Originally Posted by AMRRA12
a lot of stuff gets blamed on suspension that is rider error and we blame the bike (not saying that this is the case ) its just important to understand it could be you and not the suspension at all, so its’ important that we eliminate the “YOU” factor before we adjust anything
Ahh crap... I'm always blaming the "me" factor... I figure the bike must be fine, something I'm doing
Serious... first try and replicate the issue. Once you're confident you can replicate the issue, try a couple things relative to you (body position, throttle position and control, braking, etc.) and see if it impacts it. If it ends up being suspension, this information will also help your suspension guy provide you a good option to try. And yes, those tire pressures are too high... first fix that, then see if you can replicate it again... For some spirited riding, try 32r/34f. Then see if you can replicate the same issue. Then go from there.
There is not a magic formula. What works for one may not work for another rider... too much is dependent on the rider's "style" as well as ability.