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    • Saddam
      And this?     What is your fretboard made of, rubber? Soft cheese?     Jebus, do you even play guitar?      It's a guitar, not a fucking sitar, if you think you can make a string go out of tune by pushing too hard on the fretboard  then you're a cunt.       
    • JJJ
      Possibly, but the fan is going to have to work harder to squeeze the air through a smaller hole.  Best to make the hole wider then you're sorted and won't need to buy or install a reducer.
    • FARMER G
      Cut/drill a larger hole if you can     Farmer G 
    • wotnwhy
      Yeah just the one 120w quantum board. I moved and have had to seriously downsize. I also have to buy electric cards directly off my landlord so low power essential. It's been a long time since I last used a 250w hps, but bud size/density seems almost on par. The insane thing is the heat, or more accurately, the sheer lack of!! I've been building a new grow cab so they've just been in a cupboard, no extraction, nothing (got the carbon filter out few weeks into flower)!   It's a rapidly improving technology so you are paying a premium only to become outdated in a matter of months. But like with CMH/D, I think they are a now as legitimate an option as HPS and the price is reaching an accessible point, but I wouldn't recommend replacing a working system with them just yet. Unless you have money to spare and like to experiment.