I have some troubles with my genius, in fact I'm thinking to sell the bike.
I feel that the bike doesn't absorb properly.
If I put the pressure indicated in the equalizer, the sag is more than 30% so I've tried to put more pressure in the + chamber (more than 5bars). But even matching the sag, I don't feel the 150mm.
I've tried also to put less pressure in the - chamber according the flash tool in scott web page (soft setup) and match the sag again but it's the same.
The worst thing is when I ride thogh a deep groove, it feels like a hard trail.
I weight 75-80kg, and the rebound is at 7.
I guess the problem is that the equalizer doesn't recover enought and some time with a little pothole it bottoms.
But with a lower rebound, the bike eject me.
I have tried a zesty for instance and the rear suspension was like butter.
Any help?, is it a problem of setting or is the bike like this?
Sometimes I think my former kona (of 100mm) had a better suspension.
Thanks in advance
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