Like Zac said, king will do all the work for you. If you are trying to tackle yourself, rear bypasses need more compression valving. With any car, if you want to prevent bottom out, the car is gonna have to be stiff. Are your compression bypass tubes closed?
Fronts appear to have too much preload, you’d be better off with a 2” longer lower spring. Rates seem really close though.
Im sorry, I may have explained wrong. Rears I just adjusted the bypass tubes to reduce compression as I have never used more than half the shock in rear.
Fronts seem to bottom out in rough stuff. If I use the click adjusters on front coil over, i can soften it up but it only creates it to bottom out faster even though the ride is now more plush. If more compression is added it still seems to me that it bottoms out but also makes the ride in all terrain rough. I was just wondering if moving the spring collars and or the dual rate adjuster up or down may help in front. I may just have to find out when king is going out next as it is probably hard from my explanation as i dont really know what its doing