my bike is either a gallant white horse or a donkey. according to my bike speedometer from fleet farm, my bike runs fine and goes 28mph (i don't crank it up that high for more than a few seconds, if i do at all) sometimes. most of the time, it is just stuck at this crappy 22mph, WOT. i think it is a problem with the killswitch... here is why. my dad and i put the engine on, and it ran like a top. in picture 1 down below, this is what it looked like about half an hour ago. when it could only go about 22mph. not sure what happened to cause the power loss. picture 2 is what it looks like now. i switched the black and red wires from the killswitch around. i don't think it makes a difference, but much to my surprise, i hopped on, and boom! 28mph! i hit the kill to make sure it works. it killed just fine. i started pedaling, dropped the clutch, and 22mph. now i can't get it to go anywhere again past 22mph. the speed dropped after i killed it once after switching the killswitch wires. coincidence? i don't know. the rest are pictures of the rest of the engine. in both pictures, my thumb and forefinger are grabbing the killswitch wire. the white wire is just taped off because that's the power from the engine, correct? idler chain may be issue? i think it's good and tight, but not too tight... i dunno. end rambling. maybe someone has had this issue before. it's only been a few weeks since installation... any help would be appreciated!