The first samples are ready.
Firstly, I print a control sample with K=0 and without extra prime amount
It was good as expected
Next, I decreased K factor by half and got almost expected result with overcompensation
Then I printed the K=0.3 sample. 0.3 is the recommended starting point for my Bowden length. It still looks overcompensated on the text. The bottom one was printed with my default settings. For the upper one, I use @Phaedrux advice and raised extruder speed/accel/jerk settings. It's maybe slightly better, but I can't notice a difference.
Then I thought, maybe my old K calibrations are not applicable after microstepping change and I print another calibration pattern.
And it points back to K=1. Why?
Now I'm trying to print a single-walled cube test. Now my cubes look like PA isn't exist at all and the width of the layers is the same on all of the length. Even while acceleration to 80mm/s. And the cura sometimes wants to fill tiny gaps on the corners, but these are other topics for googling.
On the next step, I will try to recalibrate flow, maybe PA also affects that.
PS. All my PA samples printed with 5mm retraction, maybe I should lower it more?