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Old 08-11-2013, 10:41 PM   #131
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Go with wp40's. Look at my kio 3.0 thread, I posted a video.
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Old 08-11-2013, 10:43 PM   #132
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Thanks greg for that link. i will start looking at the magnums and see if the price is right.

The new fish are all still doing ok, other than the anthias is still not eating. It's been like 2 days and nothing yet, starting to get worried. :-(
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Wish i could Kio, but the $400+ price tag for each is just too much for my budget. I dont; suspect we will have much money after the wedding as we will be paying for the wedding with the gift money. lol

I would like to keep powerheads at $400 or less for all of them plus any controller I would need. The koralia's regular pumps and the jebao fit in that budget so far. Gonna see what the magnums go for shortly.
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I use 4 of the magnums in my reef tank. Two of the #8's and two #7's, any bigger and my substrate goes airborn.
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Old 08-12-2013, 01:39 AM   #135
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Wish i could Kio, but the $400+ price tag for each is just too much for my budget. I dont; suspect we will have much money after the wedding as we will be paying for the wedding with the gift money. lol

I would like to keep powerheads at $400 or less for all of them plus any controller I would need. The koralia's regular pumps and the jebao fit in that budget so far. Gonna see what the magnums go for shortly.
Not mp40's. WP40's. ones by jebao. I sell them for around 65. You'll only need one. I have 1 in my 180g.
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Old 08-12-2013, 04:35 AM   #136
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+1 on the jaebo. As a matter of fact im ordering one through Kio. So in about a month ill be able to tell you how it is. Look up the wp40 on youtube, the waves it makes are insane
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Old 08-12-2013, 05:21 AM   #137
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hey Kio, can you get two for me? Or direct me to where i can get them? Are you really sure i would only need one? I have heard really good things about them and they arent that expensive really.

let me know
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hey Kio, can you get two for me? Or direct me to where i can get them? Are you really sure i would only need one? I have heard really good things about them and they arent that expensive really.

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Look at my video. I only have one in my 180g reef. I can make the wave splash out the tank!
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Following have never done a reef before, so I'm looking to gather some info from this thread.
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Old 08-19-2013, 03:41 PM   #140
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Just got home after being away for a week and all is well in all the tanks. The anthias is not eating but didn't die so I have no idea what he is eating. Just hope he will eventually eat some frozen.

I think I am gonna go with the wp's, nothing too fancy but they should do the job just fine. I figure on 2 of them, even though I'm getting the vibe that may be too much I'd rather have too much flow than not enough. lol I can always work with the flow and make it so sand doesnt get everywhere.
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