I got this sheet from some Brits at the '96 Worlds in Kingston, Ontario. NOTE that these settings may not necessarily work for your sails.

PINNELL & BAX - SAILMAKERS TO WORLD CHAMPIONS

FIREBALL RIG TUNING GUIDE - PINNELL & BAX SAILS - 1995

WIND SPEED (Knots)1 - 41 - 45 - 95 - 910 - 1510 - 1516 - 2021 - UP
SEA STATEFLAT WATERCHOPPYFLAT WATERCHOPPYFLAT WATERCHOPPY..
MAST RAKE (Imperial)22'6"22'8"22'8"22'8"22'6"22'6"22'4"22'3"
RIG TENSION
Jib Luff - Lbs
400400400400400400400350
KICKERNONENONEA BITA BIT..LOADSLOADS
Reason..Top tell taleshould be stalling30% of the time.To control twist &blade out mainsail
CUNNINGHAMNONENONENONENONENONENONEYESYES
JIB FAIRLEADSLOWER LINEMIDDLE LINELOWER LINETOP LINEMIDDLE LINETOP LINETOP LINETOP LINE
FROM C/LINE (mm)250250250250250250250250-300
STRUT (from neutral)0000 ~ +1/4"00 ~ +1/2"0 ~ -3/4"-3/4"
JIB LUFF TENSIONWRINKLESWRINKLESWRINKLESWRINKLESNO WRINKLESNO WRINKLESTIGHTTIGHT
CENTREBOARD POS'NFORWARDFORWARDFORWARDFORWARDUPRIGHT ~ +1"+1 ~ 2"2 ~ 4"4 ~ 5"
OUTHAULTIGHT1 1/2"3/4"1 1/4"TIGHT1/2"V.TIGHTV.TIGHT

N.B. Mast Rake is critical, so lighter crews may have to Rake earlier (14 - 15 knots)