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FWD Conversion?

I have a 1990 Prelude S, running a B20A3....not much power lol. Im clearly looking to get a new engine, just wondering what kind of possibilities im open to for turning it into a RWD or AWD car.... any input would be alright. I love the 3rd gen lude just not the biggest fan of the FWD.
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costs wayy too much

just buy a WRX for AWD, or miata for RWD.
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ahem anyways.. a little SPEEDier method is stay with FWD and get a h22
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