2 AquaClear Power Filters on a 90 gallon cistern?
OK, here's the dealio.
I have a midas cichlid in a 49 gallon tall soaring tank.
On that 49 gallon tank I have 1 AquaClear Power Filter, # 70 (40-70 gallons)
I am looking into buying her a 90 gallon container.
Should I buy another AquaClear #70? Would that be too much power? Or should I buy 1 Aquaclear #110 (60-110 gallons)?
Should I have two AquaClear #70's, or one AquaClear #110's on a 90 gallon tank?
With the aquaclears, you really aren't going to hut things too much. I prefer to employ dual filtration on as many tank as I can and you really can't go wrong with dual filtration. Unless the run back on the aquaclears create a current contained by the tank and pin the fish to the walls, you aren't going to hurt the tank at all using a moment AC on there. Though an AC 110 will more then suffice for your 90 gallon tank, I chew over you get a better advantage using dual AC 70's. You could just as ably even use a 110 with your current 70 as well. Either way you really can't turn wrong here.
Add: I hold 3 Oscars and a Pleco. This is just temporary and is about to kismet real soon.like today. I am aware that this container is too small for the size that my Oscars have grown to, and in the process of changing this. This is one of the reason why I have a 110 in a 55 gal.