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Yea. I read it was better than the D5 Vario b/c the D5 dumps a lot of heat into the water. I'd rather have cold water and a little less flow. And anyway, they both pump 1200 lph. Oh yea, is the Eheim big? Thanks everyone.
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the eheim is big yeah. and its not just flow that matters. it also needs the pressure to actually realise that flow. the D5 dumps more heat because its twice as powerfull.
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Yea. I read it was better than the D5 Vario b/c the D5 dumps a lot of heat into the water. I'd rather have cold water and a little less flow. And anyway, they both pump 1200 lph. Oh yea, is the Eheim big? Thanks everyone.
The D-5 has a lot more head and will give you better performance but there have been a lot of loops that used to be run on the Eheim to..I think the Eheim dump more heat to but I really don't remember for sure..Be sure to use a relay with it or a plug strip so you don't forget to turn it on with the comp...
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