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DIY Co2 diffusing question

i have been wanting to change my DIY yeast CO2 to a litle more practical , right now i feed it into my ehiem 2215 for diffusion ... for a long time has worked great at 1bps average .. seems like hardly any bubbles come out except everyonce in a while will get a burst of bubbles come out( so was assuming it was doing a good job difusing alot of the CO2 since teven when i get a burst of bubbles they are very small) .. been seeing so many differetnways and was thinking of just using a powerhead (since i want a just a little more flow as well ) to pull water out of tank and run to a inl;ine reactor and feed back into the tank( versus an inline reactor hooked to my canister eheim) .....is this a good way of doing it .....even though i understand presurized is the way to go lol ... sorry for the long ramble
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