What it means is the forks/shock have numerous settings , there is a baseline , and where you end up , it is variable depending on various conditions and circumstances
You take the adjuster (lets start with Compression Forks) , Turn the clicker 1 click at a time clockwise till it lightly seats/stops (do not force it , then turn it out till it stops , counting the clicks (it will be the same on both forks) , the standard position (baseline setting) is 7 clicks out , so to get there you turn it in all the way , then turn it counter clockwise 7 clicks (each click should be 1/4 of a full turn , so 4 clicks per complete turn) , same goes for the rebound (bottom of the fork) , the standard/baseline setting is 11 clicks out .... follow ??? , the shock is slightly different
The shock has 3 adjustments , High Speed Compression , Low Speed Compression , and Rebound , the Rebound is adjusted the same as the fork , the base setting is between 7-10 clicks out , you will have to experiment with this as track conditions determine what setting is used as a baseline
High Speed compression is the large nut on the top tank , the Low Speed is the small screwdriver slot , , the term Low and High Speed does not mean the bike speed , it is referring to the shock shaft speed , and how it reacts to various obstacles , the High Speed adjuster should be around 3-1/4 to 3-3/4 turns out to start , the Low Speed is 11 clicks out baseline
Again , the adjustments will vary depending on how well you ride (how fast you are) and the terrain you are riding , (sand. hard pack , etc , also Jump size ) , Basically , start off the the base settings , then go 1 click on say the fork compression (either in or out) and see if you notice a difference going over the same terrain , is it better or worse ?? , then adjust from there , if its worse go back to base setting , then go 1 click the other way .... is it better or worse ??
Do the same for each clicker/setting (do the forks as a pair , what you do to the left , do to the right) ..... the shock will be how it reacts over terrain , and jumps , I personally like to balance my settings front to rear , in other words , if 11 clicks out feels good on the forks compression , then do the same on the Low Speed Compression on the shock and see how it feels (low speed is the screwdriver slot) ...... The settings will vary from track to track (or trail) and on how you ride the terrain ..... there is not , do this and it will be good , what you like , someone else might not ... so you have to experiment to find what suits your riding style , speed and location .... , it always varies , but your base setting is what you revert to when you need to change , or you get lost with the settings ALWAYS , do 1 setting at a time and test , don't adjust the fork compression and the shock rebound , or the fork compression and the fork rebound at the same time , you will not know what setting made things worse or better , always do 1 setting , then test ... it takes a while at first , but once you start noticing what each setting does and how the bike reacts , you won't have to do so many adjustments to find a setting
Hopefully that helped a little .... .... if not , ask away , and I will try to guide you thru it where you are confused ...