Hello everyone. Ive been lurking and reading for long time and rarely post. Ive painted 5 complete jobs. Working on my 6th. From epoxy primer to final polishing and all steps in between. Im looking for advice when spraying clear. I use the iwata lph 400 1.4. I use spi universal as well as ppg products. I can get the clear to lay and flow out wet on flat panels but i somewhat struggle when spraying verticle panels. Quarter panels etc. I have gotten pretty good at cutting and buffing due to this lol. I like to spray at 29 psi 3.5 turns out on the fluid full fan . 50% overlap and about 5 inches from the panel. It still comes out textured. Its still easily fixed with 1500 grit. Its not like im having to start with 800 grit. Im just trying to get it flatter out the gun so less time using 1500 grit. Since i dont paint cars daily i find myself sometimes having to re learn as i go since it might be weeks inbetween spraying clears. Should i up the psi? Move faster? Dial back the fluid? Last week i painted my 61 bubble top.i didnt get any runs and i got 2 faint hints of a run around a trim hole. So that tells me i put it on pretty heavy. Any advice is appreciated. Sorry for the long post.