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Old 04-17-2014, 02:07 AM   #1
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how low "flow" can you go?

I have a 45 gal corner tank, odd positioning for circ pumps but I only have one now. Have no idea how much flow it kicks out but it seems good. I was looking into getting two hydor koralia nano 240gal/hr additional pumps and hooking them up to a ocean pulse duo wavemaker. Are they not going to do much of anything in a 45gal tank? Or will the combo of both of them plus another be good enough for my tank? It is currently a fowlr tank hoping to eventually transition to coral/nems?
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