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Old 02-06-2014, 12:35 AM   #1
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I have the wp25 and my dad has it on the lowest setting flow but I have some hard coral like a red dragon should I add the high flow or no. The reason he had it on low is that he saw the zoas close up because the high flow what should I put my setting to?
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Old 02-06-2014, 12:36 AM   #2
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get the zoas into a lower flow area then turn up the flow again
i have a wp40 in my 125 and it just about beats the crap outta everything lol
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get the zoas into a lower flow area then turn up the flow again
i have a wp40 in my 125 and it just about beats the crap outta everything lol
Ok I will try that
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They are powerful. I have one in my 90 with a 1500 hydor koralia on the other side. They are both pointed up a bit otherwise my sand won't stay put even with the wp25 on the lowest setting.
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speaking of that i need to angle mine up a hair as well. cant keep sand in the middle of the tank to save my life.
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I like to keep the sand moving around. It keeps it from getting full of detritus and collecting hydrogen sulphide. My jets all aim up and into walls to promote random flow patterns.
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