There is absolutely no reason to rewire your bike. If you are an electric engineer have at it but we will NOT, test, exchange even look at parts that have been rewired.
The kits are complete and engineered to work fine with the included connectors at 36V.
There is no way for us to test them, there is no way for us to know what you did while rewiring, we have no idea of your abilities as an electronics engineer.
Please do not attempt to rewire your bike, there is absolutely no reason to do it. I continue to get black tape octopuses with Radio shack off the wall connectors and we will not accept nor replace these.
The problem is that many of you can easily do this and make it sound very easy so many customers are simply cutting all their connections and adding all new off the wall connections. Along the way they are mis connecting causing problems.
Leave them alone.. They are engineered to work flawlessly at 36V.
Before I knew better at 18 years old I owned an 82 Toyota pickup that needed a motor replacement. I didn't label anything and started pulling all of the connections loose, yanked the motor and dropped a new one in and ended up frying my wiring harness.
Many of the users on the forum make it look easy, simply because it is easy for them. DO not attempt to do this as it will void your warranty.