Discussion in 'Maxspect' started by RedSox81, Sep 19, 2017.
will 1 be enough flow for a 120 sps tank?
it should be more than enough.....i have 2 in my 300 and have to keep them under 100% otherwise the sand is moving all over. For reference, the dimensions of my tank are 72"x30"x30"
4 ft or 5 ft long? You have sand? One provides plenty of flow, although two would be better and provide more random flow options. I have two on my 4x2x2 120g
I'm planning on 2 on a red sea reefer 750 hope this will be enough
4 ft. I might try 1 and go from there. Thanks for the info
I have one 150 in a shallow 80 (same footprint) and am going to add in another one. IMO one is enough but with 2 you have a lot more options.
I got 2 on my 3ft 65 gallon. They go up to 80% at times. It is a sps dominant tank. I started with 1 but wanted more flow or back and forth flow. Gteat thing with them is you can by 1 then when you need it buy a pump only and add it to the controller
I have two on my 80, 48x24x16 footprint
Thanks everyone for the help. I'll start with 1 and go from theee
How did it work out for you? I’m starting a 90 gallon and want to just have one pump in my tank
I would recommend two. I have a 90 gal (36 x 24 x 24) and I have two of the XF 230's. One Gyre may be enough for your tank but with two you have many more flow pattern options and with the importance of flow for SPS I would ALWAYS suggest that more is better.
I have 2 on my 120. I think 1 would work for you. The advanced controller is a must in my opinion
I use two in my 4' 120 and an a jebao (mp40 size) in the center. I think 2 is perfect, at least for SPS
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