I am going ahead with the build..
Behind my background will be 2- 1/2" cpvc tubes.. One supplying 2 jets and the single tube supplying a single jet. At the top of my tank where the pipes coalesce will be a barb fitting for a 3/4" silicone tube coming from a sump (yet to be made, trying to get BG in first).
So, 3/4 silicone tubing to branch into 2 -1/2" cpvc then one branches into 2 again for total of 3 jets.
I was wondering if 200-300gph pump was too much or not enough?
I have a 55g with 1/2" cpvc and a Rio 2100 (692gph). I have one long pipe running along the front of the tank with 4 jets. The Rio is hooked up to one end of the pipe. The jet(s) closest to the pump are stronger, and the ones further away are not as strong. Having said that, the Rio 2100 seems to be doing a great job.. not too strong.[/img]
Have you considered closed loop? Water will seek the path of least resistance.
Make your first loop continous, sort of like a doughnut. That should help equalize internal pressures some. Where you have the elbow on the left, place a tee, and where you have the 50% baffle place another tee for the jet and to complete the loop. :thumb: