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Xbox 360 SUPER rapid fire mod! Answered

Ok, so i want to do the rapid fire mod, and get money, but all of their controllers need an oscillating circuit, (the light isn't pulse modulated)
wanted to do this-> this one
but the numbers on the controller aren't lower then 24 this comment-> here

so, i turned to the internet, and found this website, and i wanted to know, will the circuit work if i put only one transistor?

thank you in advance!

Edit: i got this to work, included a diagram
i am keeping this forum topic so that other people can see what i did!


Ok, been dealing with this a few days and have seen this mod several different ways. Since I keep seeing the 5V in, am I assuming that this is a USB controller to run this since the battery type peak at about 3 volts (2.7 for the rechargeable ?)

Hi Alex, I don't get what you mean by 1K8 Ohm resistor, do you mean 1800 ohm or 1008 ohm, do you get what i mean, im confused could you please clear that up or explain what you mean, Than You

It looks as if you could if you cut out the left circuit (the left trigger is something different than firing) as long as u keep the ground so u can connect T2 it should work if u just cut off the T1 completley

ya, i built this, and it works, you can mod unmoddable controllers with it, it's awesome!

just go to radioshack, you can buy like 15 transistors for like $3

I'm buying a bunch of parts onliine for modding my friends controllers and transistors r way cheaper online in quantity so i jus wondered if u could substitute 2907's for 2905's

could you do a step-by-step for this? b/c im not the best at soldering or figuring out electronics diagrams...so could you message me a step by step? or put one up? kthx.

well if you can read schematics, i have one for you, all designed by me the 1uf capacitor should be switched out for a smaller one 0.01uf - 0.1uf, it will fire faster! don't mind the "+6volts" connect that to positive of the battery ground is negative, connect all ground thru a push button to the negative side of the battery "out to controller" goes to the center pin of the right trigger this mod only works for the right trigger there is not enough room in the controller, you will have to throw out one rumble motor that should be it...