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It shouldnt have any negative effects , sounds like you have plenty of filtration going on for that setup.For your 33 gallon, you could add a bunch of plants to help you cycle along the way.As mentioned already , time and patience followed by the 'natural process' is whats best.
 

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It shouldnt have any negative effects , sounds like you have plenty of filtration going on for that setup.For your 33 gallon, you could add a bunch of plants to help you cycle along the way.As mentioned already , time and patience followed by the 'natural process' is whats best.
I agree. Sounds like you have plenty of filtration for the other tank anyways :)
 

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Moving an established filter to a new tank with new water is fine. I've done this lots of times. The only thing you have to make sure is to not add too much fish too fast.
Start with a few fish and observe their behavior and tank params, then add little bit more. Also do around 2 WCs per week for 2-3 weeks and then slow down to 1 WC per week.

Plants certainly help a lot and would advice to move some plants from you other tanks if you have any.
 
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