I assume you will be using your ASI294? If so, crank up the gain to 300 and you will still be able to keep your EAA exposures to a nice, short 20-30s.
This image of mine, which I know is now fully processed (EAA police, please don't shoot me), started off as an EAA live stacking experiment on my EdgeHD 8" at f/10 (no filter, Bortle 5 sky). I wanted a FOV that could capture galaxies well during the Spring months at our club's electronic star parties. So, to keep the exposure times very low in order to have an interactive presentation, I decided to jack the gain up to 300 and it worked really well. During the presentation, with just 15 minutes of total live stacking, I had a progressively beautiful Needle Galaxy on a 12' project screen wowing our local astronomy club members with my little experiment.
I think you will be pleasantly surprised...