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That would be for a 2.5 ton unit.
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A 2.5 ton unit inside and outside would be correct, you can get an TX valve evaporator, but you would have to replace the evaporator to do that...I am not sure exactly what you are wanting to do?
If you want better cooling you really need to upgrade to A 3 TON UNIT 2.5 TON WOULD BE AT THE MAXIMUM RATING for the square footage of house. That will struggle to keep up. You really just need to upgrade to a 3 ton unit to get a unit that can keep up.