tuberider's 150g small apartment diplacement tank (super long)

Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by tuberider, Aug 23, 2009.

  1. GreshamH

    GreshamH Guest

    What CaRx are you using? How do you feed it?
     
  2. JAR

    JAR Supporting Member

    well done Jeremy.
    Nice healthy looking tank. :)
     
  3. tuberider

    tuberider Guest

    Thanks for all of the kind words folks, it's coming from a crew that appreciates patience, which we all know is what the hobby is all about.

    Eileen, the tank would be scaped much different if it weren't for a few corals already attached to rocks prior to the upgrade, otherwise I'm pleased with how the axes are working out.


    G, it's a Kolallin reactor with #10 crushed coral media (doug "Aquatic Rocks" brand), and an Aquamedic regulator that came in a $20 "box of cap" special from Champion Lighting. I really like the regulator, the needle valve is pretty easy to tune compared to most other brands.
     
  4. bondolo

    bondolo Supporting Member

    Looks really spectacular. Patience is rewarded.

    I've really been debating whether to go with a 2x4 flat frag tank or something like this shape. I like your description, "low displacement" as it maximizes viewing surface without being hundreds of gallons. I marvel at the 200G+ tanks but don't understand why a two foot back-to-front tank with even more viewing area wouldn't be a better choice. Different goals no doubt.

    Count me in as a fan of the ultra long tanks... Yours really shows what can be done.
     
  5. gimmito

    gimmito Supporting Member

    Looking good Jeremy !
     
  6. tuberider

    tuberider Guest

    Don't mean to burst your bubble, but the displacement refers tot he fact that my apartment is about 600sq ft and the stand alone has a 30"X84" foot print. When I first brought it home my g/f had a WTF moment before I explained to her that as a result of having the tank I won't have time to fool around :D
     
  7. GreshamH

    GreshamH Guest

    Ugh thanks for rattling my brain, I remember that now. 310 from Doug eh, I'll try that when my ARM runs out.

    A 2' deep tank (front to back) is not much different then a 3' in terms of look, but you get a little more area to work with. I would drop my 4x2x2 in a heart beat to get a 4x4x4
     
  8. 650-IS350

    650-IS350 Supporting Member

    result of having the tank I won't have time to fool around good excuse... gotta use that someday when I get another place and get a slightly bigger tank again.
     
  9. tuberider

    tuberider Guest

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    Photos are about a month old, things are a bit bigger now :D
     
  10. bmhair03

    bmhair03 Guest

    Awesome .Simply Awesome.
     
  11. scuba71

    scuba71 Supporting Member

    Great God man. This is spectacular.
     
  12. Kmooresf

    Kmooresf Supporting Member

    Wow! Stunning.
     
  13. Coral reefer

    Coral reefer President

    Nice work! Growing out of the tank, just like my poo
     
  14. bondolo

    bondolo Supporting Member

    That looks absolutely amazing. Really beautiful growth and color
     
  15. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    No wonder he's been gone so long... needed to get all those things to grow and that takes a lot of work! :D
     
  16. kvosstra

    kvosstra Guest

    Looks amazing!
     
  17. houser

    houser Past President

    Looks very nice. Do you know what sort of ALK draw do you have/day?
     
  18. 650-IS350

    650-IS350 Supporting Member

    Looking Great Bud.... looks real nice
     
  19. jellygeee

    jellygeee Guest

  20. h20player101

    h20player101 Guest

    Impressive!
     

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