Monotube Construction is very stable with more oil capacity and better heat dissipation than twin tube dampers. The large main piston gives quick, accurate damper response and the divider piston separates oil and gas, eliminating cavitation which causes noise, sloppiness, and loss of traction. We use large diameter shafts better displace fluid inside the damper body and give extremely high, low-friction side-load support unmatched by shocks inverted and converted for strut applications.
Orifices allow for precise hydraulic control of damper oil through the main piston. Utilizing orifices introduces the ability to have a wide operating range, avoiding pesky re-valves, consistency in damping adjustment per click, and virtually eliminates fatigue with usage.
We’ve developed our damper technology over the last 28 years in the highest echelons of professional Motorsport. With active involvement in racing, we understand the peculiarities and technicalities of the sport and utilize our experience to continuously refine our systems. Simply put, we “get it”!
We have a broad range of damper systems available, ranging from a single adjustable system, to a triple adjustable system with remote reservoirs. No matter which MCS system you choose, you can expect to achieve faster lap times, better tire wear, and a system that will grow with you as both driver and car progress.
1 Way Non-Remote
Well-mannered on the street and capable of making higher-rate springs feel comfortable.
2 Way Non-Remote
Double-adjustable damper with a unique adjustment mechanism for easy access and fast changes
Features compression and rebound adjustment over a wide range, specific to each vehicle’s specific requirements.
The MCS 3-Way damper is the ultimate damper for professional racers or anyone that demands ultimate performance.
Our systems are used for everything from street cars to the highest levels of professional sports car racing. Whether you are looking to develop more mechanical grip in your race car, or make your sports car both more comfortable and better performing, MCS dampers will deliver. Each user will have a different use for their vehicle, their goals will differ, and the ancillary components that make up the rest of your suspension system will differ, too.
MCS does not offer pre-packaged coilover or clubsport kits. We function on a model where spring rates, lengths, and top mounts are carefully selected after consultation from both MCS and its dealers, ensuring that you as the consumer receive a system that will best suit your needs.
By eliminating coilover and clubsport kits, we are able to maintain a larger inventory of machined components that make up our damper systems, which reduces our cost of goods, allowing us to share these savings with you by reducing the retail price of our damper systems.
Each user will have a different use for their vehicle, their goals will differ, and the ancillary components that make up the rest of your suspension system will differ, too. MCS and its dealers take several variables into consideration when building your package, ensuring your expectations are not only met, but exceeded.
A product is only as good as the team that stands behind it. MCS believes that support is as important as the performance of our dampers, and this starts with us and is carried out through our dealer network.
MCS and its dealers provide consultation. We can help you choose a damper system that will fit within your budget, class rules, and goals.
Your dealer will help you choose spring lengths & rates, top mounts, and any other ancillary component to pair with your dampers. This ensures that your coil-over package is built with your specific goals in mind.
Your dealer will ship all of the parts to you. Most MCS dealers can build-up your coil-over assemblies ahead of time. Your dealer and MCS can provide baseline settings for the dampers and damper setup support. Lean on us to get your damper system dialed in.
We understand that shopping for a damper system can be an overwhelming task. We’re here to support you and that starts first with helping you to choose the most appropriate damper system for your use.Get Started