Well after $1100 of labor costs I have figured out what the problem was, well combination of little problems.
The owner of accurate dyno tune in Sherwood park , AB solved this issue.
Ac pump timing - even though it looked good to me and tech at honda dealership, it was too slow. I don't have the specs on exactly what timing is but it starts squirting as soon as slide starts moving. He said possibly hitting the slide just a bit.
Ac pump spring - the merge - looks like either me or honda tech ( not sure if he moved it) put this spring in improperly. Rookie move I guess. It seemed really tight to me but I guess it still could get into a tighter position.
Fine tune - he adjusted the leak, fuel screw, idle properly.
Then I got a dyno test on it. Trying to ensure its going to be good for the Baja 1 K coming soon. It's hard to predict with our current elevation, humidity and temp but looks like I should raise needle clip one. Looks lean in the beginning, but he didn't point this out as a big deal.
Ill post dyno results if I can. 50 rwhp.