What hacked firmware? Do you really want some hacked firmware or are you looking for a way to recover your drive? If the latter, try the DOS procedure provided by BTC at http://www.drvupdate.com/liveupdate/setup/userguide/LiveUpdate-UserGuide.htm#Flash%20Failure%20Recovery
Remember, when they say DOS, they mean REAL DOS, not a DOS window. You'll need a boot floppy or a CD that will boot into DOS.
If the above doesn't work, other users have posted that the BTC technical folks helped them recover from a failed flash operation. You might try calling them.
Other recovery procedures have been posted here in the past. Try searching through the BTC forum for procedures using the DOS flash program MTKFlash (or MKTFlash). Follow the procedure precisely.
Whatever you do, don't attempt to use firmware for a model other than the one you own. Some other drives are similarly (USB1008, USB1108, 1108IM, etc.) named, but the firmware may (or may not) be very different.
If you are simply looking for a "hacked" firmware, you need to ask yourself "Why?". Most flashes aren't needed. In general, flashes offer little more than an unnecessary risk with the advantages limited to having the latest and greatest. Some flash updates do provide "fixes" or in some way improve the machine but most flash releases do nothing more than offer write strategy updates for new media. If your current firmware works OK with the media you use, then there is no reason to flash. Nada. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.