Need some help here.
I was very satisfied with my 2012 SID XX dual air on a Superfly and was building a Superfly 100 and I tough of trying the new 2013 solo air, all of them in G2 geometry.
I live in Brazil and I friend brought the suspension for me so it's not easy to return to Rock Shox so maybe you guys can help me, here's what happens:
First after I mounted the suspension on the bike, it wasn't working, the xloc was locked, even with the lever pressed, I ready people complaining on the internet that sometimes it comes with this problem and you have to bleed the xloc, so I did and it solved the problem.
But I found strange the the suspension was still very stiff, the chart recommends 135psi for my weight but it seems too high, so I fill it with 100psi, the other strange thing is that even with 100psi the sag was going just 10% when mounted on the bike, and as you can see the picture below, the sag chart was very strange because the zero wasn't on the right mark.
So I did my first ride, a 1 hour ride, and everything went good but I didn't liked the suspension, too stiff, not plush like the 2012 version.
On the second day I went to test it again, and just when I got in the bike the grey seal went off as you can see in the picture below.
I took the air off, and pressed the seal back on, filled the suspension back again, and voila! The suspension was very plush with 135psi, and as you can see the picture below, the sag chart changed, and the zero was on the right mark, that was VERY strange!
Ok, went to the trail to tested, after 40 minutes, the seal when up again, so I went back to the car.
I got the seal back, and now the suspension is stiff again, and more strange, the sag chart is showing a new mark.
So guys, what is happening and what should I do?
Sag Chart before using for the first time:
First time the seal went off:
After I got the seal back and re calibrated you can see a new zero on the sag chart:
After the seal went off again, and went home and the Sag chart is different again:
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