Latest testing from Tim Roberts this weekend (forum post):
"I finally had a chance to load up a setup sheet from this past weekend's adventures. You can find the link below.
I came to the track with a test plan to try all sorts of stuff. Like usual I only made about half the changes I wanted to, and only half of them made any improvements. First of all, 50k instead of 100k was way better for me. The truck had a smoother feel to it and was a lot easier to accelerate out of the corners with. Auto2- try this if you have the CD installed and it should help.
Next I played with roll centers. I thought lowering the roll centers might add some traction and allow me to be more aggressive with the shocks. It didn't work. In the end I only made a slight change to the front camber link and left everything else stock.
After that I played with F&R diffs. Slayden was having luck with 10k front, 5k rear. I had 30k front and stock grease rear. 10/5 is a much better starting point. The truck is much smoother into the corners and much more consistant out of the corners.
Last I played with shocks and swaybars. At this point the truck was feeling great, but needed a little more front grip. I dropped the front shock oil to 50 wt and moved the rear shocks out. I also put on the black front bar. All of this did exactly what I wanted and the truck was dream to drive."
Set Up Sheet