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Old 03-28-2004, 11:34 AM   #1
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DIY CO2

i'm trying to find the DIY CO2 instructions and i'm having no luck. Does anyone have the step by steps on setting up a co2 for a 90gal. thanks
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thanks for the link. It says in the article that you can use a bubble counter or run it through the filter. Does anyone have any opinions or experience with the filter method.
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Yes! I love putting those bubbles through a canister filter. I really saw a dramatic increase in CO2 ppm after I did that. Certainly worth a try, and you can always get some other kind of diffuser later.
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