ive run the taylor as low as 80 cfs and still had fun.....
.....however my general cutoff is around 250. below 300 the shallows between the rapids start to get somewhat bony, and you will hit a few sleepers hiding in the froth, but the rapids stay clean and overall the run is still very much worth doing. flows between 250-400 make it a very very fun technical maze requiring lots of must-make moves. nothing serious at all, but still a super fun 4.5 miles. lap it a few times and i challenge you not to enjoy it. during the race last year on similar flows (maybe 400ish?) i polished the whole thing in ~30 minutes. so even if you take your time and enjoy it [you should] you can still get down in 1 or 1.5 hours. roadside and an easy shuttle means you should try to lap it at least twice, maybe three times.
watch out for the run out of the slot, you need to go hard right and hug the bank as you come out of the slot proper, or bust over some mank rock and stay far left. and be heads up as you come out of the first private property section below initiation, stay left of center for good lines. but really, you should take the time and do it. as i said, i wont hesitate to do it if its above 250.
a couple years back we had 249 on the gauge on October 1 and it was still lots of fun. very little scraping. but then the next day they turned the dam off