quency... you mean what it looks like when its broken in?
im not sure if there would really be a noticeable difference. its kind of a try as you go sort of thing once you get a fair bit of paint run thru.
turn things down and if they go to hell, turn em back up. mines run awesome the way it came from the factory, just adjust my chrono with the hpr. and my lpr is about 80. never touched it.
the seal will make some difference but i think its more a matter of fatigueing the spring just enough. wearing out the "newness" of it, getting it to an "operating strength", but well before its gone "soft" and useless. if that makes any sense.
if you meant broken....welll.......thats even harder to say...... if it doesnt seal, something is amiss. even if its imperceptible, that can make all the difference. or just try slobbering on more lube. ; p
when your mom said "eat your greens", she didnt mean pick your nose.
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