I have this exact same problem. What was your outcome?
My contractor says he will spin it around so that the coil is pointing towards the plentum instead of pointing towards the furnace.
Started a new thread.
Here is a short video I took. If more information is needed please let me know.
If the coil is downstream from the furnace (left to right in the video), then it doesn't matter which way the apex is pointing. It's designed to go either way for ease of installation in either air flow direction.
If the coil is upstream of the furnace, that is definitely wrong and should be corrected or else the heat exchanger will rust out prematurely.
X2 coil is ok in it's current configuration. If this were a downflow installation the coil could only be in this position.
I don't like having the coil apex baffle that close to the heat exchanger, but that coil is rated as ok for installation like that.
I don't think you will find anything in either the furnace or the coil manufacturers instructions saying there is anything wrong with that installation.
Personally, I'd have put a 4-6" spacer between the furnace and coil when installing one with so little clearance between top of the coil and the heat exchanger, as it makes for more uniform airflow across the heat exchanger.
i see water issues coming from air blowing just under coil pushing water out of pan i would change it. coil looks old furnace looks newwas it this way with old furnace?
Show me some sp#'s both ways and then I'll worry.