Cost prohibitive exercise illustrating the law of diminishing returns - cheaper alternative would be to simply trade/sell the FWD vehicle for an AWD variant. If AWD is truly desired, be prepared to give massive funds to a good mechanic, fabricator, tuner, and then realize the Frankensteined car could have made a very nice down payment on a luxury home.
That can only be answerd on opion's... If you try them both (AWD or FWD) you will be able to answer that question yourself. :)
Remove the fifth wheel
If they made the 1991 Talon in a 4wd model and you can get a donor car, then the price would be what the donor car cost plus hours of hard work. If they did not make this model in 4wd, the cost would be more astronomical. Add on They did make an awd 91 but you are looking into something that is nearly impossible. If you have the ability to put a fwd next to a awd you will see that the fwd isn't made to be a awd. Theres more trunk space in the fwd meaning you would need to modify a lot. If someone can prove me wrong then correct me.
That would require a massive modification of the vehicle. It would be much cheaper to just sell this car and buy a AWD.
AWD car usually have badges saying so on the trunk (audi quatto, bmw xi/x drive)If the car has front axles only it FWD, if it has half shaft in the rear also it is awd. The owner's manual should say also.
AWD = All Wheel Drive FWD = Front Wheel Drive
you take away the other 3 wheel functions and boom it is a first wheel drive
Answer depends upon the bolt pattern and offset for the donor and transplant vehicles. In some cases, AWD vehicles use traditionally FWD fitments, however some brands with traditional RWD layouts will have offsets capable of the deep dish look on their AWD variants.
No, they are FWD
v-tec b18 b16 is it AWD? no it is not awd its fwd and its non turbo