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Old 11-30-2012, 12:46 AM   #1
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heard this was the best online forum! had to check it out!!!

So this a new experiance for me (online forums) and so far from the looks i really like this site.
Anyways i cant say im a newb since i been in reef tanks since 08. started with a 55g 4 foot long tank with low tech system and was ABLE to keep a a red birds nest, watermelon chalice, plate size red monticap , and acsouple other stuff along with a heavy stock fish including mystery wrasse, yellow tang, 2 clowns, 2 anthias, and some other tangs. and unfortunatly in 2010 one day i woke up tp find all my fish dead over night and a week later all my corals bleach. so after i clean the tank nd kept a fish only tank
recently i upgrade to a 90 and started reefing again
but i swear i had a curse tank went thru hell lost corals and fish nd called it quits on reef but 3 months later i couldnt resist it and brought up my tank again!

today i have a 90g, with 20 g sump with mircle mud and cheato, 2 led 150 systems, mp10es(for now mp40es cuming soon lol.) 2 korelia pumps on a wave maker, mag 7 returnpump. as for life stock i have 2 clowns 1 blue reef chromi and a coral beauty, i recently jus added my first corals a pink hammer, neon green tip hammer, pulsing zenias, and sum gsp's.

sorry for the boring biography but im looking forward to have a great learnign experiance with the help of everybody! this is my tank now
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I'll second what you said about this being the best forum! Welcome
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I'll third that.....welcome!!!!
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Old 12-01-2012, 08:43 PM   #5
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Welcome also! What do you think led to your tank crashing? Old tank syndrome, built up of waste turned into ammonia? Sorry that happened . Your new tank is awesome, lots of potential with coral! How's that mp10 doing in the 90? Is it doing much?
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Old 12-02-2012, 12:13 AM   #6
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i nvr figured it out, as for ammonia i highly doubt it. and the mp 10 really suprised me with its full power on enough to move those 2 hammers hard. it does reach the other side nd it makes a smal wave, but i am not a fan of the left right left right fake motion so i have it set to tidal swell or lagon mode and the noise is almost un hearable.

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