looking to make waves on a budget

greennd79

New member
as the title says looking for better powerheads so i can make waves in my tank i have a mixed reef and its a 180.
 

FiReBReTHa

Master Blaster!
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cheap.
 

Jeff

Premium Member
<a href=showthread.php?s=&postid=14811765#post14811765 target=_blank>Originally posted</a> by Mr. Thingdoer
How about a few Vortechs
Thats true, he didnt say small budget. :p
 

ostrow

It's Dr. Goodluck Himself
MJ high-flow mod on a sea-swirl. Get the swirl used and can do it all for under $100.
 

Ragby

New member
Cheapest powerheads I've seen are the Odyssea's from Aquatrader.com--and they are cheap--but I can't imagine they pump at the rate advertised.
 

mario4254

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i have one vortech on a 120 plus 2xkoralia #3 when the vortech revs up its like a tsunami in there ( i throtle it back a touch and raise it higher in the tenk so the sand dosnt fly around)
 

SlowCobra

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<a href=showthread.php?s=&postid=14814847#post14814847 target=_blank>Originally posted</a> by Helter Skilter
How much flow does a modded MJ put out?

MJ1200 with a white prop from the Sure Flow kit yields about 2000 gph. Though I have found using the 900's gives the best results. The white prop on the 1200 more often than not tends to make noise even though the white prop was suppose to resolve the problem.
 

dohc97

New member
koralias for the money are great, i switched over to a tunze nanostream 6025 though and the flow is better with a smaller footprint. you pay for it with price though, as i payed $80 locally plus tax, online they go for $70. Im giving a vortech hard consideration but right now im a lot more interested in finding a lighting fixture.
 
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