No, unfortunately slow is the word of the day. These are my notes on the settings that work for me on my direct drive machine
Ninjafles 0.5 Auto .6 92-3 0.173 225/40 No Retraction if you can get away with it Speed 6mmS
So .5 nozzle extrusion width auto (.6), extrusion multiplier .92-93, Filament diameter 1.73 (or actual measured) nozzle temp 225 bed 40, retraction off or if on, .3-.5 mm at a speed of 6mmS
Print speed depends on the model but bettween 10 and 15mmS . Much slower than 10 and the plastic leaks out of the nozzle faster than it is moving and creates voids too fast and you get drive issues.
Drive tension on my machine is just a screw that pushed the bearing against the drive with no spring. It is crucial to get this "JUST" right too loose and it slips, too tight and the filament gets squished and will not move forward.. Once I found the right spot, that setting has worked fine for all other filaments thus far. I only use it for things like rubber bands, vibration dampers, gaskets etc.. so very simple shapes.. and small sizes..