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I don't think you are going to be able to do what you are thinking, due to the fact that the ECM controls individual coils on the 1.8T, and one coil with wasted spark on the 2.0- you can't tie ALL the signal wires from the 1.8T together.
Have you considered using the 1.8T head on the 2.0 block? Or going with the Neuspeed supercharger kit for the 2.0?
So on the 2.0 coil- T6 is the connector, the pins are as follows-
2,3,4,5 are the feeds from the ECM for cylinders 1,2,3,4.
pin1 is ground, pin 6 is the power supply, also feeds the ECM (coming from the ECM power supply relay)
On the 1.8T, pins 2 and 4 on each connector both go to a different ground circuit.
Pin 1 is the feed from the power supply relay, also feeds the ECM
So pin 3 on each connector is the feed from the ECM.