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Turn the lamps to 18-6 should be no worries and only run the lamps after sundown but like I said in one of your earlier posts be prepared to get a portable ac its not even hot outside yet we hit 90s almost a month and a half in a row last year even with my 8000 btu running WFO I was still around 86 in flower.

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Turn the lamps to 18-6 should be no worries and only run the lamps after sundown but like I said in one of your earlier posts be prepared to get a portable ac its not even hot outside yet we hit 90s almost a month and a half in a row last year even with my 8000 btu running WFO I was still around 86 in flower.

I'm going to change light cycle tomorrow I have to take the timer I bought back it's only a 2 prong I need 3 but I lowered my exhaust fan down to about half way from the top and I put some ice in front of fan it's at a steady 83 right now

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portable?  no.  spend on a splitter, you'll take up less space

Hes using a tent and the split system costs 3 x more than my 8000 btu portable plus installation he would be looking at $1500 minimum compared to $339 at home depot not knocking them would love to have one here but not really cost effective for a small grow imo.

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Hes using a tent and the split system costs 3 x more than my 8000 btu portable plus installation he would be looking at $1500 minimum compared to $339 at home depot not knocking them would love to have one here but not really cost effective for a small grow imo.

2 mos ago great 14K splits for $600 and $70 shipping, they come ready for a nohandyman to plug and play, and is a panel 12" x 25"--that is all--to mount on inside tent wall with a brace. (you have to mount the compressor within 20 feet of the panel, or buy more connectors).

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the plug comes out of the panel, the lines that go to/from compressor are inch wide and 19/32" thick--the size of the hole needed into your room--the compressor shud be on concrete, and i would like to learn how to send a link cause I don't know how.

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