Id be pretty skeptical. If there was a way to "chip" the SVTF, the people on this board would have already posted about it.
I should have worded my question differently. There are companies that sell those "power programers" that you plug in to the obd2 port. So, if they can do that with other cars, why cant they do it with ours? Why is it so easy for those other power programers to work on other cars and trucks? I have seen them for trucks and cars. So, whats the deal with not being able to do that on our cars? Does Ford actually make an effort to keep any one from getting in to the computer besides Ford dealers?Umm... its because there is no slot for a chip. The only way to modify our ECU is through the ODBII port and that requires a complete reflash.
But, that being said, it is true that SuperChips is coming out with a product which allows you to custom tune the stock ECU. Meaning no need to purchase a standalone engine management system (pectel, etc). This is going to be HUGE.