Yep, sure enough, I bumped the pressure up to 190 for my 160rtr yielding about 25% sag then dropped the fork pressure to 75 and I like it!They have to recommend what will work for Joe Average, who is probably not riding all that aggressively. I rode again today at 230 PSI for my 180lb weight and ~25% sag and it was perfect, I'm gonna stick with that and not even bother with spacers.
For folks who are reaching the bottom, are you simply using all of the travel or hitting the bottom such that you are losing control? If it’s the former, is that a bad thing? If the latter, it would be good to hear how the extra spacer changes things.
For me, it's been the fact that I've been using all the travel on relatively low impact terrain (flowy jumps. 4-6ft drops with smooth landings, etc (using pedal mode compression setting.) Its not that I've had any bone jarring impacts tho.
Honestly, I think you are right though, that using your travel is the whole point of having suspension. I just am not sure how the bike will handle bigger features or more importantly the misjudged cased landings and over shots that my Enduro just forgives me for. Maybe I should have bought an Evo, but the bike is just so fun to ride fast and uphill too. I wouldn't want to give that up. While not crazy light, I think mine is around 28lbs, which is really refreshing when you are used to pushing 30plus