i went for a ride in the snow at a park w/ a baseball field, and did some mx-style turns and roosing, tons of fun! power wasn't quite there, i noticed. i was riding around for a while, my bike was caked in snow, and about a block away from home the engine quits. there is fuel in the tank, i try choking, and bump starting really fast. nothing. so i got home, pull the plug and start turning it over and check for spark. a few sparks, but not rhythmic with the rpm. i notice the plug is gapped too much, so i close it a little and try to start it. i get a few pops but no go. i let it sit a while as i gave up, and searched the threads. even looked up how t make my own cdi 'cause i thought it was shot. then i slap myself on the forehead, and wonder why i didn't check the cdi connections! i brought the bike into the basement and the blue wire is a little loose, so i tighten the connection with some pliers and pull the kill wires, in case the kill is bad. i go around the block, peddling with the clutch engaged the whole time. i got lots more pops, almost there! i adjust the choke and it starts up a little, then more, and it finally runs! top speed is quite low, about 20. what do you think happened? water in the cdi?