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FX6 Flow Reduction

Question for all the Fluval FX series owners out there. I recently had a leak on my FX6 thanks to my poor plumbing skills installing an inline heater to my 125 gal. I replaced my hoses, and now my flow is ALOT stronger than it was. I was curious if adjusting the ball joints on each side would reduce pressure, without putting strain on the motor? Ive read in some areas that it could reduce the life of the engine, just wanted to ask others their thoughts. Thanks in advance.

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