Someone posted a while back about running the rear shocks on the front of the arms ala RDX. I just did a test fitting, and this is easily done, with little hacking.
Basically, you can flip the upper bulkhead/shock tower mount 180*. A small amount of the bulkhead must be removed to fit. You are removing approximately 4mm/.158 " from the bottom of the bulkhead, from the side that the shock tower mounts to. The bulkead should look bisymetrical from the side. That is it for the bulkhead.
Just reverse mount everything. The rear arm will need a new droop screw hole.
There is a small circle molded into the top of the arm across from the droop screw hole. That circle would be nearly perfect for drilling a hole to fit a 3mm screw. Maybe shift it slightly to get more meat.
The sway bar can mount on the transmission bulkhead, on the 2 rear screws of the four 3mm screws holding the layshaft and spur down. The bar runs thru the belt.
So all you need to do is a little dremeling, ans drill 2 holes. Super easy.
I will try this out as soon as I can, but here is what Keith Billanti said when he did the same thing to his JRXS:
It also adds about 2-3mm to the wheelbase (ends up approx. 260mm), which could be helpful for foam tire racing. This is easily counteracted by shimming if needed.
I'll try to post pics when I can.