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Old 04-27-2013, 03:34 AM   #121 
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Canadian dollars lmao. Its crazy. My parents are totally against online ordering every since a crazy amazon scam, so no online stuff for me :( makes me want to cry lol.
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Mr2KiEu, what option did you chose to reduce the out flow? Apprehensive about cutting the tube. Can you please duvolge with pictures? "Monua" arrived from Thailand on Wednesday. He is loving his new space but he arrived with fin rot. I want to reduce the out flow to help him heal, even though he's a flow surfer, while I'm trying to cure him.
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I just bought a Fluval Spec V. It's still boxed right now as I have to make space for it.

Mine was 70 dollars down from 100 here in Canada because Petsmart was having a sale, so I convinced my BF to spot me the money until I start back at work again in a month. I'm pretty excited to start setting it up.
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Mr2KiEu, what option did you chose to reduce the out flow? Apprehensive about cutting the tube. Can you please duvolge with pictures? "Monua" arrived from Thailand on Wednesday. He is loving his new space but he arrived with fin rot. I want to reduce the out flow to help him heal, even though he's a flow surfer, while I'm trying to cure him.
iambeetle, just posted a thread with a great mod to reduce flow. http://www.bettafish.com/showthread.php?t=164705 try that option.

sorry to hear about your new betta having fin rot. hope he heals quickly. post a pic anyways, I'm sure he still looks amazing since you got him directly from Thailand.
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Old 04-28-2013, 02:47 AM   #125 
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I just bought a Fluval Spec V. It's still boxed right now as I have to make space for it.

Mine was 70 dollars down from 100 here in Canada because Petsmart was having a sale, so I convinced my BF to spot me the money until I start back at work again in a month. I'm pretty excited to start setting it up.

Congrats on the new Spec V. btw, nice avatar pic! is he a dragonscale betta?
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Congrats on the new Spec V. btw, nice avatar pic! is he a dragonscale betta?
Thanks, and yes he is. His name is Pickle he's a HM dragon scale.
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My work in progress. H2o color is slightly off due to tetracycline.
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Old 04-28-2013, 11:13 PM   #128 
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Is the rock on top of the moss ball to hold it down?
Love the anarchis! (?)
My LPS's don't sell them for some reason and it makes me
so frustrated!
Very pretty betta, maybe give him a cave or something to hide in because
they need their alone time :)

Took a recent pic, might as well share :)
Also open to suggestions :p

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Lucky Spec owners! I am looking into buying one of the Spec V kits, and will be needing a light upgrade.

Does anyone know the length of the water filled area? Trying to figure out if there is a clamp on light that will suit the setup, and I am not sure if it is long enough.

Thank you!
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Lucky Spec owners! I am looking into buying one of the Spec V kits, and will be needing a light upgrade.

Does anyone know the length of the water filled area? Trying to figure out if there is a clamp on light that will suit the setup, and I am not sure if it is long enough.

Thank you!
I don't have the specs on hand, but I can measure when I get home. Look at my post earlier in the thread, and you can see what the tank looks like with the 16" Finnex light, and the 20" inch Finnex light for scale.
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