Hiya everybody, I got some issues here...

I've been searching loads of things about hackintosh and stuff everywhere but I couldn't find the answer for this..
My case seems to be so odd!

What I want to do is install Mountain Lion in the same drive as Windows 7 is installed (in a different partition obviously) and have dual boot with both.
I don't want to reinstall Windows or format anything in the drive (I already got a partition separated for Mountain Lion that can be formatted of whatever needed).
My drive is MBR and I'm using it in RAID with an SSD using the "Intel Smart Response Technology" (only for Windows, I suppose), and my MOBO has UEFI.
Another thing is that I don't have a Mac to use and prepare the USB drive (I'd prefer to install it from a USB drive).
(If REALLY necessary I can get to use my friend's Mac as a last resort..)


From what I've read my system should be compatible:

CPU: Intel Core i5 3450
MOBO: Asrock Z77E-ITX
VGA: MSI GTX 660Ti
RAM: 2 x 8GB Corsair Vengeance
HDD: 1.5TB Seagate (the main one) and 64GB Crucial M4 SSD (cache)


I need to have Mountain Lion just so I can use Logic Pro.. (I'm doing Music Uni)
And I can't live without Windows (Games and stuff)...

Is what I'm trying to do even possible?
If not, how can I make it work?
Any thoughts?

Thank you very much!