I like 70# up front on 1, 65 middle shock on 2, 150(I think, gotta check my notes) in the rear also on 2. I do lockout the skid on deeps days or when doing alot of climbing. Front ski shocks will stay on 1 unless im doing whooped out trail riding.
Before the Alpha conversion and EVOL chamber addition, I use to run
60 psi front, clickers on 1 or 2. Once in awhile I'll put them on 3 if I want the sled to corner flatter on a smooth twisty trail ride in.
50-55 psi FTS, clicker on 2
125-130 RTS clicker on 1 most of the time
170 pound rider without gear, normal mountain riding with nothing to extreme.
i like 55-60 in front, shock on 1 for smooth trails and powder, 2 for more beat-up trails, 60 in front ski shock, 2 on shock setting; 120-130 on rear with shock on 2 most of the time.... 190 lb rider before gear
I'm a 150# rider with that same sled (2018 Sno Pro w/ 3" paddles), and I run 45 PSI in the ski shocks, 50 ~ 55 PSI in the rear track shock (depending on what's in the bags). Everyone thinks the front needs to be pumped way up, but I've found for my weight, it handles way better a bit lower. You need just enough air pressure to hold the sled up with you on it. I also have a full SLP exhaust, which does drop almost 20lbs off the front (makes the sled amazingly more nimble).