Was getting frustrated how long a GE XL44 large burner took to boil water, so I took a leap and drilled out the orifice spud a little bigger to let more gas through and on first try, failed, ಠ_ಠ the flame got bigger but ran out of oxygen and the tips turned tan and blackened pan bottom.
So, off to do research on replacement orifice spuds ($3.00) each, and noticed that the "smallest" replacement (Natural Gas) spud spec, is only .13 mm bigger than the largest propane spud. (.94 propane) or (1.07 Natural gas).
So I purchased both just to give it a shot, and the NG spud (.13 larger) worked great, matter of fact, outstanding! puts the large burner flame out to around 8 inches and boils water really fast.
Cross reference your range spuds across different models in the same series to find bigger jets. Or use parts site that will tell you other ranges that use the same spuds
TLDR- if you want to goose up a gas range cook-top, you can go (.13 mm) bigger in the spuds to... keep reading on reddit ➡