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Old 01-09-2010, 05:14 PM   #1
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Enough Power?

I have a 60" long 125 gallon reef tank with an emperor 400, Marineland Canister 350, aqua-c remora pro protein skimmer and 2X Koralia 4 powerheads. My lighting consists of 4 VHO 110w each with an ARH ballast totalling 440w. Do I have enough powerheads for water flow? Where would be the best place to position them. I have them both on opposite sides pointing towards the front center. I just set this up and would like some opinions on what kind of corals can I keep? It is about 26" deep and the lights sit about 5" above the water. Thanks for everyones knowledge.
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