Hondas are great little cars, most of us here are here because of the fuel efficient smiling cars that are raging through our neighborhoods, school parking lots, and shhh... down an illegally sanctioned drag strip. So Stephen Papadakis is running a RWD Civic setup, which I feel is leaving the traditional Honda Civic boundries and pretty much making it a killer machine. Now there are plenty of geniuses around here. Lets say you were tired of the FWD and you wanted some good drifting or better winter capability... how would you transfer your Civic/Teg to a RWD (not for winter!) or an AWD beast? My thoughts were: 1-Gas tank is definately in the way... a racing unit in the trunk? 2-CR-Vs use AWD and the B20 (for CRVTEC) is a powerful combo. 3-CR-V transmissions aren't meant to have the shit stomped out of them, I'm sure, so how do you hook up a 200~240+ whp FWD civic motor to an AWD tranny that may only make it 10 miles before it goes cappooey. Any ideas? I live in Iowa and my Daily Driver Civic sucks in the winter, I test drove a 2.5RS subey and loved it though... AWD EK or DC would be nice though.. gimme some input good or bad.