Switched to GRBL - overburn

Switched from Marlin to GRBL, good power scale is from Marlin, toasty over burn from GRBL. What do I have set wrong?
$0=10
$1=255
$2=0
$3=21
$4=0
$5=0
$6=0
$10=1
$11=0.020
$12=0.002
$13=0
$20=1
$21=0
$22=1
$23=27
$24=500.000
$25=2000.000
$26=250
$27=3.000
$30=1000
$31=0
$32=1
$100=100.000
$101=100.000
$102=400.000
$103=100.000
$104=100.000
$110=7200.000
$111=7200.000
$112=400.000
$113=7200.000
$114=7200.000
$120=400.000
$121=400.000
$122=200.000
$123=400.000
$124=400.000
$130=530.000
$131=385.000
$132=120.000
$133=600.000
$134=600.000
$140=135.000
$141=135.000
$142=135.000
$143=135.000
$144=135.000
$150=0.000
$151=0.000
$152=0.000
$153=0.000
$154=0.000

What did you use for max power in your test, and did you set light burn device settings to reflect the 1000 in your firmware. In may be that marlin has a max power limit in it that grbl does not. Would need to see the light burn file you used to cut it to see if perhaps something is messed with the power arrays.

Resolved my issue, stupid of me I tried the Kenny Hack at the same time I upgraded my firmware, the baking soda is making the wood burn - I guess I used to much? Tried two pieces of untreated wood and everything works as it should.