sherline 8-axis mill & emc2 setup

Hello All,
I'm in need of a little help. I have recently purchased Sherline 8- axis CNC Mill with the fourth A (rotary) axis. I have the mill working
with emc2. However, the only way I can get the mill to work properly is to run my paths at 40% of the original feed rate.
I'm curious if anyone out there has gotten emc2 to run with the same mill without having to override the feed rate. If you have could you please share your configuration settings with me.
The stepper motors used on the mill are the Minebea-Matsushita 23KM- K035-62V No. T7X19-01. The driver box for the mill is the one that shipped with the mill and computer http://www.sherline.com/8760pg.htm
These are the settings I'm using for the emc2 config: Machine info:     Step Time: 6000     Step Space: 1000     Direction Hold: 24000     Direction Setup: 20000     Parport Base Address: 0x378     Latency test result: 15000
Parallel Port Setup:     Pin1: ESTOP Out     Pin2: X Direction     Pin3: X Step     Pin4: Y Direction (inverted)     Pin5: Y Step     Pin6: Z Direction (inverted)     Pin7: Z Step     Pin8: A Direction     Pin9: A Step     Pin10 through Pin17: Disabled     Include custom PyVCP Panel: (unchecked)     Include custom HAL configuration: (checked)
X Y and Z Axis Configuration     Motor Steps per revolution: 200     Driver Microstepping: 4     Pulley teeth: 1:1     Leadscrew Pitch: 20 rev/in     Maximum Velocity: 1 in/s     Maximum Acceleration: 30 in/s2     Home location: 0     Table travel: -6 to 6
A Axis Configuration:     Motor Steps per revolution: 200     Driver Microstepping: 4     Pulley teeth: 1:1     Leadscrew Pitch: 20 rev/in     Maximum Velocity: 1 in/s     Maximum Acceleration: 30 in/s2     Home location: 0     Table travel: -6 to 6
If anyone can help me out with this I would greatly appreciate it! As it is right now the mill is so slow it is almost unusable. Thank you in advance!
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