thanks guys, at least i know that i am in the right train of thought. i remember in the pro2, raising the roll center reduces body roll hence they use softer springs to get grip. putting the outer camber link on the upper hole of the hub carrier does the opposite, lowers roll center and increases body roll. right? i'll try laying down the shocks by moving the upper hole inwards.
my set-up is:
Front: 40W, #4 piston, 6852 (grey) springs, 0 toe, -1.5 deg camber, 4 deg C-hub, 2mm spacer on outer camber link, stock inner camber link (this is what gives the car aggressive turn in), 5mm ride height
Rear: 40W, #3 piston, 6850 (yellow) springs, -2 deg toe, -1 deg camber, stock camber link position, stock shock positions, 6mm ride height
lem2: i find the 6841 (orange) spring too soft. my springs start at 6844 (red) - 6849 (pink), 6850 (yellow) and 6852 (grey). i have the 6851 (blue) but mysteriously broke one. i am trying to set-up the car on the newer and harder spring sets for agility.