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I think that while a P-pumped engine is proven to work great for all-out performance, an electronic common-rail system has more potential, to be streetable with just as much performance.
If you want to talk about P-pumping the 7.3 then that another topic. To keep things clear this should be about a common-rail engine only.
It would also be helpful if someone could get some pictures and dimensions of the 7.3, d-max, and cummins injectors side-by-side.
On the dodges the injection system is external, then runs through a fitting in the head and then back into fuel lines to the injectors. This is just so the injectors can be under the valve cover. That would probably be the way to plum the 7.3.
On the P-pump powerstrokes what did they do for injectors?