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Topic # 105884 13-Jul-2012 01:08
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Hey guys!



Info about the Controller:
Genuine WHITE controller that has got a 10 mode rapid fire, drop shot, jitter fire, auto aim, fast reload!! chip installed.

Controller Specs:
-10 Modes of rapid fire speeds
-Drop shot(All Call of Duty Games)
-Jitter Fire(All Call of Duty Games)
-Fast Reload(All Call of Duty Games except MW3)
-Burst Fire(All Call of Duty Games)
-Auto Aim(Zombies/Campaign only)

This is the NEW 5 VOLT ps3 controller, the old controllers are 3.7v, this means this controller will not need to be charged as often!

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Wanting to sell my 10 mode ps3 rapidfire controller. Its white, and condition is pretty good. only about 2weeks old, selling ps3 so no longer need controller.

THESE SELL FOR OVER $160!!


You can have it for $120, FREE SHIPPING - JUST PM me. Will put up on trade me if not sold here.

Cheers guys

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  Reply # 654876 13-Jul-2012 08:14
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Pictures?

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  Reply # 654891 13-Jul-2012 09:01
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So people are cheating on COD!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 654918 13-Jul-2012 10:14
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Just a warning.. I have heard lots of people getting banned from PS3 PFS for using these types of devices.




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  Reply # 654981 13-Jul-2012 11:57
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Its just a genuine white controller with a button at the back of it. I will post up pictures soon.

Whats PFS? :P

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  Reply # 654985 13-Jul-2012 12:12
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Genuine??? What does that mean?

I am sure Sony don't Chip/Hack their PS3 controllers  by default.

Why not advertise as a "Hacked/Chipped White Coloured PS3 controller for sale"

FPS = First Person Shooter (I made a typo of PFS b4)

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  Reply # 654987 13-Jul-2012 12:17
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Yeah, the warranty won't be covered. It'll be a genuine controller from say "mighty ape" for around $69 today with free shipping, custom fitted with a $10 eBay 10-mode Rapidfire chipset.

It'll void your warranty, so I'd say lower the price to less than a genuine one with warranty, or list it on Trademe?




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  Reply # 655137 13-Jul-2012 15:42
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Guys, these sell for $160 on trade me. And why would i call it a chipped controller, these have a name. Called Rapidfire controllers.

This is a genuine Sony controller, but it is modded. It has a chip in it. You cannot claim warranty on these from Sony, but i will provide a 60 day personal warranty.

I am saying genuine because you can buy fake controllers too. This is genuine from Sony.

xpd

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  Reply # 655605 14-Jul-2012 16:48
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And as VinneG said, $69 from Mightyape plus another $20 for the mod from the US.... this isnt TradeMe, even with your lower price users are savvy enough to look up the items and work out pricing etc... so your price still may not seem attractive especially second hand.




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