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Old 12-30-2012, 10:41 PM   #1
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Swc 150 or bubble magus curve 9

Currently I'm running a swc 150 bmk skimmer on my 150 gallon tank. It does a pretty good job and I love how solid the skimmer is. I do feel its a good idea to upgrade because its only rated up to 150. I can get a decent deal on a bubble magus curve 9. Would this be a good upgrade or not so much? It is rated up to 400 gallons but I think 200 is more realistic.
I have mostly Lps and softies. No sps at all. I have a small sump so I like the pump inside the skimmer cause I don't have much room. Anyways. All input is appreciated.
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