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oil will have coolant in it and look milky ! if headgasket[/QUOTE]

Not always. The gasket could be blown between cylinder and a water jacket allowing compression the enter the cooling system. This will cause the cooling system to overheat quickly but only while under a full load like racing. Jack up the front and bleed system like everybody says and then top off system. Start your rig and wait till it reaches operating temp while cap is off. have someone hold the throttle bout halfway and if you continue to see air bubbles surfacing that means compression is entering your cooling system, blown head gasket.
 
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