Daniel Shimp wanted more power in his 2004 Volkswagen Jetta Mk4 so he turbocharged the 2.0 L 8v inline-four. After the engine developed some issues he decided to replace it with a VR6. He tried to give away the turbocharged inline-four but no one wanted it. So it was about to be recycled when a friend suggested he install into their 1998 Honda Civic. The Civic was in pretty bad shape with a blown motor and his friend had no intention of repairing it. Daniel took the free Civic and built the project in six months. The 2.0 L AEG inline-four makes about 150-180 horsepower to the wheels on 7-8 psi of boost from a Garrett T28 turbocharger taken off a Nissan RB26 inline-six. The car also runs Jetta Mk4 wiring and electrical system, fuel tank, radiator, and motor mounts.