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Old 09-05-2013, 01:55 PM   #1
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Well this is the best $75 I spent on a wavemaker. I picked up a pair of these from http://www.fish-street.com/. The wave maker has 12 modes and and the flow can be adjusted from the max flow of 3400 gph. It even has a sensor that slows down the flow at night.They will soon be releasing a wp60 which will be even a higher flow rate. I would suggest you guys give it a try if you are in the market for a new power head!!
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A lot cheaper than the Ecotech MP ones. I hear they work very well!
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A lot cheaper than the Ecotech MP ones. I hear they work very well!
I bought them for the goonch!
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I bought them for the goonch!
Nice! He's spoiled lol

Any new tankmates with him?
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Nice! He's spoiled lol

Any new tankmates with him?
I thought it would have him move around some more but no luck yet. Kind of scared to put him in any of the tanks after I seen how he went after the one ray I put with him for just a few minutes. I imagine the longer I wait the harder it will be.
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I thought it would have him move around some more but no luck yet. Kind of scared to put him in any of the tanks after I seen how he went after the one ray I put with him for just a few minutes. I imagine the longer I wait the harder it will be.
Yup I think so. Longer you wait, the more territorial he will be. Perhaps try some larger/cheaper fish for the mean time.

The other goonch I sold locally is being kept with some big fish such as asian arowana, gar, pleco, catfish, and datnoids. The goonch defends his spot but hasn't gone for his tankmates yet.
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After having these for a bit I am not so happy. I been through 2 wet sides and it looks as though one of the controllers are toast. I guess the say you get what you pay for applies.

On a side note anyone keeping stingrays with this type of power head watch out as the rays can move them around as they aren't fixed and can't be locked in a set position. You may come home to a power head pointing straight up and shooting water out of your tank. Lucky I came home to one pointing straight down and cleared the glass below of all the gravel substrate.
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