Titan Triggers utilize custom-fitted thumbscrews that are inserted into modified factory spec triggers to eliminate the inherent over-travel of standard Xbox triggers. By eliminating over-travel, the triggers are stopped at the point of actuation, providing faster trigger response and improved feel. The thumbscrews also function as dynamic trigger extensions, allowing for a more comfortable grip on the controller and more positive engagement of the triggers.
How are Titan Triggers installed?
Installation of Titan Triggers is quick and easy, taking just a few minutes even if you have no prior experience modding a controller. See the Video page for installation instructions and a very helpful video tutorial showing just how easy it is.
Do Titan Triggers function in any controller?
Titan Triggers are specifically designed to replace the triggers in factory Xbox 360 controllers. They will also function in most aftermarket controllers, i.e. Madcatz, that utilize the same trigger design as factory Xbox 360 controllers.
What Xbox games are Titan Triggers for?
Titan Triggers are designed to improve play in online first-person shooters (FPS), such as Call of Duty,Battlefield, Halo, etc. Other game types may also benefit.
Are there games that won't work with Titan Triggers?
With the thumbscrews removed, Titan Triggers are essentially factory triggers and will function as such in all Xbox games. With the thumbscrews installed they will work in any game that does not require full travel of the triggers. Certain portions (mostly driving any type of motor vehicle) of FPS games may require full travel of the triggers and the thumbscrews will need to be removed.
How do I remove the funny looking screws in my controller shell?
The typical factory wireless Xbox controller utilizes (7) Torx T8 Security screws in the shell. The typical factory wired Xbox controller utilizes (7), less funny looking, #0 Phillips screws. Drivers for both screw types are available on the Purchase page at an extremely reasonable cost. The #0 Phillips driver should also be available at any local hardware store; the Torx T8 Security driver may be a bit more difficult to find.
I got mad and threw my controller and broke the thumbscrews, now what do I do?
Replacement thumbscrews are available on the Purchase page at a minimal cost. If you are a person who regularly throws their controller it's recommended you purchase some extras for every set of Titan Triggers you order to avoid interruptions in your gaming time.
Information specific to Battlefield 3:
Battlefield 3 utilizes a varying length-of-pull of the firing trigger for the weapons in the armory. What this means is that certain weapons in this game require the trigger to travel an incremental amount further than the trigger on other weapons. When the Titan Triggers thumbscrew is completely seated in the firing trigger this subtle difference will not allow these few weapons to fire. But do not fear, the thumbscrew on the firing trigger simply needs to be unscrewed just a little bit to allow the weapons to fire. Once set, the thumbscrew will stay in position and allow all weapons to fire properly. The trigger pull is still reduced significantly from the stock trigger and the benefit of the trigger extension is actually increased.
For players that frequently drive vehicles in multiplayer the use of Titan Triggers is not recommended as motor vehicles demand the full range of both triggers.
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