Someone should probably take these scales away from me... After looking at the un-ballasted rough weight distribution, I decided that I wouldn't put the battery behind the passenger seat. Instead I chose to mount it in the "trunk" and save that area behind the seat for a ballast rack. After that was put in place, I just placed 200lbs of lead behind the rear tires. I will actually make a way to mount the ballast later, but this was to get an idea of how it shifts the weight. Pretty happy with how the balance is working out. Once the car is all said and done, I can't have more than 51% rear weight bias, so getting this close without a front clip, etc, and a lot more ballast to put in was a good start. I'm taking a week off from work soon and using it to get the car over the current hump and a big step closer to being a runner. Stay tuned.