I see a couple issues,
1. that is a submersible pump, you would need an intake barb to put it inline. Some submersibles can be converted so check into them.
2. I think you would have issues with impeller on the canister motor having a higher GPH pump pulling on it on the output side.
May cause cavitation, noise, etc.
With that said ...i'm just guessing because I've never done it.
If you want higher flows, equipment out of the tank, etc. a sump is the best way to go.
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