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Old 07-01-2005, 05:55 PM   #1
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AquaC Remora Pro Addition

Well I set u the remora pro w/ mag3 last night on my 47 gallon bow. My tank is crystal clear an I already and I had to dump the cup. Granted its still breaking in... but wow this thing is amazing.


I also just added two clowns to my tank. I was a little nervouse adding them with my two yellow tail damsels but I couldnt catch the little buggers to trade in so I took the chance. Well I have to say they are doing great sofar.. The damsels seem very interested in there new tank mates and dont seem the least bit aggressive towards them.


I have the overflow box for the aquac on the way. It should hide the mag3 nicely and provide better skimming. I had an idea of glueing rock to the sided of the overflow to help it blend it better. Is that a good idea?
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Old 07-01-2005, 06:01 PM   #2
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I use this skimmer and it's awesome. Good choice!
As for covering it with rock, that's up to you. Personally, I'd leave it. It will eventually get encrusted with coralline and will blend in with the rocks.
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It will eventually get encrusted with coralline and will blend in with the rocks.
Hmm that is a good point. How big is your tank?
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YEp they sure are great skimmers! i haveyet to have a customer complain about the aqua C skimmers!
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