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Old 05-23-2012, 08:15 PM   #21
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ive been looking at mag 5 pump, just looked at the rio pumps though.

Any pros/cons about either. Ive been reading a lot of ppl seem to say mag drive are really reliable.

hopfully runs cool too, i'm shooting for the most silent tank i can set up
Rios are a little cheaper and have good reviews I have no problem with them in either my tanks ....as for mags yes more people go with them and they are reliable as well
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Old 05-24-2012, 01:32 AM   #22
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herbie overflow. its a technique invented by a reefer that uses two overflow pipes with ball valves. this allows to you fine tune the overflow so that it creates a full syphon (sucking no air), this makes an almost silent overflow.

if noise is a concern for you herbie is definitely the way to go
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