Better keep an eye on those water parameters. That's an awful lot of fish for that size tank, and an uncycled one at that. You will get some serious spikes. Be prepared to do lots of water changes. Perhaps add some of Dr. Tims bacteria in a bottle to help jump start a good colony.
The tank is completly cycled, Nitrites and Ammonia are at 0, nitrates are at 9, ph is 8.1, so I am good there, I am doing weekly water changes, have kept large quanities of fish before no problems there, they will be getting thinned down once they get larger.
Tanks been cycling for a few weeks with stabil being added daily. Still adding it twice a week. Water got cloudy about two days after new fish were added but is now crystal clear, but still adding stabil as a precaution.
Thanks for the replies, I do plan on scaling back on the numbers of fish once they get bigger. I am actually thinking of adding some red tropheus (not sure what kind yet) to add some color, will have to see though.
Thanks, I really love it, all it is is vinyl guttering with lava rock. I wanted to add some depth to it as i really didnt care for the striaght up and down wall so I went to a garden supply place and picked up some bigger pieces and used them. Word to the wise is spray paint the vinyl before hand (lesson learned) as the white will show really bad with the dark rock. Actually I spray painted the lava rock to to get the background to not be so red as all my small rock was the red lava rock.