Ed and I drove up to Summit Point raceway Saturday. Never had the rat X on any kind of long driver (little over an hour to get there) but it ran fine up and back. It was a dreary cloudy day and we hit fog going over the mountains... not great given I have no lights on the rat (just brake lights). I was getting terrible fumes on the car on decel, to the point I had to change my clothes when I got home because they stunk so much. Next day I decided to hook the crankcase vent to the air filter housing. When I popped the top off the sport filter I saw one of the filter base mounting studs laying in the bottom of the filter along with a spacer nut. Why those parts never ending up in the carb is beyond me. And we all know those damn studs pull out of any Weber so easy. Reinstalled the errant stud and spacer trying to figure out how tight is too tight and checked the other three. Finally decided to add some lights, the rear is no problem since I have the stock light assembly. For the front I decided to just install two Hella 500 fog lights which will be bolted to the bumper shock mounting tube. The purpose of the lights is more to be seen than to see, I don't plan on driving it at night. I'll post pics when Mr. Amazon brings them to my house. Back to the fumes, can our noses tell the difference between exhaust fumes and crank vent fumes? Hope to have tags and insurance on the 77X this week, it will feel strange to drive an X with full road equipment.