i posted this question in 6 different forums, here are responses:
"Not too long, those three guys will get pretty nasty once they hit about 4 inches, if you're lucky.
Those three Cichlid seem to be able to get along, since they are all semi-aggresive, but the last Texas I had was a pest. Just make sure you move them to a bigger home when it's needed.
Very quickly. Providing they had good diets and great water, I'd give you 4 months at the most. I'd say 120 at a minimum when they get bigger, preferably larger. Those fish are somewhat mild, but I'd keep an eye out on the dempsey. If anyone was going to cause problems, it'd be him.
Voodoo, I'm leaning the other way. JDs are pansies when compared to GTs and Texas Cichlids, so he'd probably get beaten up first.
I've heard of that particular arrangement being done, but in a larger tank than a 120 as all three are territorial and they all need their space!
i think the terror would give them a really hard time when they get bigger. Usually i think they are kept mostly alone...i'm not sure about the Texas.. but the dempsey might be able to hang in there if the tank is big enough
as far as compatibility, the GT and Jack should be alright together at that size, but expect the Texas to rule the tank. as long as plenty of hiding spaces/territorys' are abundant, your setup might work for a while as a grow-out tank
the green terror and the dempsey will probably grow pretty slow....the texas will probably outgrow both of them.....
but at that size, depending on the individual fish, the dempsey will try and pick on everyone, the terror will probably get beat up.....and the texas will rule the tank......
given enough cover, they could live together for about 6 months.....serious fights will probably start when the one of the fish, most likely the texas, grows to about 4-5"......add some silver dollars in there as dither/target fish, they really help
i dont think the texas could beat up any of the other fish at a similar size. texas are more aggressive ijn that they continously bully smaller fish but GT's and JD's are far more capable to inflict damage. Texas' mouths are not much smaller but weaker and with smaller teeth not to mention the fact that texas tend to back off quickly if they are challenged Anyway in answer to your question you can't keep them in tat tank for long you could however keep either the GT or the JD "
BTW about the last post, if your ALSO wondering how the hell he knows Texas cichlids have weaker jaws/teeth, i did ask him, still awaiting a response on that