It would depend on what you mean by editing all the factors.
Newtons laws state
1) an object will remain at equilibrium unless acted upon by an eternal, unbalanced force.
2) the object will accelerate in the direction of that force. the acceleration is directly proportional to the magnitude of the force, and inversely so to the mass of the object.
3) for every action, there will be an equal and opposite reaction.
Lets look at law 2 then.
When a force is applied, an object will accelerate, in the direction of the force.
As the amount of force is increased, the acceleration will increase as well. (ie. the speed gained will become more.) You can think of it as pushing a pencil along a desk, compared to smacking it across the desk.
As the mass of the object becomes greater, the acceleration will become smaller. You can think of it again with the pencil, but then go outside and try to push your car.
Now we have that out of the way, we can look at how to edit the law.
If you reduce the mass, a smaller amount of force is needed to achieve the same acceleration, or, the same amount of force would result in a much greater acceleration.
If once you have achieved a good speed, you again increase the mass, and with some hand waving preserve the speed, you will have enough momentum to keep the object moving fast for a long time.
Theres no plausible way i can picture where you can change the force that something creates, However you might be able to do something of modifying the parts about the directly proportional acceleration, into something exponential, which would lead to
If you modify the Proportional/inversely proportional part, into an exponential equation, and you modify the mass, you could effectively do something of (object mass of almost zero), times a large amount of force = massive acceleration ( which is increased due to an exponential amount, maybe in the order of 10, because why not.)
**so conclusion **
you are the basically taking a person, who would weigh in at 80kg, reduced to 0.00000....01, milligrams, and apply a force of say a pound of C4 explosive. the acceleration would be massive, and once the force has dissipated, you have changed the mass again to say 8000kg while keeping the speed, and therefore the momentum.