You could overheat the copper and produce black oxide flakes inside the tubing. These flakes can circulate through the system and clog filter driers, metering devices. These flakes are also slightly abrasive and could reduce the life of the compressor's bearings.
I'd braze with a nitrogen flow to stop the production of black cupric oxide flakes especially if the unit uses POE oil as a lubricant.
The TXV shouldn't harm the compressor if the work is done correctly and the TXV is a match for the unit.
I have seen other systems that were less reliable with a TXV. Sometimes, operational simplicity can serve you well.
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