Don’t tear apart your new bike just yet. First make sure you’re getting all it has to offer in stock trim. Let’s start with suspension. The more adjustability the stock suspension has, the more chances there are for you to get it wrong if you go at it like a chimp. The right setting may be in there, but it can take work to find it, and a bit more work to fine-tune it to your weight, riding style, and the quality of your roads. Always begin with the baseline settings in the owner’s manual. Ride the bike on a variety of roads long enough to decide what you don’t like about the way it handles. Then change the settings one at a time, in small increments, until handling or ride quality improves. You’ll know you’ve gone past the sweet spot if gets better, then worse. Backtrack to the last good setting and leave it there.