Posted on January 18, 2012 by Charles Parson

This is something I’ve been wondering about for a long time. I have had a nice stainless steel gas grill for several years. And it is nothing like the one in your Big Boss Grill review. I like the way it looks BUT I don’t like the way it cooks. It doesn’t seem to have enough BTU’s to really get hot enough for stuff like steak. BTW, I got it free, since ex-h’s company made the exterior covering. Is there any way to boost the heat?



I don’t like to give advice on modification of gas appliances.

I don’t believe there is an easy (and safe)way to boost BTU output, these grills have been engineered for best cooking with the equipment they come with, the regulator and gas jetting and air intake have had a lot of thought done on their design.

Cutting down the BTU output is a different story, you can use an adjustable regulator to get lower output (to some degree), however,
this can cause problems also, because the jetting and burner are not
designed for this lower pressure.

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