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Unable to boot after running Multibeast

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Hi I'm finding Multibeast High Sierra is not working for me.
I've been building haxys since snow leopard and can usually solve any problems i run into, but i've been hacking at this for a week.
Unibeast is making a working H-S install (APFS) and all hardware is working after running Multibeast.
BUT... I just can't get either the UEFI or Legacy Bootloader to work.
I had suspected the Mobo, but last week i managed to make 1 disk that boots fine.
Since then i've been trying to reproduce the magic formula but to no avail.
Each time I try, an EFI partition is created and looks to have the correct files in it (compared to my working
High Sierra disk).
I've tried many different brands of SSD. I've checked the EFI partitions - which are FAT32, with a cluster size of 512.

I'm stumped so any help is appreciated.
Deatails:
macOS version: High Sierra (Installer v13.6.02)
MultiBeast version: 10.4.0
MultiBeast choices: tried each of the following:
Quick Start UEFI Boot Mode
Quick Start Legacy Boot Mode
All 3 Clover Bootloader options
Also tried free-standing Clover_v2.5k_r5102-UEFI-EmuNVR.pkg

Destination files system type: APFS
Attatched: (zipped)
MultiBeast.log contents
install.log contents

**please note the date on my system is set to 29th May 2018 to match the Install macOS High Sierra.app certificate**
 

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