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Old 02-19-2013, 07:51 PM   #11
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The 3 would be fine for your tank. That is what I have on my 57 with a 20 gal sump and nitrates and phosphates are always close to zero.

As far as which one I think they are both good. However with your small sump the footprint of the bubble magus is superior.

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I would sell the UV and put the money towards a better filter. But that's just me some people swear by them...especially if you want a mandrin goby or anything like it, as the sterilizer could possibly kill its food supply

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