I recently did the Sanyo 4912 conversion and the kegging went pretty well. I have two corny kegs, a dual regulator co2 setup. I kegged up a 5 gallon batch of apfelwein, and approx 4 gallons of amber ale.
I decided to carb them at 30 psi for 24 hours, then tune it back to 10 psi for a few days and see how it went. The amber ale was at 8psi for some reason after the second day, so I bumped it back up to 10. The apfelwein we ended up drinking on the first night so I figured it would slowly carb over time and I'm not worried about that.
I know at this point I need to measure the temp of the fridge so I can more accurately carb up. But regardless the apfelwein is flowing about 15-20 percent faster rate than the amber ale. I checked all the hoses, clamps, and pressures and everything looks identical between the two. Is there any reason why the flow rates are so different? Should I just keep increasing the pressure until it flows at the proper rate?