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Any Opinions on the CPR Cyclone Systems?
I'm exploring the possibility of setting-up a 90gal marine BowFront. I'll be taking down a 72gal BowFront. Space in the tank stand is at a premium (most especially front-to-back) so I'm limited to a sump that is perhaps 12-13in deep. The CPR Cyclone 194 seemed to fit the bill dimensions-wise. Does anyone know if the integrated protein skimmer is any good?
I plan to re-use 1/2 of my FW filter system (a Nu-Clear 30u cannister filter) for tank flow and water polishing on a separate pump and in/out.
The CPR backpak skimmer is not a bad skimmer if you are trying to save a lot of money. For the price, its a great buy! The hardest part with those skimmers is getting them adjusted, once that is done, I've never had a complaint. I've used and sold CPR backpak skimmers for many years and it's one of the few that never came back to us with complaints or issues. They are sturdy and work well if properly adjusted.
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