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Control Stick Mods (Notches)


Shield Drop Notches - We make notches in the controller's analog stick opening at the right point to make sure you hit that perfect shield drop.

WaveDash Notches - A lot of people didn't know there are longer and shorter lengths ie: Reddit post from that link you can see it in action here: WaveDash Lengths. What we do is create those specific notches to ensure max and min wavedashes. When ordering this mod with shield drops there might be an issue with one side not having the notch.

SweetSpot Notches - Ever get stuck under Battlefield as Fox/Falco? Our sweetspot notches can help you fix that. Here is a video helping explain the sweetspot: YouTube Link.


Better Stickboxes or Greasing


We change the C-Stick and the Analog's Stickboxes to help with dash dancing problems. This also helps with the jumping turn around laser problem spacie mains have. We can also grease the stickbox for similar results.


Button Mods (Lowering Height)


At MultiShine we're all about tech skill and fast inputs so we shave down those buttons to the perfect height for you to make inputs as fast as possible while making the controller feel better when spamming tech skill!


Lessen Trigger Strain*


Inside of the Shoulder Button's housing is a rubber plate at the bottom that reaches the motherboard of the controller to tell the controller you are doing an input. We make small incisions to that plate to lessen the strain on your fingers pushing down to reach that input which also results in a faster input. *Our controllers are NOT a replacement for Hand Stretching.


Trigger Mod (Removal)


Simply put we remove the spring, making the trigger have a fast input but it will be fully lowered and again no option for light shielding.


Trigger Mod (Cut)


Similar to the removal we cut the spring to have a faster input than original but you get to keep light shielding. This can lower the trigger a little bit.


Trigger Mod (Cut 75%)


This will be the same input as removal but with a little extra spring to make sure your triggers don't move around.