BTW, I took the end off the spraybar and put an elbow on it and the flow was way higher (from our discussion on the other thread). I'm wondering if I make the spray holes larger and put the cap back on if I can keep such a god flow. They aren't really "spraying" anymore... just a little flow until it blows out the end.
That makes since now I was thinking the spray bar for your wet/dry. Hahaha I was think about the wrong end of the tank!
As soon as I stopped water the siphon would continue and drain the whole thing.
It will if there is nothing on the other end to stop the flow as soon as my sump fills during a power outage it stops the water from flowing completly through which keeps it from draing the whole thing
Its not impossible It just cost more.