Curious why you would switch from Glamour II to Timeless.
I have both rolled and sprayed Timeless and Sprayed Glamour II and I would never go back to Timeless.
I never tried to roll Glamour II, so there may be an issue there that I am not aware of.
Quite a while back I read some posts here by "bill t." regarding spraying Glamour II so I decided to give it a try.
At the time I was using timeless. Boy am I glad I made the change, It is far easier to obtain consistent results
spraying Glamour II than Timeless. Most spraying imperfections seem to disappear when Glamour II dries, not so
I have a Fuji Q4 HVLP system and can tell you I have the needle adjustment 1 turn out and the air valve on the end of the hose 1/2
open. This seems to work fine when using glamour II, thinned 45/50% with water. Since Timeless is thicker, and I seem to recall they don't
recommend thinning it much, you would probably need the needle adjustment turned out more and more air.
I wasn't using the fuji system when I was spraying Timeless, so can only guess at the settings. I have been spraying with cup type guns for over 30 years
and have to say the fuji system is one of the best I have ever used, so you have a great setup. Wish I could give you the correct settings for Timeless,
but if it were me, I would ditch the Timeless and start spraying Glamour II. I know Breathing Color says Timeless is the latest and greatest, I have not found that to be the case.