Is a new engine part for $2,500?

If you’re looking for a cheap, new engine replacement, you might have to consider a $2.50-a-part fuel injection system.

The AFR’s story has been picked up by other publications, but the story has not been shared by mainstream media outlets like the New York Times.

So how does a $1,500 engine fix a $40,000 car?

In theory, you can use an engine-specific fuel injection kit for $50 to $70 a pop.

In practice, you’d need a complete engine overhaul to get the job done.

That’s why the cheapest parts would have to be found at automotive retailers or from your local mechanic.

Fuel injection is the process of injecting fuel into the fuel cell to accelerate combustion.

A high-quality injector like the JG-814E or JG7-2E is what makes these parts cheap.

If you’re an enthusiast who’s looking to buy a high-end car, a JG814 or JZ-8 will cost you about $300 to $500.

You’d need to replace the injector in your car with one that has a higher horsepower rating.

A JG6-1E injector is about $80, but there are also options like the H-V1 or the G8-1, which are about $150 to $200 a piece.

You could also try the $100-plus-a