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Old 06-24-2006, 05:06 PM   #1
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is the spraybar of an xp2 going to agitate the surface enough, or should i add an air pump? i know surface agitation is the most important. i'm just wondering if it will be sufficient for a 55gal with the stock in my sig. tia.
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yes, i point mine toward the surface and i dont use any kind of airator
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it will be enough, but an air pump adds even more oxygen and surface agitation
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