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Old 03-31-2011, 10:59 PM   #11
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hard to say. it has something to do with coral placement and aesthetics as well. you will know when and where you need more flow as you get used to watching your corals, and get more familiar with their behavior.
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this is how i have mine pointed it gets pretty good circulation this way
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Trust me the 2 750's will be plenty. I had a hard time keeping my sand bed in place in my 55 with k3's I ended up haveing to put them very low in the tank so they would flow up. If you want more flow you will have more options with the 2 750's and maybe a 550 than you would with the bigger powerheads.
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