Your Mustang is 9 years old, Ford has it would seem learned to write and include plenty of written notification in the owners manual as to there "OUT, EXCUSE OF LIABILITY".In a word NO.
FOMOCO would have to prove the tune caused the failure to occur.
I have had a flash tune in my 2004 MACH1 since it had 59 miles on it. It has been in the shop for 3gear going out in the trans 3 times all covered by warranty and never was even asked about it. Also had an SLP chatted x pipe and BORLA cat back setup and my K&N FIPK intake on it EVERYTIME I took it in to the dealer.
Heck the 2nd time it was in they had it over two weeks and I was checking on it daily. Meet the regional ford rep one day and got to talking with him and in my "complaining" about 2nd time in for trans and long repair time he EXTENDED my WARRANTY to 5yrs 60k miles for FREE!
Yup, that pretty much sums it up in a nutshell. And Ford has much deeper pockets than most retail customers have at their disposal. Hell, you don't even have to modify your vehicle to not be covered. Ford only needs to claim you abused the vehicle in some fashion, say "Operating on an Off-Road"..... it moves on to who has the deepest legal pockets for fight to win. I can see two winners in the end, Ford and your attorney....
Ummmm, you excavated a thread from August of 2013 for links that have been discussed on here that don't relate to the F-150 EcoBoost . . .This is a lead to a possibility for a solution. ProCal, Professional Engine Calibrations for Cold Air Kits and Superchargers - Ford Racing Performance Parts
Fords press release. https://media.ford.com/content/ford...rmance-starts-with-ford-ecoboost-engines.html
. I'm gonna call to check warranty on Monday. I'll keep you posted. If anyone has anymore info about this let me know.