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Old 08-23-2009, 02:38 PM   #1
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Which Ones - Chiller and MH Lights

I have a 100g with a 35g sump and a 4 tube 54w T5 light. The house is AC at about 77 and the tank runs up to 80.7 during the day and 78.2 at night. I can run a fan and cool it down to 77.5 no problems. I would plumb into my sump.

What chiller would you use for this. Cost and noise levels are a concern. I would like one that I could plug a heater into as well. I was looking at the Pacific Coast CL-280.

I plan on upgrading the lights as well to MH for any type of coral. What light do you like and which one would you use? I was thinking of the Outer Orbit 1077 48" 2x250 watt 2x54w 2x54w 9/9

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