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Truck running Hot??

First, I want to thank eveyone for the help when I thought I blew the motor last time.Brian at BTS my hats off to you. I owe you big for staying on the phone and walking me thru everything.#7 injector and I found my IPR was bad and replaced it.
Now I have another issue.It started over flowing coolant out the fill tank on side of radiator.I started by flushing radiator and changing thermostat. I now still have it pressuring up that fill tank and over flowing.It has not ran hot.It will get warmer than normal ,but not Hot.It use to run around the R on the word normal now around the L.This is on the dummy gauge from factory.

Any Ideas what else to check? I also thought it could be a Head gasket is that possible?

1995 F350 XLT CC,AFE stage 2 ,3" Down pipe,4" Magnaflow Exhaust,custom Shackles,14" and 15" Atlas springs,54"Boggers,20"x14" wheels,2 1/2 ton rockwells w/ 6.72 gears,high rise steering,Tranny cooler,Shimmed FPR, gutted EBPV.Autometer gauges .BTS tranny with a PCS trans controller,Stage 2 injectors,Tony's Wildman 6 position chip.Pedal mod.HX hose,Banks intercooler.
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