Make sure the thermostat is good. I had one bad out of the box one time. From then on I always checked by putting the thermostat in a pot of boiling water and making sure it opened before installing. The few 3.3 head gasket failures I have seen have all been external, meaning the coolant was allowed to leak outside of the engine at the joint between the head and block. I have seen compression/exhaust leaking into the cooling system on 2.2's. You can detect it by using a tail pipe sniffer at the radiator cap opening. The 3.3's can be difficult to bleed. Make sure you have all the air out of the system.