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Old 03-01-2011, 01:54 PM   #1
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Question about Hydor Koralia gph

I have a 29 gallon bowfront and am upgrading from crappy powerheads to two of these koralias. What size should I get? I was leaning towards the 450 gph. But I want as much flow as possible without any problems.
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I just put in 2 koralia 750's in my 29 gallon. I think I've got them aimed just right since I get no sand stirring. Some people said it was overkill but at $28 bucks a pop I couldnt resist
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I just put in 2 koralia 750's in my 29 gallon. I think I've got them aimed just right since I get no sand stirring. Some people said it was overkill but at $28 bucks a pop I couldnt resist
Do your fish seem to mind? Do you have any corals in your tank?
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i wont be getting fish til this weekend hopefully. I have them aimed higher up at each other so it makes a bit of a swirl on top but not enough for the bottom to be disturbed. My anenome seems to like it so far. lol
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