I edited the post above. I did not use the banjo burner high pressure regulator. Sorry. Brain fart. I went 3/4" pipe about 20' from the meter and another 15' of 3/4" hose to the stand. At the stand, I had 3/8" pipe to the burners (about 1--3 feet depending on the burner. Worked fine.
The difference is about 0.4 to 0.25 psi with versus without the pressure regulator. I have no idea what difference that will make. When I added the line for the garage, I went pretty big on the pipe to deliver as much volume of gas as I could. If you have time, try it without the regulator and see if it gets you a nice blue flame. Your pressure is pretty typical for household. I'm guessing it will work fine and put out enough power for at least a 15 gallon boil without the regulator, but if it does not, you can try the regulator to see if it helps.
With my current wok burners, there is no question but that it works fine going straight into the burner. Even the burners that are restricted by the ASCO valves put out a pretty good bit of flame. The unrestricted burner never gets run flat out.