Hey everyone, I have a 1985 XJ 700 Maxim X that I’ve been working on. I finally got it running but once it ran for about 5-10 minutes it died out and won’t restart. If I try again once the engine is cold it starts on the first crank. Things to note: It started from a cold start and idled around 1000-1500 rpms which I consider normal. After about 2-3 minutes it picked up to 2000-2500 rpms and stayed there for about 5 more minutes before returning to regular idle and quickly dying out afterwards. I immediately checked spark to see if the coils were the issue. I had plenty of spark. I believe it to be a fuel issue. I have fuel in the bowls and I turned the valve to prime and still couldn’t get it to fire. My idea is that it’s getting too hot and cooking the fuel before it reaches the cylinders. Thoughts?