Noob here, building a Suzuki Swift ('94) for sprints, hillclimbs, Targa West, motorkhana, and the occasional track day/circuit racing. Using mid mounted Suzuki Hyabusa engine driving the rear wheels,( and haven't totally dismissed the idea of lashing the cash on a Sprintex) . . . . What I'm after is racers thoughts on suspension setup/configuration etc. The weight distribution is so completely different from a front engined FWD car,that I don't reckon the commercially available suspension componentry will work with mid engine geometry ? or I might be completely fucking wrong ! Anyone got any thoughts on the subject ? I'm running (obviously) the 'Busa sequential 6 speed box, with a Quaife chain-drive diff (converted to 2" Gilmer belt ? ? ? ) with a Pro-Motive reverse gear box, but from there on, it's all up to me. I plan on loosely basing the subframe setout on the Z Cars universal unit. Thoughts on driveshafts, brakes, wishbones/trailing links, coilovers etc welcomed . . . and then we go to the front ! I'm hoping for about 50/50 weight distribution ultimately. Fabrication is no problem, it's what I do, and I've been building my own race motorcycles for years, including Australian Safari bikes etc, so I build shit STRONG ! Any advice/ input appreciated.