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Captain P
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Currently I have an emperor 400, magnum 350 pro w/bio wheels, and an aqua-tech 5-15 filters running on the 75. In the magnum 350 I'm using the micron filter and I was wondering if I should change out the micron filter for the chemical filter (filter that holds the activated carbon)? Basicly I want to use the micron filter for water clarity ,in the magnum, but I"m worried I won't have enough chemical filtration if i do that. Ideas?
 

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Captain P
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Genin said:
trust me you have plenty filtration regardless of what you do. your set-up is fine the way it is and changing it won't affect it adversly.
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Better to be on the safe side.
 

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if ya wanted to add carbon ADD it to the inserts of the 400.
 

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Fresh2salt said:
if ya wanted to add carbon ADD it to the inserts of the 400.
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I have gravel from an established tank in one of the media containers. I may just add some carbon that came with the magnum into the other one. Good Call
 
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