Wow dude. You're gonna need to narrow it down more than that.
You've got your goal, 200 hp. Good.
Start off with a compression test. Find out what kind of shape your engine's really in before you decide on a possibly unnecessary rebuild, or add power that it can't handle and ruin it.
Then decide how you're going to attain this goal. There's 3 ways: naturally aspirated, nitrous, or forced induction. Now a d15b7 puts out 102 hp from the factory, so DOUBLING that output with a naturally aspirated set-up is probably very hard to do, and would be very expensive (you're talking top of the line header, individual throttle bodies, high comp. pistons/rods, etc.). Nitrous, on the other hand, is a VERY cheap way to add power. You'll have 100 hp in a bottle that you can access at any time. Or you could go with a turbocharged set-up, but you won't have an easy time reliably turbocharging a non-turbo engine for less than $1,000.
I've got a 93 dx with a jdm d15b vtec swap and the basic intake, header, test pipe, exhaust thing going for me right now, just gonna drop in a 75 whp shot for just over 200 hp at the crank