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We’re not far off weight wise so I’d suggest you’d be happy with ~25% sag rear, ~23% sag front and rebound fairly open on both. The only firm rule is to keep your fork firmer and faster than the shock.
For your girlfriend’s bike the same numbers should work but if it helps to initialize the suspension you could try 28%-30% sag out back. I’d drop the lowers ASAP on he bike and lube the fork seals ([https://nsmb.com/articles/wrench-now-ride-later/](https://nsmb.com/articles/wrench-now-ride-later/)) as any friction will be even more noticeable for a light rider.
One other think to note on her bike is the X-Fusion 02 shock can be revalved if the rebound is too slow for her air pressure setting.
X-Fusion Manic is a great post/great value!
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