The bolt becming too warm probably isn’t the issue. If it were getting that hot (200 degrees c at least) you would also be getting a huge amount of heat transfer to the bearings, which would in turn be melting your extruder body.
What you might be running into instead is either lifting, overextrusion, or retraction related issues particularily if you are printing a honycomb infill pattern.
Lifting on a large print like that is often what scuttles them. the top layer only has to raise a very small amount before it can effectivly block the nozzle long enough for the fillament to strip out. Check your base and layers for any separation. if there is any, that might be the culprit right there.
Overextrusion is a bit harder to nail down. if you are printing something with a high level of infil and failing fairly far into the print, you might have the filliament diameter or even the extruder firmware esteps slightly off. When printing a very large object, that very small excess fillament builds up each layer. The first 40 layers are at the 95% infil you specified, but by layer 200 you are actually effectivly printing 100% infil, and as soon as it gets above 100% the nozzle starts having difficulty getting rid of the excess plastic and eventually blocks. If your printer prints fine on smaller prints but only has issues on larger prints and isn’t lifting at all, that might be what you need to look at.
the retraction issue is another one that is very hard to nail down, but I find it usually shows up when printing hexagon infil since the nozzle wants to retract on every single leg of the hexagon shape. If your infil has a bunch of short sharp retractions in a very small amount of space, the fillament basically gets sanded down to nothing. You can try adjusting your retraction rates to counter that, but I just avoid printing hexagon infil on large parts whenever I can.