Frequently Asked Questions


Are modded controllers legal?

Yes, modded controllers are perfectly legal and have never been forbidden by any gaming company. In fact, two controllers, Rapid Fire and Turbo, have been around for over two decades.

What kind of controllers do you use?

We strictly use Sony and Microsoft products that are new and genuine. They're purchased only from legitimate distributors in the UK.

Can I get my XBOX LIVE or PSN-Online account banned for using a modded controller?

Not at all. Our Stealth Technology Feature ensures that our controllers are perfectly safe to use when gaming online.

What types of games are the controllers compatible with?

Our controllers have been tweaked for the Call of Duty and Battlefield game series, but will work with all shooting games. Disabling the modchip function will let you use the controller with any game.

How long will my controller take to arrive?

Controllers are promptly dispatched within 24 hours of receipt of your order. It should arrive generally between 2-3 business days. If you're in Europe or ROW, it can take 7-14 business days.

Does the XBOX controller sync with the XBOX 360?

The controller will sync as normal with your XBOX console. With a PS3 controller, you can connect using a USB cable.

How can I get in touch with Modded Controllers?

You can contact us by visiting our 'Contact Us' page on the top navigation panel.


 Rapid Fire

What is Rapid Fire?

Rapid Fire is used to convert semi and non-automatic weapons into fully automatic weapons. All of our Razorback Modchips include Rapid Fire.

How do I use it?

Using Rapid Fire is an easy process. First you must activate the modchip by tapping the on/off button. From there, select your desired Rapid Fire mode. You can fire using the Right / Left Trigger, or both, and the modchip will do the rest!

Can Rapid Fire be Blocked?

No. Our modchips come standard with a patch evasion technology that prevents the blocking of Rapid Fire.

What games is Rapid Fire compatible with?

Rapid Fire works with all First Person Shooter's. Some games, like the Call of Duty and Battlefield series, will work best, but you will see a change in the rate of fire no matter what game is being played.