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Cpr Bakpak Mod?


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    labman - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Cpr Bakpak Mod?

    ok I just go a CPR BakPAk I heard about the bakpak mod with the airstone I have seen a few
    post on it but can somebody clairify how to do it and any other tricks heard about people putting lr and cheto in good bad or what? how should I run my bakpak and some say use bio and some say don't do this, seems like the good old nitrate trap to me

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    jerryc - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I have tried several but none seem to make that much deference except
    upgrading the pump.The standard pump for them is underpowered for
    the skimmer
    Their was a few that helped on the older medals but have been Incorporated in to
    the newer ones all Reade

    I used one for 2 years before getting red of it it was a good skimmer for
    Small tanks
    I HAVE A PROBLEM' I'M ADDICTED TO MICROMUSSA

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