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Old 06-26-2006, 11:14 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by src

Should I still get 2 XP3's, or just an XP3/XP2 or 2 XP2's? I like the idea of having enough filtration to keep it going should one fail, but I don't want to create so much current that I get white caps!

a number of XP owners drill out the holes on the spray bar to the next size. By increasing the hole size slightly, you reduce the velocity of the filteretd water.

I just did this to mine as my smaller fish were having trouble with the current.

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