and it seem it had some bad cables i missed to check, so nothing wrong there. He even used the old cdi, so i know it wasnt the cdi. Today after 4 days of mud, i showered my bike, let it alone for 4 or 5 hours, went outside to take the bike inside the house, and guess what, no spark again, i have not checked the cables again, will do tomorrow, and hope i can fix it myself. So i was wondering if theres some electrical guru here that can help me, set up the most simple wiring with a simple starter switch, like an arcade pushbutton i can add to start the bike. I know the black and white cable of the cdi kills the power, so im confortable with that one, and i know its not rocket sience to add a kill switch. I looked at the puked tube and i had it covered, but if by any chance water got inside, could that be the cause to not have a spark? Any help would be surely apreciated, since i got laid off yesterday and dont have the coin to expend at the mechanic, and i do need the bike to go look for a new job. Thanks for any help.
Ps if any electrical guru apears, bike does not have the neutral,stand,or clutch swich anymore, and was running fine without them.
Second edit: Can i remove the starter relay or selenoid and just use push button?