The clinical application of 4D flow is limited by its long acquisition time. Recently, sparse sampling and compressed sensing (CS) reconstruction have been combined with 4D flow to speed up the image acquisition. However, most of CS reconstructions are implemented offline with long reconstruction times, making them infeasible for use in clinical settings. We developed a highly accelerated 4D flow with CS and Respiratory Controlled Adaptive k-space Reordering (ReCAR) acquisition to enable a 3-minute aortic protocol with isotropic 2.5mm voxels and fast 5-minute inline reconstruction. Initial volunteer tests show a good match of flow quantification results with the conventional technique.