-SPONSOR- Group Buy - Jebao RW Pumps - Twin Cities Pickup

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  1. Fragtastic Reef

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    Hey everyone,

    Fragtastic Reef and New Wave Aquaria are offering a group buy on the new Jebao RW pumps. Here is the pricing please post in this thread on which model you would like and how many.

    You can pickup these at Fragtastic OR New Wave once they arrive in. We should have them in a couple weeks or less.

    Your special pricing:
    RW4 - $58.00
    RW8 - $68.00
    RW15 - $88.00
    RW20 - $98.00

    Thanks everyone and remember to support your Local Fish Stores!

    *Payments can be made when you pick up the pumps at either store.

    Jebao pump specs can be found here: http://fragtasticreef.com/JEBAO_c210.htm

    PRE-ORDER PUMPS CAN ALSO BE PICKED UP AT THE SWAP!
     
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    Gentlemen,

    We have a general principle here that you don't crap on someone's for sale thread. If you want a different deal, feel free to go do it, but not one of you likes it if someone does this on your for sale threads.
     
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    NEW PRICING UPDATE

    Wowzers did I miss something? haha

    Ok so lets start fresh and get these issues and pricing taken care of.

    NEW GROUP BUY PRICES ARE UP! SEE ORIGINAL POST FOR NEW PRICES. I think you will find these satisfactory, and can be picked up at New Wave or Fragtastic Reef.

    THESE PRICES ARE ONLY GOOD ON THE FORUM AND PICKED UP AT OUR STORES. We will be stocking these pumps at our stores also, but these prices are for forum members only.
     
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    Now lets get some of these issues taken care of also....

    First Off - Patent thank you for cleaning up the thread, not sure it was necessary as I like to know about issues and problems as I have nothing to hide.

    yellow - Thank you for bringing the Amazon pricing to our attention, we were basing some of these original prices on Ebay.

    Reefspect - I do not know you as a member on here as it don't seem like you post much at all.... What Tunze product did you purchase from us? I do not recall your order did you order it on our website or at our store? Generally if its parts and other items that can be easily replaced Roger @ Tunze is the fastest way to get them. If it was a defective product in general I would have taken care of it. Please give me more information on what you purchased and when, I will look into this. What was the issue with your Tunze product? If you can email or PM me your information that would be great. Thanks.
     
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    curious...

    how well do you think that 4 would perform in a 25g cube?
     
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    I have both the rw4 and rw8 on my 40br. I cant even have the rw8 on more than 20% power because everything gets blown around. the rw4 is really small but powerful. The rw4 sizewise are like koralia nano and the rw8 are like koralia 2. The best thing about the rw compared to the orig wp is that the flow is wider with the rw series and the light sensor are built into the controller. For the 25 gal tank i would just get 2 rw4 pumps.
     
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    I have not used them but the 4 would probably be your best option for them. Maybe someone else can give some input....
     
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    I was using one 4 on my 29 Biocube and it was more than enough flow at the 50% or so power mark. Unless you need tons of flow, I don't think two would be necessary for that size tank.
     
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    How about a 60 cube? Should I get one or two r8?
     
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    Garret put me down for 2 RW4's pickup at New Wave

    Also tell Travis to reply to me, he never told me if they drill tanks or not.
     
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    If anything it may be nice to have a second for easy flow changes, or to have a backup

    Did you like the pump in the biocube? everything becomes more of a concern with smaller cubes, especially size and performance since you dont have the space to compensate for to large of a size or lack of performance.
     
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    I was pleased with it. Quiet and created nice flow and a nice wave of you like that, in there. Unfortunately mine died within about 4 months. So getting a backup is a good idea. On the other hand I've had two RW-15's running on my 120 without incident for 6 months probably. They can be hit and miss in longevity it seems.
     
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    Sounds good man! We should have plenty of them coming in!
     
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    I will ask the burning question.

    x1 XF150 or x3 RW15s? (Tank is 105g)
     
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    Put me down for 1 rw8 at new wave.
     
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    That would be a tough choice to be honest.... Depends on your rock work I would say in the tank on if you can get GYRE motion. Otherwise you would just use pulse mode on the Gyre anyways, which then the Jebao would make more sense since you could create a more random flow.
     
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    That's along the lines of what I was thinking.

    What is an ideal aquascape for a gyre?
     
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    Depends on how you plan to use the Gyre. If your going to do pulse mode for waves it shouldn't make a huge difference.
     
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    for some reason when i click on this thread, the OP disappears.... anyone else experiencing this?
     
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    Group buy still going on? If so anyone know how many and what size I would need for a 90 gallon. Currently running one wp40 and I have dead spots.
     

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