its kind of a change and see what happens vs a set it and forget it when it comes to tuning the suspension. first and foremost, make notes (i mean write the stuff down) of where things are set at before making any changes. secondly, make one adjustment at a time and then test to find results.
off the top of my head, and i can do some further research, your sled will have limiter straps in the front and possibly in the rear of the skid. your shocks may be adjustable as well. i am referring the the skid, not the ski shocks. again, in the skid, you may have optional mounting holes for the pivot arms. with the limiter straps, you will have optional mounting holes. depending on what you want to achieve will lead you in the right direction. softer ride, firmer ride, more traction, more steering, less steering can all be adjusted within the skid.
on the struts, you can adjust the preload to a certain extent and change the handling as well.