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Old 02-02-2014, 05:27 PM   #1
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Jebao Wp 10???

It's ordered this for my 75 gallon fish only. Something tells me I should have a wave maker. Can't afford the mp10 at the moment so fugured id try this out. For the price difference it can't hurt. Anybody have this or know anything about it? Comes in by tue and just want feel I didn't make an impulse buy.
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Old 02-02-2014, 06:43 PM   #2
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I have korralias but have heard very good things about the Jebaos. And plan on getting some myself
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Exactly what I have now. I'm just hoping to get some back and forth flow to clear some dead spots and mix it up a little as far as flow goes.
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I will have to admit my korralias don't get the "crap" off the bottom. I'm still struggling with pockets of detritus no matter which way I point them.
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It's a fine balance between the two positions. I constantly move them because I will always have one small area the sand won't clear. Hope the wp10 tales care of it. Any one who has one I would love to hear from. Curious of the position they set them up. Or if two would be needed.
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I use one WP40 in my 75 with two Korallia 1050s. If I had the chance to do it again, I'd go with two WP25s. The Jeboas don't seem to create as much of an undertow as the Ecotech in my observation, but they create lots of flow, and the price difference is too large to be ignored IMO.
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I actually just realized I calls this a wp10. I actually ordered the 25. I was comparing to them to the mp10. And mixed it up. So we will see it comes today. Only thing I worry about is the level if the water. I don't want to bring it down but I have to or it will spill over.
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Auto correct is wonderful-
Question though. The koralia a with the wp25. Is that a problem? Are they going to mess with the motion of the wp25?
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If you position the pump about halfway down the side of the tank, I think you'll be fine. That's where my WP40 is.
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Old 02-03-2014, 12:39 PM   #10
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Question though. The koralia a with the wp25. Is that a problem? Are they going to mess with the motion of the wp25?
You may not notice as much of a wave motion with another pump in the mix, but the motion is still there. I run mine on "else" (random) mode with my other pumps. The only dead spots I have are right in the corners.
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