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  1. How long did it take to overheat? I'm going to address the silencer at this point.
  2. Your probably right. I'm still learning. What do you think about driving with silencer off and back cover off? If it don't over heat then it might help narrow it down? Thanks for the help
  3. OK. Was going to drive fox without silencer to see if it would overheat. Best I can tell it is homemade and hollow. Took back cover off and observed ware on the edge of the blower motor belt. Thought of test run with cover off to see if it would not overheat.
  4. After removing the silencer guard I tapped on the silencer and it sounds hollow. Could that be a problem?
  5. I guess I remove the muffler/silencer and drive it.
  6. How do I know correct/stock muffler from repro?
  7. This time I didn't stop at 205 degrees only being a couple miles from home. It rose to 220 when I stopped and was boiling when I shut it off. Then went to 250 not running. It lost only a few drops of anti freeze. Does this mean anything?
  8. On the last test run after approximately 10 miles it reached 200 degrees and I stopped. The radiator covers were very hot. The engine covers were only warm.
  9. I had radiators checked and all is good. Is it possible of a bad pressure relief valve.
  10. no. My plan is to remove the 2 radiators and send them to a shop to have them roded. Thanks
  11. Thank you all for the feed back I will try the suggestions.
  12. I will check anti freeze ratio. How do I bleed air?
  13. Located in Michigan, US. Takes about 10 miles of 50 mph and it over heats. as it did for previous owner. Had a mechanic drill a little hole in the thermostat like the original but didn't fix it. Lots of anti freeze.
  14. Why does my fv721 fox overheat at about ten miles?
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