Waterbox 90.3 SPS build with ecotech 2 MP10's?

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I have purchased a waterbox 90.3 to which I will do a build post later down the road. I bought 2 MP10s with it. is this going to be enough flow for my tank in regards to having SPS? i have had MP40's on a reef tank a while back and i remember them being really powerful I'm not needing something that is a lil overdose on the power.

Waterbox 90.3 is a 60 gallon display

Dimensions (LxWxH): (35.4" x 19.7" x 21.7")
 

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I have purchased a waterbox 90.3 to which I will do a build post later down the road. I bought 2 MP10s with it. is this going to be enough flow for my tank in regards to having SPS? i have had MP40's on a reef tank a while back and i remember them being really powerful I'm not needing something that is a lil overdose on the power.

Waterbox 90.3 is a 60 gallon display

Dimensions (LxWxH): (35.4" x 19.7" x 21.7")
at 35 long..i would say most likely yes..although I do think you will probably have to run them on the higher RPM side of the equation. Whereas a MP40 you could have dialed down.
 
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