Old 304 on a 10 gallon
Do to size, money, and time I am breaking down and selling most everything from my 55 gal setup. All except for my Fluval 304.
I have never had a 10 gallon with a canister on it before, only HOBs. I know that the stock specs say that it is for up to 70 gallons and I think it is around 260 gallons per hour. I had planned on running eheim prostrate, filter floss, and something else in my baskets not quite sure on the third maybe even more prostrate.
My question is, can the flow on this be broken down well enough to be not hellishly turbulent on my 10 gal. I mean I would consider myself fairly good with diy, and am not afraid to try anything.
I am really thinking about going to the local glass shop having the drill 2 holes in the back wall of my tank to run my input/output. Im thinking it may work if i do a spray bar along the back, the length of the tank with holes drilled all around and up and down the bar to really defuse the flow.
I just thought I would seek the knowledge of the nano gurus for thoughts.
Any thoughts or comments are greatly appreciated.
Thanks - Andy
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