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Old 06-10-2009, 08:30 PM   #1
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AquaC Remora modification

Anyone modified the bottom of the bubble tube for an AquaC Remora to not have a gap between it and the walls of the center chamber? I'm thinking that this would force more bubbles up the tube rather than getting around the sides of the bottom of the tube.

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------|  |------
      |  |
   |  |  |  |<-chamber wall
   | _|  |_ |
    ^------^--- small gaps here
I'm thinking of epoxying on some more acrylic or air tubing to take up the gap, but wanted to see if there's anyone that's already done something like this?
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