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Several points here:
1) we added energy conservation checks after version 9.5, so it's likely that even though you had no warning messages, you still had energy non-conservation
2) the Wilson abrasion model should not be used for incident energies below 70 MeV/nucleon (see https://geant4.cern.ch/support/proc_mod_catalog/models/hadronic/G4WilsonAbrasionModel.html), nor should it be used for d, t and alpha. It is only for G4GenericIon and even then the model was designed to work well only for medium to heavy nuclei. So it won't do a good job for 12C, for instance.
3) I suggest instead using the G4BinaryLightIon or INCL++ models.