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shiraz

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  • Birthday 09/07/1985

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    Riding, reef keeping, reading, cycling

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  1. How has the auto water changes worked out so far?
  2. Did cleaning the fan solve the overheating problem? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Reviving this 10 year old thread! How's the longevity of the kapur stands vs chengai (chengal) now? How about the new extruded aluminum stands that are popular now? Are there any methods or coating that you can apply on kapur stands to let them last longer? Reason for failure is is mainly due to it being wet often? Can adding vents in the cabinet help to reduce the humidity therefore extending the lifespan of the stands?
  4. Nice scape, especially the arch. What rocks are these and how many kg did you use to create this scape? Joined with superglue? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Hi is this sold yet or still available? I’m interested if it’s still available. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Have a pic of your rocks? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Tell us how it works out. Probably need to lower the % of water change to like 5% each time since it can be set so that your return compartment doesn’t run dry. If your return pump and ATO can be controlled, then switch those off during the water change might help. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Automating certain repetitive processes always makes the hobby more enjoyable! I’m planning for my reef tank too and have also planned to have auto water changes and have decided to use the peristaltic pumps, likely the Ecotech Versa or Kamoer F4. Main consideration was that I don’t need to put additional pumps everywhere with the Smart AWC or other similar products. My reservoir is also about 10m away with 2.6m head and the impeller pumps likely won’t be able to handle the distance. What are you planning to use for auto top off? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Any one in Singapore with a Par meter that we can rent or better borrow to check the levels in the tank? Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  10. 55mm length x 45mm depth x 50mm height is what mine is. Plus minus 1mm... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Is there any medication for cyanide poisoning?
  12. It's understood that they would have the highest fatalities considering all the circumstances against them. You just have to be careful while riding. On a bike, traffic jams won't affect you (huge time saver), if you wanna go ANYWHERE, you can definitely find parking lots (most bikers would prefer to park free or illegally so just find an ERP / Coupon carpark and lots there are in abundance) and also the much cheaper running cost to own a bike. The setback I can think of is when it rains BUT get a bike with a box and keep a raincoat in there. 5 mins is all it takes. Funny thing about drivers are they always complain when the ERP increases or when a new gantry goes up when they are the main contributors to the jams. If you need to transport your parents or buy some huge things(IKEA), then that's the time to take a cab. Total cost would still be cheaper than a car as you won't be doing that all the time. Anyway, those are just my thoughts. Just hope people can see an advantage to riding instead of adding to the congestion on the road in a car with ONE(or two) person(s) in it.
  13. Have you considered getting a bike? It's the best mode of transport .. really! Though most would disagree.
  14. bro could you post a pic of the tank please. can't find your previous thread.. thanks
  15. After giving up the hobby a few years ago, I'm keen to set-up another tank after seeing your offer for the tank. Heven't logged on for years (lucky I remembered my password!) Can I come see your tank? SMS me at 92390152. Thanks
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