An A pump can be used on a road application. It's a matter of how much power you plan on. That pump with an RQV governor is not all that common. The A pump can be modified to produce huge amounts of power but few if any ever go that route. You might get it up to around 200 HP without major changes. Depends on what turbo you have. Would likely want to change the governor springs to 3000 RPM to help with gear shifts. That is the same governor as found on the P7100 pump. That a pump likely only has 9.5mm plungers which will limit how much fuel it can pass to the injectors. The stock P7100 has 12.0mm plungers. That's a huge difference. Changing to a VE pump cost you between $2000 and $3000. You'd need the pump, lift pump, fuel plumbing, front drive gear, front gear housing, injection lines, and injectors. That adds up to a lot of money.