It should work just fine. I did some experimentation along with some other people years ago with x600 Epson printers. It turned out that high speed (bi-directional printing) worked perfectly well with my printer, but not so well with other printers. We worked at it pretty hard but could never figure out what the differences were. Neither could Epson. In the end we just marked it up to sample-to-sample variances with the hardware.
So it might work for you and it might not. Epson continues to get better at making printers, that is, in making the sample-to-sample variances smaller and smaller. Still, you'll have to try it and see to be sure. If it does work for you, then use it. It's actually easier on the machine -- half the passes, half the returns. And it eliminates the high speed not-printing returns. But the biggie of course is just faster printing.