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Old 06-06-2013, 06:55 PM   #11
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Koralia 425...the little brother of the one you mentioned.
so what do you think..? will the 750 be too much for the 55gal and cichlids..? or will a 550 be enough..?
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Old 06-06-2013, 10:01 PM   #12
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I'm running a Koralia 750 in my 60g along with a Fluval 406 and a AC 110 and its perfect. Keeps the sand pretty clear. Easy to adjust where you want the pressure to go.
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I'm running a Koralia 750 in my 60g along with a Fluval 406 and a AC 110 and its perfect. Keeps the sand pretty clear. Easy to adjust where you want the pressure to go.
Where should I face it and where should I put it in the tank..?
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If you wanted movement I would face it upwards if possible and have it on left side I have a spray bar small hob and big hob so I don't have any dead spots
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If you wanted movement I would face it upwards if possible and have it on left side I have a spray bar small hob and big hob so I don't have any dead spots
Way ahead of you bro lol it's been pumping for a while now, my sand is spotless, and fish are happy
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Old 06-17-2013, 01:07 AM   #16
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Well little to late ha just saw your comment sittin there couldn't resist good to know tho
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