I think marinera may be on to something with the plaque idea. I’m not sure what “plaque” is here, but the chord I have does not seem normal. It is HIGHLY resistant to stress…extremely tough.
For some reason, this makes me think that low force for long periods of time would be better than using high force that may just cause a strengthening of the chord.
Maybe what happened is that this chord, which is prevalent in all men, thickened due to stress with some unusual collagen deposits. This is what I feel from my self-examination…I am sure I did not have this feeling before my year of clamping, 100% sure that I did not have such a strong and precise limiting factor (although I do not remember the chord at all, so I can’t pinpoint if it thickened or not).
LV, have you tried IR+fulcrums?
It really kills my cord.
HG: ~6.25" | MEG:6.25" | Low shaft EG:6.5" | BG: 7"