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Old 02-13-2012, 03:09 PM   #1
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Powerhead question

I have a 29 gallon saltwater aquarium that's 3 months old now, and have a single 700 gph powerhead circulating the water for now but wanted to get one more to help. If I leave or remove the one I have now should I get this... I was reading on a few site that there are twin powerheads that are 1600 gph and say it says they can work in up to 200 gallons and I plan on getting a bigger tank eventually. Now the 1600gph is more then twice the amount then the one I have now but do you think I can get away with it or would it be to much?
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