1) What effects does changing CFM on your blower have on a system with a TXV? Like, if you changed the CFM for a 3 ton heat pump or AC from 1260 CFM to 1200 CFM, would that severely affect the refrigerant pressures or would you have to change from 1200 CFM to like 1000 CFM before the system would need to be recalibrated? (I'm not asking how, why, or what is better. I'm just curious as to a cause/effect answer)
2) I know with cooling, CFMs are set typically by the rule of 400 CFM per ton. How does that work for heating? How do you set the CFMs for a furnace? Is it by BTUs, comfort, static pressure, noise? I realize that setting the CFMs for a unit too low could cause the heat exchanger to get too hot, but I'm not sure what else governs the CFM settings for a furnace and what exactly is that danger zone.