TUT: Rapid Fire Sleeper and Programmer! Works with COD5

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 Hardware Customizations' started by Beezy 4 sheezy, Feb 15, 2009 with 107 replies and 22,247 views.

  1. Beezy 4 sheezy

    Beezy 4 sheezy Banned

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    How to make a Rapid Fire controller and the programmer!
    This tutorial will work with call of duty 5.
    Works on any controller!

    Stage 1:
    Building the Programmer
    Required:
    For the rapid Fire chip you must have a 12f683 8-bit chip. They can be bought online. Use google.

    Soldering iron 15-30W
    Solder
    30AWG wire
    N-channel MOSfet ( Bs170 or similar)
    Resistor 10K
    Resistor 22K
    Resistor 2.2k
    Leds 3-5MM (Optional)
    Socket 8 pin for the chip (recommended but optional RS232 (serial) female socket
    (also known a D69 or somthinng like that at radioshack)

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    OK that said here is the schematic for the programmer pretty straight Forward...Depending if you are going to use leds, i did...it tells you power and read/write...

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    Here is the one i made with slight modification to the diagram because i like to keep it neat...
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    Testing to see if it works
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    It works!!!!:smile: you only to to plug in the USB it test the Mosfet...

    Step 2: Programming

    Download and install the following... ( Beezy 4 sheezy's Upload)
    [Click here to view the link]


    Depending on the style of Rapid fire you want either

    1. Sleeper not cutting or drilling required the controller looks totally stock has 3 mode..
    • mode1= Halo 3 dual trigger
    • Mode2= Cod 5 WAW
    • Mode3= insane fast Cod4
    2. Rapidfire RF you have to install 2 buttons one for each trigger (only to change mode you will not actually use it to fire) .This one has the ability to enable/disable rapidfire on each trigger independently...you can also have different moded in bot triggers at once, eg..
    Left Trigger Halo3 speed, Right trigger Cod4 speed,
    Left trigger Cod5 speed right trigger halo3 Speed, so on and son on...
    • Mode1= Halo3 speed
    • Mode2= Cod5 Speed
    • Mode3= Cod4 speed fast
    • Mode4=cod4 Ultrafast
    of once you have got the above programs installed ...
    Open Win PIC make sure your programmer in connected...

    you might have to choose English from the second last menu item thing at the top...
    go to

    Settings>Hardware>
    Choose JDM Programmer and Select your com port and select APPLY...Test hardware by pressing (Ctrl+T)

    Now You are ready for programming...Make sure you have Pic12F683 selected at the top right hand corner.

    Open the Hex File (File>Open), (either RapidfireRF.hex or Sleeper.hex) depending on the style you are going to be modding it...

    Then simply got to.
    Device>Program All ( ctrl+P )

    DONE now You are Ready to Put it in your Controller

    Stage 3: Installation
    Sleeper Install
    OK First Determine if you have a matrix or CG Controller...
    Wire according to this diagram
    Resistor Not Required. (the 1k OHM) Both controllers it just protects the led from not burning out in the long run)


    CG Sleeper

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    Matrix Sleeper
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    Rapid Rf install


    oK if you have decided to do the Rapid rf install here is how you wire the Controller........

    If you have a CG controller
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    If you have a Matrix Controller
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    You can Thank Me for the codes If you want since I really don't see them anywhere else.:smile:
    Just for the best site on the Net. - Beezy
    Got this from xbox-scene and is NOT my tut just revised it.


     
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  2. Noupoi

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    Nice...
     
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  3. OP
    Beezy 4 sheezy

    Beezy 4 sheezy Banned

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    Yeah thanks. I know the code is like super hard to find so makes it all the better!
     
  4. Aaron1006

    Aaron1006 Newbie

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    Nice guide, but what is N-channel MOSfet ( Bs170 or similar), I searched radioshack and found nothing on it.
     
  5. xJudas

    xJudas Enthusiast

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    :thumbup: Very awesome, explains everything perfectly. I might consider modding my controller again
     
  6. DMPM

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    good tut, i would mod if i wasn't scared of braking...
    Whats the cheapest wired controller out there? (doesn't have to be microsoft) PM me if u got any ideas.
     
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    Beezy 4 sheezy

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  8. silvercookie

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    definitly gonna try this tommorrow.
    thanks a bunch.
     
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  10. jimlfixit

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    guys instad of makin the programmer save yourself hassle by just buying a ready made jdm pic programmer. loads on ebay
     
  11. OP
    Beezy 4 sheezy

    Beezy 4 sheezy Banned

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    Okay. There 15$ on ebay including shipping... Also wouldnt you need an adapter?
    Who really has a rs323 slot on there computer?
    So really your spending about 30$. Cause there 15 on tiger.

    You know if you want you can buy one. It cost about7$ to get the parts from radoshack. Or you can buy one already made for 15. It really doesnt matter.
     
  12. jimlfixit

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    you use the serial port on your motherboard. no need for a seperate adaptor as you would use the onboard zif or dil socket. most mobo's even some of the newer ones have a serial port.
     
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    Beezy 4 sheezy

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  14. ABKx AuToMaTiC

    ABKx AuToMaTiC Enthusiast

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    i know how u feel, when i moded mine i thought i was breaking it the entire time
     
  15. warbo96

    warbo96 Enthusiast

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    hello, would this be easy for a novice, i havent modded much apart from painting my controller

    Warbo96:biggrin:
     
  16. Aaron1006

    Aaron1006 Newbie

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    Hey would this one work, anyone know? It's only like $8

    [Click here to view the link]

    If not can someone find another one on Ebay that would work for me? Seems like it would save a lot of time to just buy one , thanks in advance if anyone can help.
     
  17. OP
    Beezy 4 sheezy

    Beezy 4 sheezy Banned

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    No,
    [Click here to view the link]

    Well it should be. When you get done with the programmer you would be good enouph for a controller.
     
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  18. Aaron1006

    Aaron1006 Newbie

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    Also where does the chip go on the controller once all wires have been soldered on? Does it just set somewhere, or does it required to be soldered or glued on somewhere as well?
     
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    Beezy 4 sheezy

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    Oh my bad it Ignore the installation on teh picture cause they use a deffernt code. But the chips is always on the same spot on any controller. [​IMG]
     
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  20. Aaron1006

    Aaron1006 Newbie

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    Thanks, but also does it just set in place?